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Obituaries and rememberances

MeTV salutes our beloved stars.

Pay tribute to those we lost. Though they are gone, they will live forever on screen. Let us share our thoughts and memories with each other.

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R.I.P. William Peter Blatty, writer of 'The Exorcist'

The novelist and screenwriter also wrote for the Pink Panther and Dear Abby.

R.I.P. Francine York. The 'Batman' actress and 1960s star has died at age 80.

She passed away after a battle with cancer.

R.I.P. Jeffrey Hayden, director of all of our favorite TV episodes

You may not know his face, but he was behind some of our favorite TV shows.

R.I.P. William Christopher, Father Mulcahy on M*A*S*H

Remembering Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, the Iconic Mother and Daughter Duo

Their life together, in pictures

In memoriam: Remembering the television stars we lost in 2016

Carol Brady, Patty Lane, Wilbur and the rest will live on in our hearts.

R.I.P. Zsa Zsa Gabor

The socialite and actress passed away Sunday at 99.

R.I.P. Bernard Fox of 'Bewitched' and 'Hogan's Heroes'

The recognizable character actor passed away yesterday from heart failure.

R.I.P. Alan Thicke, star of 'Growing Pains'

The accomplished actor and theme song composer passed away last night at 69.

R.I.P. Tammy Grimes, star of 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' and TV

The Broadway legend had memorable roles on TV — and almost starred in 'Bewitched.'

R.I.P. Don Marshall of 'Land of the Giants' and 'Star Trek'

He was a trailblazing black actor in the sci-fi genre.

R.I.P. Bobby Vee, teen idol of the 1960s

The "Run to Him" singer passed away at 73.

R.I.P. Gloria DeHaven, golden age movie star who turned to television

The screen legend did everything from MGM musicals to 'Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.'

R.I.P. Garry Marshall, creator of 'Happy Days' and 'Laverne & Shirley'

The writer, director and producer passed away at the age of 81.

R.I.P. William Schallert

The former screen dad of Patty Duke also appeared in a classic 'Star Trek' and served as SAG president.

R.I.P. Madeleine Sherwood, Mother Superior on 'The Flying Nun'

The Broadway veteran and activist passed away at the age of 93.

R.I.P. Doris Roberts, 'Raymond' mom and 'Remington Steele' star

The Emmy winning television actress passed away at the age of 90.

Patty Duke is dead at 69

Patty Duke is dead at 69.

James Noble, star of 'Benson,' dies at 94

R.I.P. Governor Gatling of 'Benson.'

R.I.P. Earl Hamner, Jr., creator of 'The Waltons' and 'Falcon Crest'

'The Waltons' creator passed away at the age of 92.

R.I.P. Garry Shandling

The writer and actor helped redefine the modern sitcom with his brilliant Showtime and HBO series.

Ken Howard, star of 'The White Shadow,' dies at 71

The former basketball star became the president of the Screen Actors Guild.

R.I.P. Peter Brown, star of 'Lawman,' 'Laredo' and soaps

The actor started out as a cowboy and became a heartthrob in Disney movies and daytime soaps.

R.I.P. Joe Santos of 'The Rockford Files'

"The Rockford Files" star passed away earlier today at the age of 84.

R.I.P. Frank Sinatra, Jr.

The son of Ol' Blue Eyes appeared on 'The Patty Duke Show' and kept his father's legacy alive in song.

R.I.P. Sylvia Anderson, co-creator of 'Thunderbirds' and 'Space: 1999'

The voice of Lady Penelope passed away at the age of 88.

R.I.P. Robert Horton of 'Wagon Train'

R.I.P. Robert Horton of 'Wagon Train'

R.I.P. Keith Emerson, keyboardist for Emerson, Lake and Palmer

The keyboardist was a pioneer of prog rock.

R.I.P. Richard Davalos of 'East of Eden'

R.I.P. Richard Davalos of 'East of Eden'

R.I.P. George Martin, Beatles producer

The visionary music producer and arranger passed away at 90. Read a tribute from Paul and Ringo.

Nancy Reagan's acting career in fabulous photos

The former First Lady passed away at the age of 94. Let's salute her career as Nancy Davis on stage and screen.

R.I.P. Harper Lee, author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Lee's influential book was read by millions around the world.

R.I.P. George Gaynes of "Police Academy" and "Punky Brewster"

R.I.P. George Gaynes of "Police Academy" and "Punky Brewster."

Maurice White, founder of Earth Wind & Fire, dies at 74. What was your favorite song?

Enter a boogie wonderland with some of our favorite jams by White, from early rare jazz grooves to huge disco hits.

R.I.P. Joe Alaskey, the voice of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

The voice actor brought life to many beloved Looney Tunes characters in the modern era.

R.I.P. Mike Minor of 'Petticoat Junction'

The handsome, deep-voiced actor behind Steve Elliott would often lend his singing voice to the 1960s sitcom.

Abe Vigoda has died at the age of 94

The character actor known as Fish on 'Barney Miller' kept making us laugh for decades.

Remembering Glenn Frey's television work

The Eagles singer-songwriter leant his voice and acting skills to '80s crime shows 'Miami Vice' and 'Wiseguy.'

'Bachelor Father' star Noreen Corcoran dies at 72

The child star received prominence portrayed the adopted niece of a wealthy bachelor on the hit 1950s sitcom.

The best Bowie moments from American TV

Revisit Bowie's great duets and interviews with Cher, Dick Cavett, Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore and more.

In Memoriam – Remembering those we lost in 2015

The MeTV family pays tribute to those who died this year, from Leonard Nimoy to Yvonne Craig and beyond.

13 great Robert Loggia guest roles

Revisit a baker's dozen guest appearances, as both good guy and bad guy, made by the late Loggia over the decades.

TV hot rod designer buried in Batmobile casket

The funeral for the "Kustom Car King" featured 1966 Batmobile tailfins and Batman floral arrangements.

R.I.P. Al Markim, Astro from 'Tom Corbett, Space Cadet'

The science-fiction star of the early 1950s went on to become a pioneer of the video tape business.

David Canary, Candy from 'Bonanza,' passes away at 77

The western star and 'All My Children' regular nearly replaced Spock on 'Star Trek.'

R.I.P. Jim Perry, host of 'Card Sharks' and '$ale of the Century'

The game show MC also worked on Joan Rivers' talk show and promoted Morton Salt in commercials.

R.I.P. Rex Reason, star of 'This Island Earth'

The actor also portrayed a reporter on two television series, and appeared in episodes of 'Perry Mason' and 'Wagon Train.'

"Secret Agent Man" writer P.F. Sloan dies at 70

As a young man, the L.A. musician wrote smash hits "Secret Agent Man" and "Eve of Destruction."

Star Trek visual effects pioneer Howard A. Anderson, Jr. dies at 95

The artist made the Enterprise zoom through the stars and came up with the transporter effect — not to mention dozens of iconic television openings.