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It's About TV

A look at the relationship between classic television and American culture, concentrating on the 1950s through 1970s.

  • By Mitchell Hadley
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly four posts per week
  • First post on

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Most recent posts

The New Top Ten: Mystery Science Theater 3000
Considering the number of times I've mentioned Mystery Science Theater 3000 here, it can't be a bombshell that it's now part of the Top Ten; in fact, the only thing surprising about it is that …
On , by Mitchell Hadley, 1,185 words
What's on TV? Tuesday, April 6, 1976
Unlike politics today, the Republican presidential nomination was anything but wrapped up by April 6, which makes tonight's network coverage of the New York and Wisconsin primaries must-see viewing for political junkies. The incumbent, Gerald …
On , by Mitchell Hadley, 3,435 words
This week in TV Guide: April 3, 1976
Our introduction to Liz Torres, the newest cast member of CBS's sitcom Phyllis, comes with the heavy shadow of Barbara Colby, the cast remember she replaced, who was murdered on July 24, 1975 in Los …
On , by Mitchell Hadley, 3,388 words