When the CBS sitcom 'All in the Family' debuted on CBS on Jan. 12, 1971, a sitcom disclaimer preceded the program
When I was a kid, television sets had dials you had to manually operate to tune channels. But you could never find anything on Channel 37.
If you've ever wondered who the 'Andy Griffith Show' announcer was, wonder no more. You've actually seen him in an episode!
For a decade, Archie and Edith Bunker were a part of Americana, appearing each week in the hit Normal Lear sitcom 'All in the Family.'
'Star Trek's' famous Vulcan Salute has a backstory some long-time fans haven't heard. But its creator, actor Leonard Nimoy, didn't conceal its origins.
Singer/songwriter Waylon Jennings taught talk show host Tom Snyder a big lesson back in 1998. He did so by walking out moments before he was to appear live.