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Old 09-11-2006, 12:59 PM   #31
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As far as Maude being a show that doesn't age well, because it took place in the 70s and isn't "timeless", what about All InThe Family? It's pretty similar. They talk about issues from that time, where as shows like "The Honeymooners' never said anyhting about presidents or anything from that time period.

I remember Maude was on TVLAND a few years back. How long was it there for?

I think between 1998 and 2000
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[QUOTE=Buffyboy323]As far as Maude being a show that doesn't age well, because it took place in the 70s and isn't "timeless", what about All InThe Family? It's pretty similar. They talk about issues from that time, where as shows like "The Honeymooners' never said anyhting about presidents or anything from that time period.
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Good Times mentioned Nixon and Ford and look how well that show has held the test of time. It was a 70's show. A even older show mentioned Eisenhaur I think, but I forget what show that was.
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I nevery knew Maude did not do that well in Syndication.
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[QUOTE=comedyfreak][QUOTE=Buffyboy323]As far as Maude being a show that doesn't age well, because it took place in the 70s and isn't "timeless", what about All InThe Family? It's pretty similar. They talk about issues from that time, where as shows like "The Honeymooners' never said anyhting about presidents or anything from that time period.
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Maybe Maude would have better success on LIfetime. I don't think TV Land is the place for this show
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As far as Maude being a show that doesn't age well, because it took place in the 70s and isn't "timeless", what about All InThe Family? It's pretty similar. They talk about issues from that time, where as shows like "The Honeymooners' never said anyhting about presidents or anything from that time period.



Maybe Maude would have better success on LIfetime. I don't think TV Land is the place for this show
I think you're right on this one, I think it would do well on Lifetime or WE.
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I think it should be on Late nights on local channels. Here in NY, we have Good Times and The Jeffersons back to back every night. Maude would fit well in there. And they wouldn't even care about ratings at 2am, LOL.
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I think Maude would fit well on Local Station's The Last time I watched Maude on a Local Station it was on WVUE Saturday Night's at 10:35 pm
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I think it should be on Late nights on local channels. Here in NY, we have Good Times and The Jeffersons back to back every night. Maude would fit well in there. And they wouldn't even care about ratings at 2am, LOL.
As of three weeks ago, WUPA/ch. 69 in the Atlanta area have begun airing Good Times, The Jeffersons, and Sanford and Son again. IMO, Maude would complete the block. They've also aired All in the Family in the past. The block airs from 10-11:30 am.
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Maude should be on Lifetime on Weekday Mornings
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I doubt it would even work on Lifetime. I think they tried to show sitcoms in the mornings like Laverne and Shirley and they bombed.
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I doubt it would even work on Lifetime. I think they tried to show sitcoms in the mornings like Laverne and Shirley and they bombed.
I know! Poor Laverne and Shirley. That's why they moved it to that LIfetime: Real Women channel in the afternoons. Damn Lifetime!
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I know! Poor Laverne and Shirley. That's why they moved it to that LIfetime: Real Women channel in the afternoons. Damn Lifetime!


But Maude is not silly like L&S so that's why L&S didn't do well on Lifetime
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I would love to see Maude back on some cable Network.
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I saw an interview with Carroll O'Connor, who played Archie Bunker, from circa 1999. The interviewer asked the rather cantankerous O'Connor how he felt about some of the All in the Family spin-offs, one of which was Maude. O'Connor's opinion was that Maude was a "one-note" character who didn't have that much appeal. His reason for why the show wasn't syndicated any longer was that "it wasn't very funny".
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Maude was definately a Comedy-Drama and it made you think sometimes...which is more than most of the garbage shows from about 1990 on
Maybe someday we will finally get it on dvd.
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