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Today in TV History. On the series finale roster: “Perry Mason” on CBS in 1966, “Hart To Hart” on ABC in 1984, “3rd Rock From the Sun” on NBC in 2001 and ABC's “Alias” in 2006. Of the four, “Perry Mason” had the longest run at nine seasons (and 271 episodes). And, in 1992, Johnny Carson made his ...
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Today in TV History. It was all a dream when Bob Newhart woke up next to his first TV wife, Suzanne Pleshette, in the 1990 series-finale of CBS sitcom “Newhart.” Comparably, this is considered to be one of the best conclusions of any series in the history of television.
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Today in TV History. There were two drama finales: NBC's multiple Emmy Award winning “L.A. Law” in 1994 and “Murder, She Wrote” on CBS in 1996. “L.A. Law” aired for eight seasons, while “Murder, She Wrote” enjoyed a 12-season run (with four follow-up made-for television movies).
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Today in TV History. Classic jump the shark moment in 1985: Terrorists interrupted the wedding of Amanda (Catherine Oxenberg) and Prince Michael (Michael Praed) on the insane "Moldavian massacre" fifth season-finale of ABC's “Dynasty.” In 1977, the clan called Anderson reunited for the first of ...
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Today in TV History. Four sitcoms of note concluded: “Barney Miller” on ABC in 1982, “Cheers” on NBC in 1993, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” on NBC in 1996, and ABC's “Roseanne” in 1997. Later that evening 22 years ago, the visibly intoxicated cast of “Cheers” gathered for a live episode of “The ...
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Today in TV History. There were two series finales of note: Robert Blake crime solver “Baretta” on ABC in 1978 and CBS sitcom “Murphy Brown” in 1998. “Baretta,” of course, starred Robert Blake and it was the revised version of “Toma,” which ended after one season (1973-74) when Tony Musante quit ...
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TV Media Insights is the new online destination for television and media. Marc Berman mines dozens of media resources, researches and gathers the information and metrics and delivers to our readers, the very information that you are hungry for.
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Marc Berman (a.k.a. “Mr. Television”) is the Editor in Chief for TV Media Insights, the new online destination for television and media – home page, newsletter, forum, podcast, and much more — that launched on September 6. Prior to TV Media Insights, Berman was the creator and editor of The Programming Insider, an online bible for trade magazine Mediaweek that reached more than 50,000 readers per day and focused on any – and all – information pertaining to television.

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