A Year in TV Guide: March 27th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide: March 27th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide explores the 1964-1965 television season through the pages of TV Guide magazine. This week’s issue includes articles about The Entertainers, actor Jack Soo, and the cast of The Dick Van Dyke Show. Continue Reading →
A Year in TV Guide: March 20th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide: March 20th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide explores the 1964-1965 television season through the pages of TV Guide magazine. This week’s issue included articles about David Dortort, the morals of soap operas, and young brothers Ronny and Clint Howard. Continue Reading →
A Year in TV Guide: March 13th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide: March 13th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide explores the 1964-1965 television season through the pages of TV Guide magazine. This week’s issue included articles about David Dortort, the morals of soap operas, and young brothers Ronny and Clint Howard. Continue Reading →

TV Tie-In Novels You Wish Existed

More than 1,400 TV tie-in novels were published between the mid-1950s and the late 1980s, based on shows ranging from The New People to Bonanza. Yet there are still some shows I wish had received tie-in novels. Continue Reading →

UCLA Festival of Preservation Includes Television Programs

The 2015 UCLA Festival of Preservation will feature an episode of Playhouse 90 and a special program highlighting The Andy Williams Show. Continue Reading →

Cozi TV Now Rated By Nielsen

Nielsen started rating classic TV digital specialty network Cozi TV last month. The diginet averaged 140,000 viewers in prime time during the last week of February. Continue Reading →
A Year in TV Guide: March 6th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide: March 6th, 1965

A Year in TV Guide explores the 1964-1965 television season through the pages of TV Guide magazine. This week’s issue included articles about David Janssen, The Doctors and the Nurses, and the Three Stooges. Continue Reading →

February 2015: The Month in Home Media

February 2015 saw recent obscurity Canterbury’s Law re-released on DVD and two other recent obscurities — The Goode Family and The Unusuals — added to Hulu. Continue Reading →

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