The Best Teen Sitcoms Airing Now

Sitcoms were very popular during this decade among American television viewers. ‘Happy Days’ was an American sitcom that began in 1974 and ran to the mid-80s. The show took place in the 1950s and the 1960s and revolved around Richie Cunningham, played by Ron Howard. ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ was another popular sitcom about a teacher working in a New York high school and his unruly students.

“Laverne and Shirley’, a scripted situation comedy that starred Penny Marshall
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The Best Teen Sitcoms Of The 1990s

The Best Teen Sitcoms Of The 1990′s

The 1990′s were an age of irony, grunge, and entertaining teen sitcoms, such as the following.

“Saved by the Bell” began in 1989, on the Disney Channel, as “Good Morning, Miss Bliss.” But in 1990 the show moved to NBC, and there it became the show fans would come to love. Attending SoCal’s Bayside High were glib and popular Zach, his cheerleader girlfriend Kelly, bodybuilder A.C., the class valedictorian Jesse, with her sights set on Stanford, fashion enthusiast Lisa and geeky Screech. Many of their exploits were silly, such as Screech’s
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Medical Dramas: The Most popular and Why

Medical dramas have long entertained television audiences with their exciting story lines, memorable characters and realistic situations. Here are some of the best medical dramas of all time.

Doogie Howser, MD

From 1989 to 1993, viewers tuned in to ABC weekly to watch this 16-year old doctor use his genius intellect and balance the pressures of teenage life with practicing medicine.

Chicago Hope

Mandy Patinking won an Emmy and Golden Globe for his role as an overzealous but brilliant surgeon in this show.

Grey’s Anatomy

Since 2005, ABC viewers have grown attached to the young doctors at a bustling Seattle hospital. Their social
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The Most Popular Western Television Shows

In the 1960′s television was a family event. Two of the most popular Western television shows were actually about families. Perhaps the most famous cowboy family was the Cartwright clan. Led by Ben Cartwright, the kindly patriarch of the Ponderosa, his sons, Little Joe, Hoss and Adam lived and worked in Nevada and their adventures excited the families who tuned in every week. Bonanza ran from 1959 to 1973 and the Cartwrights became members of many other families who shared their lives through television.

The other family was the Barkleys, led by matriarch Victoria Barkley. The Big Valley ran from 1965 to 1969.
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Popular Television Shows Appropriate For All Ages

Families who need to find television shows that they can watch with their kids have more of a selection today than they did ten years ago. There are eight family friendly shows that are appropriate for all ages.

1. American Idol is a great show for the entire family. This show is a reality show competition that singers all across the nation compete for a contract with a music production company and one million dollars.
2. Jessie is a
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Most Popular Reality Television Shows For Adults

Just about any time of the day or night you can find an elimination-based reality show on at least one channel. There are competitions for best the best amateur singers, chefs, entrepreneurs, models and even hairdressers. There are shows that test bravery, endurance and social skills.

The granddaddy to all competition-based reality shows is without a doubt Survivor. While shows such as American Idol draw a younger fan base Survivor appeals to a more mature audience, which may be
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Most Popular Cartoons For Preshool Children

Watching cartoons has been a popular pastime among preschoolers for many decades. These cartoons are created to cater to these children’s young minds, and preschoolers find them quite entertaining. However, not only are these programs entertaining, they also provide valuable education to young children, as well. Following are just a few of the most popular cartoons among preschool children today.

Dora the Explorer, found on Nickelodeon, is a Hispanic character that has captured the hearts of many preschool children all around the globe. Dora, who can speak both Spanish and English, solves
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AMC: What’s On Now

People have been asking us left and right what we think of AMC and with a new crop of Emmys in 2011 we think it’s clear what our answers are. If you’ve got direct.tv you’ve got to check out some of the best shows on this highly acclaimed network:
Breaking Bad – The season’s nearly over but few shows on TV today match the drama and plotline
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Most Popular Television Shows Of All Time

People love television.

There is just something about sitting around the set after hard day’s work that can bring a family together. It is a relaxing scene, a staple of American life. Of course, you have to decide what television shows to watch first!

There are many varieties of shows, and what was popular ten years ago may no longer be popular today. For instance, Star Trek was once a ridiculously popular show to watch…in the 1960
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Most Popular Television Show Of The 1990s

The 90s saw a great transformation in the types of television shows that viewers wanted to see and network execs heeded the call. Television shows featuring supernatural and mythical beings were born, shows about spoiled teenage kids, crude comedy, and adult animation exploded in popularity among adults, as well as teen viewers.

‘Dawson’s Creek” and ‘Beverly Hills 90210′ were two of the most popular and long running drama series, centered around the lives of mostly spoiled teenagers. ‘The X-Files’ was an interesting blend of sci-fi and fantasy that spawned off two big screen motion pictures. ‘Buffy
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