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Old 03-28-2008, 02:11 AM   #1
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Default Has all in the Family ever been aired with a TV-14 rating?

Because it contained content that is more suited to a TV-14-rated program that a TV-PG-rated program, Has All in the Family ever aired with the TV-14 rating? All in the Family is usually rated TV-PG-DL, but the show having a TV-14 rating has come up to my mind.
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I think it should TV-14
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TV-14 wasn't around in the 70s; either was TV-PG-DL. It wasn't until the 90s that networks started to put ratings on TV shows, and later stations on the sydnicated reruns.

With "AITF" though, I remember CBS showing a disclaimer before certain episodes, and in the promos for some of the episodes in the later seasons; like that 2-part one (which was first shown as an hour) where Archie joined the KKK.
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^^^That's what I was going to say. There were NO TV RATINGS BACK THEN. Those were the good ol' days of tv too.
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No, I was seeing if any post-1996 syndicated reruns that have aired All in the Family with a TV_14 rating. Cimarron Strip, a western, was rated TV-!4 when it is on the Encore Westerns channel.
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Ohhh, I see. Good question. I never paid attention to the rating.
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no, I never paid attention to the rating, either.

No, wait. I think NICK AT NITE used to show it with a PG rating.
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The strongest rating I've ever seen for AITF was PG-DL. Every episode has that rating. I think it may have been down-graded to PG in the later seasons. I've never seen it rated as PG-14, though.
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It is an interesting question.

AITF had some very adult themes. Is it a good idea to change the rating of this show in reruns that air now?
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I don't know. On Nick at Nite and TV Land, it was usually TV-PG and occasionally TV-PG-DL. I never saw it TV-14. I actually saw the opening to Archie Bunker's Place on YouTube about 2 years ago, and it was rated TV-G. I wonder if any AITF episodes were TV-G?
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^^^That's what I was going to say. There were NO TV RATINGS BACK THEN. Those were the good ol' days of tv too.
I agree with you 100%.
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Last Tuesday, I noticed that All in the Family is, in fact, airing with a TV-14 rating on Sundance Channel. Some episodes of AitF have the "L" sub-rating. I think Sundance Channel must be airing the uncut, original-broadcast versions of the AitF episodes.

Fear of being given a TV-14 rating is the reason why programs are edited for content.
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Sundance also rates it TV-PG. Antenna does too. Lighten up Francis.
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Fear of being given a TV-14 rating is the reason why programs are edited for content.
Where's the proof to this statement? In syndication shows are not edited for content. They are edited for commercial time only.
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^^^That's what I was going to say. There were NO TV RATINGS BACK THEN. Those were the good ol' days of tv too.
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