TV shows that have not been shown on TV in a long time

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  1. Wayne Hubbard

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  2. goodiesguy

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    Both have appeared regularly on NZ's vintage channel JONES! We also get stuff like Mind Your Language and It Ain't Half Hot Mum..

    Now I'd find it unlikely if All in The Family's origin series 'Til Death Us Do Part' ever re-aired on TV. Alf Garnett makes Bunker look like a saint, though I think AITF is an overall better program.
     
  3. All Down The Line

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    I was surprised to see Love Thy Neighbour on free to air tv this year considering the old time racism & sexism involved.
     
  4. bartels76

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    A bunch of the shows mentioned here are on Antenna TV
    Shows | Antenna TV

    I have 2:
    James at 15
    Eight Is Enough
     
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  5. Grand_Ennui

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    "Webster" airs on Antenna TV Sundays at 12:00 & 12:30 PM (CST)
     
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  6. evillouie

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    Family Affair
    The Courtship of Eddie’s Father
    The Benny Hill Show
    Wait Till Your Father Gets Home
    Love American Style
     
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  7. All Down The Line

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    Soap
    Benson
    Good Times
    Emergency

    At least that I have seen Down Under
     
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  8. TheNightfly1982

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    Moonlighting. For some reason, this series has become very obscure. The Anchor Bay DVD releases have been long OOP and it's unavailable anywhere for streaming. Last time I recall it being syndicated was on Lifetime back in the 1990's.
     
  9. BILLONEEG

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    My World & Welcome To It
    The Girl With Something Extra
    Star Of The Family
    Out Of This World
    Mr. Merlin
     
  10. JozefK

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    I've only seen the TDUDP pilot, but judging from that the whole vibe was softened for the U.S. version. This is especially true of the mother character. Edith on AITF is almost 180° from the original.
     
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  11. JozefK

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    It suffers from an inadequate lead in Anthony George, but Sebastian Cabot steals every scene he's in as the professor and Doug McCure shows the potential he'd fulfil as a road company James Garner on The Virginian.

    Checkmate had some impressive guest stars who seldom did TV episodes (possibly due to the influence of MCA bigwig Lew Wasserman), such as Jack Benny (the show's owner) and Charles Laughton. Still hoping that someday I'll get to see the one with Tony Randall as a homicidal disc jockey.
     
  12. MikeInFla

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    I agree I loved James. It isn't on DVD and not available anywhere although a couple of years ago I watched a lot of the episodes on YouTube including the pilot but I don't know if they are still there or not


    Also surprised The Six Million Dollar Man or The Bionic Woman haven't shown up on MeTV.
     
  13. HGN2001

    HGN2001 Mystery Picture Member

    Both shows are currently running on COZI TV
     
  14. BILLONEEG

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    Arnie
    Pixanne
    The Gene London Show
    Dr. Shock
    The Space Giants
     
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  15. Culpa

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  16. Culpa

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    What, no Wee Willie Webber? :)
     
  17. BILLONEEG

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    That would’ve been on my next list. Lol!
     
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  18. HGN2001

    HGN2001 Mystery Picture Member

    I'll see your Wee Willie Webber and raise you one Bertie The Bunyip!

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  19. That’s disturbing looking.
     
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  20. Anthology123

    Anthology123 Senior Member

    Is there a chance we will be seeing less syndicated shows in the future? As an example, Frasier (owned by CBS) is no longer being shown on Cozi, and is no longer a series available on Amazon Prime without a CBS all-access subscription. It can be seen of course, if you have a CBS All-Access subscription.
     
  21. Vidiot

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    That was a terrific show -- won a lot of Emmys, got critical acclaim, but not much of an audience. William Windom was a great actor.

    You can make a good case that eventually, all TV shows and movies will mainly be available via streaming, and you'll have to pay for it. I'm not sure how much longer commercial broadcasting will survive.
     
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  22. BILLONEEG

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    Free Spirit
    Day By Day
    Hi Honey...I'm Home!
     
  23. James Slattery

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    Ran through several times on Get TV a year or two ago.
     
  24. Kyle B

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    Frasier is still on Cozi - weeknights from 8:00-9:00 pm ET.
     
  25. Big Jimbo

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