The 70′s were a long time ago. However, a lot of us remember the shows that aired in the late 50′s and early 60′s.
I’m sure you’ve seen the shows that aired in the late 50s and early 60s. There’s something so cool about the 70s. For me, it’s the sense of style that seems to only come in the late 70s. Of course, I’m thinking mostly of the era of the ’70s musicals.
I just watched the first episode of the new series The New Cosby Show, and it reminded me of the early 70s. Although, I must admit, I have always been a fan of David Letterman.
The problem for anyone who likes old TV is that almost every single show would have been canceled by now. The only new show I can think of is The Middle. I’m not sure I could watch that, but I’d be surprised if its not on at some point.
You’ve got to give The Middle some credit. If you’re a fan of old TV, The Middle is a must-see. It shows that the 70s were a time of experimentation, creativity and experimentation with new formats. If you’re a fan of old TV, The Middle is a must-see. It shows that the 70s were a time of experimentation, creativity and experimentation with new formats.
The 70s were a time of experimentation, creativity and experimentation with new formats. In the time between the ’70s and the ’80s, television was a very big deal. It was a time where you had to have it all on, as if you were in charge of a corporation. That was why so many of the shows were so popular—they took a lot of the shows that had been on for years and put them together in a format that made them instantly recognizable.
The shows that took place in this period were all done well. The first 70s show to make its way to the modern day was The Love Boat, a show that had existed for years and years but was constantly changing formats.
The Love Boat is currently a classic 90’s sitcom, but in the 70s it had a unique, memorable format that made it very memorable. The Love Boat was about a young couple on a sinking cruise liner that had just had their first child. The show was based on a similar premise to The Andy Griffith Show, and instead of going on a typical cruise, the ship was in decline. The Love Boat was a show with the best catchphrase of the decade.
There’s no way to know, but I think that the Love Boat format is what first attracted me to the show. The show was about a bunch of people who were in the midst of a sinking ship with no way out. The format is reminiscent of the old shows like The Philco Television Playhouse or The Carol Burnett Show, but it’s very much of its time.
Of all the shows I watch, I’m most impressed with the Andy Griffith Show because those characters were so real that they felt like real people. To me, that’s what makes the show worth watching. I don’t think they’re all that good, but they do try and make you care about them as people. The Love Boat is just the opposite.