Friday, July 16, 2021

More classic TV

A few weeks ago, I lamented about Hulu no longer having a Classic TV category. However, I did note that some shows are what would be considered classic TV. It's nice to be able to watch classic TV.

What brought this up is an article in The Hollywood Reporter this week about Amazon adding some classic TV shows to its lineup.

Amazon and Sony Pictures TV have struck a deal that will bring an extensive catalog of legendary producer Norman Lear’s shows to the Amazon’s Prime Video and IMDb TV streaming services. The titles headed to the two platforms are Maude, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, 227, Good Times, the original One Day at a Time, Diff’rent Strokes, Sanford & Son and Sanford.

Now, I did watch some of these shows when they first aired. I didn't watch them all, and I didn't watch all the episodes of the ones I did watch. They weren't may favorites. But, as I said, I did watch some of them. And, yes, they are considered classic TV.

While these aren't may favorites, I am still glad to see that older TV shows, particularly those of good quality, are available for viewing.

Perhaps more classic TV shows will become available soon. It makes my Streaming Life so much more enjoyable.

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