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Welcome to The Classic TV Database - The Golden Days of Television Live Here!

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Launched in 1995, the Classic TV Database is dedicated to the best TV shows to air on primetime television since 1950. We have carefully curated a selection of the best classic TV shows that span the history of television to come up with our favorite sitcoms, dramas and other programs from the last 65+ years. Whether it was smart writing, great casting or its impact on popular culture, we believe each of these series deserve to be recognized as a "classic" in our database. Rediscover unforgettable characters, watch episodes online or listen to theme songs of some of the most popular TV series of all-time. Complete seasons of your favorite TV shows on DVD are also available for purchase. Enjoy tuning into memory lane with us!
Since December 29, 1995 118 shows have been added to The Classic TV Database!

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