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Old 01-17-2019, 01:41 AM   #91
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What a waste being buried there. I hope Antenna TV can get the rights back. Diff'rent Strokes would get good timeslots on Antenna, when they last had the show it aired in primetime.
Not a bad time slot for kids in the morning getting ready for school, although for me that was many years ago. In the early 80's I religiously watched WTBS and/or WGN between 6 and 8 AM, WTBS had "Funday Funnies" with cartoons and shorts of The Three Stooges and The Little Rascals, then there was usually some combination of Bewitched (color episodes only, they never aired the B&W seasons during that time), I Dream of Jeannie, the Beverly Hillbillies, and I Love Lucy. And WGN had the Bozo show which I loved watching for the "Grand Prize Game."
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Not a bad time slot for kids in the morning getting ready for school, although for me that was many years ago. In the early 80's I religiously watched WTBS and/or WGN between 6 and 8 AM, WTBS had "Funday Funnies" with cartoons and shorts of The Three Stooges and The Little Rascals, then there was usually some combination of Bewitched (color episodes only, they never aired the B&W seasons during that time), I Dream of Jeannie, the Beverly Hillbillies, and I Love Lucy. And WGN had the Bozo show which I loved watching for the "Grand Prize Game."
yea, that was back when WTBS (which is now TBS) used to start all their shows and movies at 5 minutes past the hour or 5 minutes past the half hour. I heard they did that to guarantee people would watch them.(I know, I know; it doesn't make sense to me either)
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You're right, I believe it was Cozi I was actually thinking of. It's been a while though, I wonder if they still have the rights to it or if anyone else plans to air it soon?
That's a very good question. I have wondered the same thing myself.
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When was the last time Dallas was shown in reruns ? Haven't seen it for several years now. One of the best shows ever IMO. Just strange.
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What a waste being buried there. I hope Antenna TV can get the rights back. Diff'rent Strokes would get good timeslots on Antenna, when they last had the show it aired in primetime.
Diff’rent Strokes came to Antenna TV in January 2013 and aired Monday and Wednesday nights from 9-11pm and Sunday’s 10-11pm. I don’t remember how long that lasted. The Norman Lear sitcoms dominated the schedule soon after.

I’d love Diff’rent Strokes back on Antenna TV too, as well as The Facts Of Life. They’ve been buried from 6-7am on MeTV since their debut.

Others I haven’t seen in syndication in years:
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Harry and The Hendersons
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When was the last time Dallas was shown in reruns ? Haven't seen it for several years now. One of the best shows ever IMO. Just strange.
Last time I remember seeing it was on SoapNet about 15 years ago. I'm kinda surprised the reruns didn't start airing when the TNT revival premiered.
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I watched it when it first aired and remember liking it. It was nice to see Kyle in a comedy role for a change. I loved Early Edition, but his grumpiness could get old.
I firmly believe Jeff Metcalfe on Homefront is the best TV role Kyle Chandler ever played.
He has a lot of range. He was really funny in "Game Night" and managed to make the jump from tv to movies.
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When was the last time Dallas was shown in reruns ? Haven't seen it for several years now. One of the best shows ever IMO. Just strange.
It was aired on Soapnet as recently as the early-to-mid 2000's and was airing on TNT or TBS shortly before that as well.
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My definitive (?????) list of sitcoms that produced at least 65 episodes, and ended after 1959, that do not seem to have been rerun anywhere in the US in the last ten years:
The Gale Storm Show 1956-60
The Ann Sothern Show 1958-61
Hennessey 1959-62
Pete And Gladys 1960-62
Mack And Myer For Hire 1963-64 Syndicated only, each episode about 12 minutes long
The Farmer's Daughter 1963-66
The New Dick Van Dyke Show 1971-74
Chico And The Man 1974-78
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 1976-77 Syndicated only, 5 days a week
Madame's Place 1982-83 Syndicated only, 5 days a week
9 to 5 1982-88
Punky Brewster 1984-88
Check It Out 1985-88 Syndicated only, produced in Canada
It's Garry Shandling's Show 1986-90 Began on Showtime.
Perfect Strangers 1986-93
The Days & Nights Of Molly Dodd 1987-91
Out Of This World 1987-91 Syndicated only
Major Dad 1989-93
Harry & The Hendersons 1991-93 Syndicated only
Nurses 1991-94
(Inside) Herman's Head 1991-94 Apparently never syndicated.
Love & War 1992-95
The John Larroquette Show 1993-96
Dave's World 1993-97
Unhappily Ever After 1995-99
Honey I Shrunk The Kids 1997-2000 Syndicated only
For Your Love 1998-2002
Girlfriends 2000-08

Some notes:
These seemingly are some of the reasons shows don't get rerun:
The show's star also starred in another sitcom that overshadows this one
One of the main actors died young, of a suicide or apparent suicide
The show ran on a fourth-place (or worse) network,
The show ran partially in first-run syndication,
The show ran partially on first-run cable/satellite tv

Paul Junger Witt had the dubious distinction to have worked on four of the 28 shows:
The Farmer's Daughter
Nurses
(Inside) Herman's Head
The John Larroquette Show
(and he worked on the seldom-seen- until recently- It's A Living, as well)

Stephanie Hodge was one of the stars of two of the 28 shows: Nurses and Unhappily Ever After.

Reviews at IMDB give two different reasons why Hennessey is never rerun: One says Abby Dalton said the shows were accidentally destroyed in a fire, the other says the show's creator would never allow it to be rerun. Nevertheless, it was rerun as late as April 1970 at 7 PM weeknights on WCCB-TV in Charlotte, N.C.

If anyone has seen any of the shows on a broadcast/satellite/cable US TV channel since 2008, be free to chime in.
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My definitive (?????) list of sitcoms that produced at least 65 episodes, and ended after 1959, that do not seem to have been rerun anywhere in the US in the last ten years:
The Gale Storm Show 1956-60
The Ann Sothern Show 1958-61
Hennessey 1959-62
Pete And Gladys 1960-62
Mack And Myer For Hire 1963-64 Syndicated only, each episode about 12 minutes long
The Farmer's Daughter 1963-66
The New Dick Van Dyke Show 1971-74
Chico And The Man 1974-78
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 1976-77 Syndicated only, 5 days a week
Madame's Place 1982-83 Syndicated only, 5 days a week
9 to 5 1982-88
Punky Brewster 1984-88
Check It Out 1985-88 Syndicated only, produced in Canada
It's Garry Shandling's Show 1986-90 Began on Showtime.
Perfect Strangers 1986-93
The Days & Nights Of Molly Dodd 1987-91
Out Of This World 1987-91 Syndicated only
Major Dad 1989-93
Harry & The Hendersons 1991-93 Syndicated only
Nurses 1991-94
(Inside) Herman's Head 1991-94 Apparently never syndicated.
Love & War 1992-95
The John Larroquette Show 1993-96
Dave's World 1993-97
Unhappily Ever After 1995-99
Honey I Shrunk The Kids 1997-2000 Syndicated only
For Your Love 1998-2002
Girlfriends 2000-08

Some notes:
These seemingly are some of the reasons shows don't get rerun:
The show's star also starred in another sitcom that overshadows this one
One of the main actors died young, of a suicide or apparent suicide
The show ran on a fourth-place (or worse) network,
The show ran partially in first-run syndication,
The show ran partially on first-run cable/satellite tv

Paul Junger Witt had the dubious distinction to have worked on four of the 28 shows:
The Farmer's Daughter
Nurses
(Inside) Herman's Head
The John Larroquette Show
(and he worked on the seldom-seen- until recently- It's A Living, as well)

Stephanie Hodge was one of the stars of two of the 28 shows: Nurses and Unhappily Ever After.

Reviews at IMDB give two different reasons why Hennessey is never rerun: One says Abby Dalton said the shows were accidentally destroyed in a fire, the other says the show's creator would never allow it to be rerun. Nevertheless, it was rerun as late as April 1970 at 7 PM weeknights on WCCB-TV in Charlotte, N.C.

If anyone has seen any of the shows on a broadcast/satellite/cable US TV channel since 2008, be free to chime in.
You put a lot of research into this. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids aired on the now defunct Hub when it launched, weeknights at 7PM. It didn't last long on the Hub though. Check it Out, while it hasn't aired anywhere regularly, had a one night 4 episode marathon on WGN the year they had a classics focus. I don't remember the exact year, but it was some time after I got cable in 2006. And Perfect Strangers had a very brief run on ION weeknights at 8:30PM, but got pulled after just two weeks. This was when Mama's Family was their signature show, before ION became a crime drama network.
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You can remove "Girlfriends" from the list- I saw part of an episode on some cable/satellite channel in the last day or so.
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Perfect Strangers and Family Ties.
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Family Ties airs on Antenna TV weeknights at 2:30AM. Hopefully its time gets upgraded in January.
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