Yesterday, I posted a list of the ten most popular Television Obscurities articles from 2018. Now it’s time to look at the most popular blog posts from the past year. I’ve been blogging here at Television Obscurities since 2009 (or is was it 2008?) so there are a lot of posts.
Most Popular Blog Posts of 2018
Here are the ten most popular Television Obscurities blog posts of 2018:
- Bonanza’s Sudden Cancellation (1/2009)
- 1960 Winter Olympics – The First Televised Olympic Games (2/2010)
- Index to A Year in TV Guide: 1964-1965 (1/2018)
- Alternate Theme to NBC’s Bonanza (1/2009)
- The CW Gives Closure to Frequency and No Tomorrow (5/2017)
- Me-TV’s Summer of Me Schedule to Debut June 3rd (5/2013)
- Streaming Guide to Short-Lived & Forgotten TV Shows (7/2018)
- What’s the Oldest TV Show Still in Local Syndication? (2/2017)
- Meet the Man Who Saved Movin’ On (5/2016)
- Are You Watching Diginets? (1/2017)
I’m very happy that my Streaming Guide to Short-Lived & Forgotten TV Shows is one of the most popular blog posts from the past year. I have no idea why my post about MeTV’s “Summer of Me” from 2013 still gets so much traffic.
Bonus: Weird Search Phrases of 2018
As promised, here’s a selection of some of the weirder search phrase used to find Television Obscurities during the last year:
- it’s about time it’s about space it’s about time to slap your face
- was fdr pearl harbor speech televised
- rick ely actor dead
- when did tv become color
- where is hop sing from bonanza?
- oldest commercial still on tv
- manifest show predictions
- why would it have been a bad idea to buy a color tv when they first were released
- is eight is enough on hulu
- lee van cleef net worth
As I mentioned yesterdays, these search phrases only cover September 28th through December 26th. Who knows what unusual search phrases were used earlier in 2018?