Let’s take a look at some of the most enjoyable throughout television history.
3. 1995: Fox’s “Cool Like Us”
Includes America’s Most Wanted, Melrose Place, The Simpsons, Married with Children, Misery Loves Company, The X-Files, Beverly Hills, 90210, Party of Five
4. 1994: “Fox Is Kickin’ It”
Includes Cops, The Simpsons, Martin, Living Single, The X-Files, Beverly Hills, 90210
5. 1993: “The Stars Are Back On NBC”
Includes Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, Fraiser, Blossom, Mad About You, Seinfeld, Saved by the Bell: The College Years
6. 1992: “This Is CBS”
Includes Murphy Brown, Hearts Afire, Northern Exposure, Rescue 911, Major Dad, Murder, She Wrote
7. 1992: “It Must Be ABC”
Includes America’s Funniest Home Videos, Full House, Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, Roseanne, Coach The Commish, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, The Wonder Years, Doogie Howser, M.D., Home Improvement, Step By Step
8. 1990: “NBC, The Place To Be”
Includes Parenthood, Working It Out, The Golden Girls, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Ferris Bueller, Unsolved Mysteries, Quantum Leap
9. 1990: “America Is Watching ABC”
Includes Family Matters, Roseanne, Full House, The Wonder Years, Doogie Houser, M.D.
10. 1989: CBS “Get Ready”
Includes Muppet Babies, Murphy Brown, Jake and the Fatman, Top of the Hill, Falcon Crest, Knots Landing
11. 1988: “Come Home to the Best Only on NBC”
Includes The Golden Girls, Empty Nest, Family Ties, Day by Day, Alf, The Hogan Family, Midnight Caller, My Two Dads, Rage Hard, Miami Vice
12. 1987: NBC’s “Come Home”
Includes The Facts of Life, The Golden Girls, Family Ties, My Two Dads, Matlock, The Cosby Show, Night Court, Cheers
13. 1987: “CBS Spirit”
Includes Everything’s Relative, 60 Minutes, Newhart, Designing Women, Magnum, P.I., Knots Landing, Falcon Crest, Dallas
I swear I saw Tom Selleck’s mustache appear in front of a waterfall in this.
14. 1987: ABC’s “Something’s Happening”
Includes Dolly, MacGyver, Who’s the Boss?, Growing Pains, Moonlighting, Full House, Max Headroom
15. 1986: NBC’s “We Belong Together”
Includes Spenser: For Hire, MacGuyver, Who’s the Boss?, Growing Pains, Moonlighting, Jack and Mike
16. 1986: “Come Home To NBC”
Includes The Facts of Life, Our House, Easy Street, Matlock, Alf, St. Elsewhere, Cheers, The Cosby Show, Night Court, The A-Team
17. 1984: “NBC, Let’s All Be There”
Includes, Miami Vice, SNL, Different Strokes, Hot Pursuit, Silver Spoons, Remington Steele, It’s Your Move, Riptide, Highway To Heaven
18. 1981: “Now is the Time, ABC is the Place”
Includes The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Hart To Hart, Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, Three’s Company, Mork and Mindy, Dynasty, Taxi, Bosom Buddies
19. 1980: “Proud As A Peacock”
20. 1979: ABC’s “Still The One”
21. 1977: “Still The One”
Includes Charlie’s Angels, Fish, Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries, Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, Three’s Company, Soap, Welcome Back, Kotter, What’s Happening!!
Please validate your account to contribute content.
Preview Your Response
- mage13414 A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel...
- jessicar14 A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel... and thinks it’s Win
- pajiba.com readers just made A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel... hotter
- crystalo2 A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel... and thinks it’s LOL, Cute & Win
- jessafair A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel... and thinks it’s LOL & Win
- yigef thinks A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel... is LOL, Cute & Win
- Tanner Ringerud thinks A Brief History Of Cheesy Network Tel... is SMH & LMAO
I honestly love when networks do this. Maybe because it shows they have confidence that they won’t cancel a show three episodes in or maybe because it makes it seem like a family that I get to spend time with (boy, that latter statement seems sad). How about posting those pretty great ones The WB did?
Man, I miss the 80s Come Home promos! It was a time when these celebrities seemed so middle class and happy. The truth was television celebrities were the same overpaid miscreants, addicts, and deviants they are now. Did you know Natalie from the Facts of Life was basically Lindsey Lohan, Charlie Sheen, and Sir Ben “coke on my nips” Kingsley all rolled into one? Of course you didn’t, it was ‘87! We didn’t know, so we couldn’t save her. God knows Tootie tried.