80s

4 Knight Rider Spin-offs Even The Most Die-Hard Fans Didn't Know Existed

Back in the weird and wonderful world of 1982, a hit new show was about to make its mark on television history. In a police detective meets science fiction series, David Hasselhoff plays the Foundation for Law and Government (F.L.A.G.) agent Michael Knight, who cruises in the legendary high-tech vehicle KITT fighting crime wherever his wheels take him. The show was immensely popular with its snappy lines and tough stance on justice, bringing with it a whole wave of cultural references that we all use today without realizing it. Even though the original series only lasted for

Pop Culture

7 Shows That Prove We Were All A Little Obsessed With Anime

These English-dubbed Japanese anime shows were aired on channels like Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network. Here's a list of some of our favorites! DigimonMost of us started out watching Pokémon, so Digimon was pretty cool to watch too. It was nice to hear what the Digimon thought, whereas the only Pokémon that could say something was Meowth, and he was annoying anyway. thevoxremixes.bandcamp.comYu-Gi-Oh!This fantasy card game nearly became our reality, whether it was watching the lives of young Yugi Moto and his friends Joey, Tristan, and Téa or playing the trading card game with our friends. IlVideogioco.comSailor

90s

Pappyland Was The Best Show You Don't Remember

Morning television as a kid was the thing we all looked forward to. Whether it was cartoons, infomercials (don't @ me I loved those) or whatever else you watched while eating your cereal, you knew there was something to look forward to. Up until recently, I had completely forgotten about the absolute best morning television show in existence. Who remembers Pappyland?Rolling StoneI'll wait until your nostalgia stops punching you in the face. The show aired on TLC as part of their Ready, Set, Learn! lineup. Pappy Drewitt, which is a level of clever I never appreciated as a child, lived

90s

Without Dolly Parton, One Of The Most Iconic '90s Shows Would Never Have Been Made

Buffy The Vampire Slayer was (and still is) one of the best shows of our generation. The supernatural drama ran for seven seasons, which honestly was not enough vampire butt-kicking time, but we'll take what we can get. EmpireRecently, the show turned 20 years old, and people began wondering if a reunion or revival were in the works. When asked about that possibility, Buffy herself was on the fence. "I have always believed that what was so unique about the show was the use of horrors of those formative years," Sarah Michelle Geller said. "With high school and college as

70s

7 Game Shows From The 70s You Totally Forgot Existed

We all love watching game shows and luckily there have always been so many to choose between. Whether you like a trivia based game, a strategy game or something completely outrageous, there has always been a show for you. A lot of new games shows get launched every year, so it's easy to forget some of the ones that we grew up with. How many of these do you remember? Hot SeatABCIt was a lot like The Newlywed Game except with one added component: A lie detector. Your emotions and nerve responses get tracked while you answer questions about about

Celebrities

No One Remembers 'Square Pegs', But The Drama Behind The Scenes Is Unforgettable

Sarah Jessica Parker is one of the biggest names in Hollywood. She has had plenty of successful movies, done a bunch of theater, and we all know she was the star of the super popular show Sex and the City. HBOBut before she became the one and only Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker starred in a show that only a few people seem to remember. It was called Square Pegs and it was one of her first acting jobs ever. JustWatchThe show was a good representative of how a lot of us felt in high school. It had a simple

Celebrities

There Could Be a Reboot of Blossom in the Works, And We Aren't Sure How To Feel About It

These was a lot of amazing shows out there for 90s kids, whether it was Full House, Boy Meets World, or Saved by the Bell. Each of these shows had their own unique style, but none were quite as cool as Blossom. NBCBlossom had everything a kid could need: A style icon, a dreamy heartthrob and a bunch of celebrity cameos! It was an awesome show and really stood out in the sea of programming for kids. These days, everything is all about the remakes. Full House became Fuller House, Boy Meets World became Girl Meets World, and now there

90s

How Many Of These Classic PBS Shows Can You Still Name?

There were a lot of shows that kids watched when we were kids. We also had this enormous library of VHS tapes to pull from so we were never bored. But there was one channel that stood above the rest: PBS. PBSPBS was the best of the best. They had children's programming on for hours and hours and all of it was amazing. How many of these PBS shows did you watch? Think you could identify them from a screenshot? Give it a try!1. PBS2. PBS3. PBS4. PBS5. PBS6. PBS7. PBS8. PBS9. PBS10. PBS11. PBS12. PBS13. PBS14. PBS15. PBSHow

90s

Tia Mowry Updated Us On The "Sister, Sister" Reunion And People Are Psyched

Everyone was so thrilled when Tamara Mowry first suggested that they were in the process of making a Sister, Sister reunion, and now Tia Mowry is giving us a little update on how it's going! Tia Mowry explained a little bit about the process of making the original show, saying that “A lot of people might not know this, but every year at the beginning of the season, me and my sister would sit down with the producers and tell them what’s going on with our lives in real life, and they would turn those into stories." She says

80s

They Were One Of The Best TV Families Ever, But Where Is The Cast Of Family Ties Now?

Long before NBC took over the networks with their sitcom schedule in the 90s, a little show called Family Ties came around. It was a unique look at two liberal parents who were raising their kids, one of whom was a Ronald Regan-loving republican named Alex. Obviously we all know that Alex P. Keaton was played by the magnificent Michael J. Fox, but what ever happened to the rest of the cast? Michael J. Fox - Alex P. KeatonSure, he's a household name, but what is he actually up to lately? He went on to star in the Back to