They almost used canned music for The Addams Family opening sequence Here's everything you ever wanted to know about how this snappy opening sequence came to be.
10 actors who appeared in both Mayberry and M*A*S*H Over 7,000 miles apart, you could spot some familiar faces.
Ward Bond was discovered thanks to his ''ugly face'' Good looks aren't everything in Hollywood. Especially for a tough character actor.
R.I.P. Louie Anderson, beloved comedian and Emmy-winning actor He hosted Family Feud and voiced his childhood self in the animated show Life with Louie. He was 68.
Bob Saget wanted a big family because he loved The Waltons The Full House star wound up with three daughters in his real life, too.
R.I.P. Meat Loaf, Bat Out of Hell rocker and familiar movie face The rock legend is best remembered for his ''Bat Out of Hell'' trilogy and his roles in Rocky Horror and Fight Club
George Dzundza became the unlikely star of a cult favorite Eighties sitcom Open All Night was too edgy to be embraced as “the first real comedy show of the '80s.”
Beatrice Colen had a famous grandfather who was too cool to be called grandfather The Happy Days carhop was granddaughter of a Pulitzer-winning playwright.
10 actors who left their shows temporarily due to injury or illness Even devastating accidents and hospital stays couldn’t keep these actors away from their iconic roles.
R.I.P. Yvette Mimieux, the first actress to bare her belly button on TV The 'Where the Boys Are' star was 80.
Odessa Cleveland is probably the most-missed nurse to disappear from M*A*S*H She went on to become a poet and teacher.
Pamelyn Ferdin never forgot her first time crying on cue on The Andy Griffith Show She was “the busiest child actress in Hollywood,” and she made “quite an impression” on Andy.
Way before Happy Days, Ron Howard became Garry Marshall's dream TV star They met tossing baseballs at Desilu Studios when Ronny was just a boy.
Only a Boomer can name all these 1960s toys Sorry, Millennials! These action figures were cooler.
13 fulfilling facts about Full House Learn how Air Bud, Elvis and Alanis Morissette tie into the ultimate Nineties family sitcom.
Do you remember how all these Love Boat characters are related? These mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles and siblings all came aboard the Pacific Princess – whether they were welcome or not!
You can visit the creek where Pugsley Addams got his name Fans of The Addams Family, put Pugsley Creek Park on the map!
Dwayne Hickman nearly starred in the first true sitcom spin-off The Bob Cummings Show had an ambitious and novel plan for expansion.
Meredith MacRae and Tim Considine briefly dated during My Three Sons They got engaged on the show at the same time Meredith accepted a real proposal.
What's your favorite Danny Tanner moment? This iconic TV dad could be sensitive, dweeby, caring, and fastidious.
7 smooth and synth-heavy one hit wonders from 1987 A TV star… and a band named after Star Trek! You know the tunes, but do you remember the groups?
15 forgotten and fascinating TV flops from 1987 Not even Dolly and Oscar Winners could save these overlooked superheroes, variety shows and prison comedies.
Can you name all these Sixties stars in Full House? Can you recognize these singers, comedians and former child stars?
One episode of Maverick connects to 8 other shows — can you name them all? The episode features sitcom stars, a parody of another classic Western and lots of cats!
R.I.P. Ronnie Spector, Sixties icon and leader of The Ronettes Her voice and style influenced generations of artists, including The Beatles. She was 78.
MeTV welcomes Full House to the neighborhood with a Bob Saget tribute A new beloved TV family will be joining the MeTV lineup on Sundays, starting with a tribute to one of America's favorite TV dads.
Can you find the one sitcom that has NOT gotten a sequel or reboot series? Hollywood is constantly recycling ideas, but there’s one sitcom that surprisingly hasn’t been revamped into a new show.
Andy Griffith's TV kids dated each other on Happy Days Happy Days brought together Opie from The Andy Griffith Show and Charlene from Matlock.
Ophelia Frump was the queen of the lovelorn in the Sixties From flings with Cousin Itt, to a broken heart in nearly every appearance, Ophelia never knew love like Morticia.
Chester's limp drew hundreds of letters from concerned Gunsmoke fans Dennis Weaver was flattered so many fans thought the fake limp was real.
Can you identify these Looney Tunes characters in disguise? Who wore these animal costumes, Halloween masks and suits of armor?
A brief history of TV couples sleeping in the same bed No, the Flintstones nor the Bradys were not the first to share a bed. Not by a longshot.
James Arness was a bit of a beach bum before Gunsmoke He spent the late '40s surfing and squatting on the sand.
Which of these iconic Nineties shows actually started in the 1980s? Try to place these premieres in the right decade!
Sorry, Millennials, only Boomers can name all these Seventies child stars in Adam-12 The classic cop show had sitcom stars, Disney kids and even a future Oscar winner.
R.I.P. Dwayne Hickman, who played all-American teen Dobie Gillis He went to college with Bob Denver. They would forever be linked together as TV pals. Hickman was 87 years old.