Based on the 1961 film of the same name, 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' follows Admiral Harriman Nelson (Richard Basehart) and his crew in their underwater explorations aboard the futuristic nuclear submarine USOS Seaview. Having a secret mission to defend the planet from every kind of threat, Nelson and the Seaview crew battle nefarious adversaries such as Cold War enemies, sea monsters and aliens in this gloriously over-the-top projection of the not-so-distant future.
Can you spot these actors in disguise?
Try to guess the classic series from one picture from the credits roll.
Clock in to this quiz to guess the 9 to 5 job of your favorite TV characters.
How well do you know your Hollywood canines?
How well do you know the homes of your favorite TV characters?
We bet we can tell which TV character best matches your personality.
We give you one frame, you have to guess the show. Good luck!
Let's see if we can find it out based on 10 simple questions.
We show you a picture of TV children. You name their daddy.
Show us how much you know about your favorite TV stars. Can you spot the lie among the truths?
Remember when there were only three TV networks to choose from?
Do you remember what came after the closing credits?
Does Andy, Gilligan, or Lucy have the higher rating?
See how well you know your vintage science-fiction television.
Is your mom more like a Carol Brady or Thelma Harper?
How well do you pay attention to your favorite TV shows?
Are you more of a Fonzie, Hawkeye, Marcia or Kojak?
Do you know which series finales had the higher ratings? The answers may surprise you!
Who appeared more on your favorite TV shows? The answers may surprise you!
Do you remember where your favorite TV families lived?
Can you guess which show premiered first?
The stars have aligned to tell you which '60s TV character you resemble the most.
Do you know which show has an episode titled, "The Prince of Tomato Juice?"
We give you two actors, and you guess which one towers over the other.
We give you two shows, you guess which one lasted more seasons. Some of these iconic shows definitely should have lasted longer.
Which show featured a murder that involved a kleptomaniac gorilla?
We show you a letter 'B' from a title screen. You name the television series. Easy!
We show you a letter 'A' from a title screen. You name the television series. Easy!
We give you two shows, you guess which one had the higher ratings.
Time-traveling trains and robot cops!
The iconic spacecraft has a fascinating history, from Lake Powell to Malibu to…?
Some had superpowers, some inexplicably held office for decades. We salute this handful of memorable fake leaders.
…and we never even knew it.
Wonder Woman and the Hulk are easy. Good luck with the rest.
We ranked our top three favorites. Now you vote on who should win.
Can you imagine Batman versus… Ol' Blue Eyes?
You might be surprised to see which ones were on top.
Which television actor is from your state?
A remake of Irwin Allen's classic sci-fi show will hit Netflix in 2018.
Which actor do you think was the ultimate Ape Man?
There was far more than cartoons on offer. The networks served up a kooky kaleidoscope of comedy, puppets and sci-fi.
The small screen has long been home to heroes, from Mr. Terrific to Manimal.
Take a disaster, add an exclamation point, and you have an ideal 1970s TV movie.
The 1960s sci-fi series has ties to Star Wars, John Constable, baseball and Larry King.
In the future, roller disco will be seen as a traditional folk dance.
The pint-sized versions of these classic TV sets almost look too good to be true.
Ever wonder what the critics thought of Batman, Star Trek and more? These 50-year-old hot takes might surprise you.
Burt Reynolds and David Carradine could not make these shows a hit. Did any deserve a second chance?
Mayberry, Metropolis and 'Star Trek' have a lot more in common than you think.
Do you remember these top TV moments of the '70s?