55 episodes

The podcast that brings you TV memories of the 70s/80s with a focus on short lived TV shows and TV movies you may have forgotten about!

Forgotten TV Chris Cooling

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7 • 68 Ratings

The podcast that brings you TV memories of the 70s/80s with a focus on short lived TV shows and TV movies you may have forgotten about!

    Forgotten TV ep 40-Angie

    Forgotten TV ep 40-Angie

    The 1979-80 ABC series Angie is fully considered. Starring Donna Pescow, Robert Hays, Sharon Spelman, Doris Roberts, and Debralee Scott. Series developers Alan Eisenstock & Larry Mintz appear in the interview segment.
    Timecodes:
    0-52:05 Intro-series overview
    52:05-2:01:05 Behind The Scenes
    2:01:05-2:45:50 Conversation with Alan Eisenstock & Larry Mintz
    2:45:50-end After Angie/wrapup
    Buy Angie on DVD!
    Robert Hays can be found on Cameo.
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    Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
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    Happier Days by Marley BrandtThe Naked Truth by Jean-Pierre DorleacRaised by the Stars by Nick ThomasUnsold TV Pilots by Lee GoldbergAmazon links are affiliate.
    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast. All mentioned TV series, specials, movies, commercials, and clips are the property of their respective copyright holders. 
    Copyright 2021 Forgotten TV Media

    • 3 hr 9 min
    Forgotten TV Angie Preview

    Forgotten TV Angie Preview

    A preview of the upcoming consideration of the 1979-80 ABC series Angie, coming soon!
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    Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
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    Amazon links are affiliate.
    "Stringed Disco" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    • 3 min
    Forgotten TV ep 39-Automan

    Forgotten TV ep 39-Automan

    The 1983-84 ABC series Automan is fully considered.
    Timecodes:
    0-54:12 Intro/Automan episode review54:12-1:28:07 Behind the Scenes Pt 11:28:07-end Behind the Scenes Pt 2/wrapup
    Billy Hinche can be found on Facebook, YouTube, and Cameo.
    Hewlogram video
    Hewlogram-Behind the Scenes
    Automan theme renditionsJavier Bustacara RuizSTEFANO ERCOLINO OfficialRichard KorpelBullbayliss MusicWolf Heathen - Chiptune & SynthwaveThe Time Warp
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    Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
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    Forgotten TV Amazon Wishlist
    Amazon links are affiliate.
    Etheric Echoes by Dreamstate Logic used with permission under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license
    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast. All mentioned TV series, specials, movies, commercials, and clips are the property of their respective copyright holders. 
    Copyright 2020 Forgotten TV Media

    • 2 hr 8 min
    Forgotten TV Automan Preview

    Forgotten TV Automan Preview

    A preview of the upcoming consideration of the 1983-84 ABC series Automan, coming soon to this podcast feed!
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    Support Forgotten TV with Paypal
    Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
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    Forgotten TV Amazon Wishlist
    Amazon links are affiliate.
    Etheric Echoes by Dreamstate Logic used with permission under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license

    • 2 min
    Forgotten TV ep 38-Spooky Retro Clip Show

    Forgotten TV ep 38-Spooky Retro Clip Show

    Just some fun on this episode featuring a trip down memory lane throughout the 70s and 80s with commercials, special episode promos, long-forgotten TV specials, clips, songs, old PSAs, bumpers, horror host intros....its a spoooky clip show on this episode of Forgotten TV! 
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    Support Forgotten TV with Paypal-one time or recurring
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    Amazon links are affiliate.
    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast. All mentioned TV series, specials, movies, commercials, and clips are the property of their respective copyright holders. 
    Copyright 2020 Forgotten TV Media

    • 55 min
    Forgotten TV ep 37-James at 15

    Forgotten TV ep 37-James at 15

    A complete look at the 1977-78 NBC series James at 15. Including interviews with show creator Dan Wakefield and writer April Smith.
    Timecodes
    0-1:21:45  Intro and episode review
    1:21:45-2:08:45 Behind the Scenes
    2:08:45-3:29:40 Interviews
    3:29:40-3:49:25 Wrapup/final thoughts
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    Amazon links are affiliate.
    Dan Wakefield's books on Amazon
    April Smith's books on Amazon
    Lee Montgomery/Laury Shelly's Go Fund Me
    Randall Lee Richards website
    Music stingers/bumpers are used under license from Epidemic Sound. "Stringed Disco" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by any production company or TV network involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast.  
    Copyright 2020 Forgotten TV Media

    • 3 hr 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Megowee ,

Can’t believe you remembered Angie!!

Thanks for pulling back the memories of a sitcom I loved as a kid but seems to have fallen into obscurity today. Angie is the first show I remember being set in my hometown of Philadelphia. Now in Boston, your podcast took me back to my warm days in the city of brotherly love, rearranging the antennas to try and get a better picture from WPVI. Your research is beyond exhaustive. I was amazed to hear of the connection between Angie and a character from Laverne and Shirley. Perhaps you could do something on another Philly-sat sitcom, the Tony Randall Show. I recently discovered this on YouTube, having no memories of its existence. Keep up the good work!

Pres De Ramparts de Seville ,

AfterMASH!!!!

Thank you for that thoroughly researched episode of AfterMASH! I was just a kid when it aired, and never caught it, despite watching MASH just about every day of my adult life. So grateful for your intimate detail of each episode. It does sounds like an interesting view of the home front after the war, too bad it was suffocated in its execution.

JJWhitney ,

An amazing researcher

If you love 70s/80s television, you can’t go wrong with this podcast. The research and interviews are in depth and fascinating. Thank you so much for this!

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