When I was a tyke and network TV was just getting started, a popular program such as I Love Lucy (1951-1957) was seen by 72 percent of those watching television.
Those a bit bored with the hackneyed, angst-filled tales of love and romance among the pretty young things on most channels can find new drama among the more experienced folks in Bravo's Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce.
Over the next couple of days, TV offers some serious viewing on ABC and some educational silliness on A&E. Let's look at the latter first.
Never having been to a play on Broadway, or even to New York for that matter, I always feel a bit hayseedish at Tony time. I'm more of a Golden Globe and Emmy guy.
Unusual for a Thursday night in the first week in June, TV has several worthwhile shows either premiering or returning.
Viewers searching for a few laughs as the hot weather oozes in need look no further than TV Land tonight. Two veteran sitcoms -- Younger and Teachers -- make their new season returns for your viewing pleasure.
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They had me at "wickedly funny and extraordinarily timely satire."
On Tuesday, the pleasant summer diversion America's Got Talent returned for Season 13 on NBC. I was finishing with the new fall schedules and didn't have room to cover it in Tuesday's column, but that's OK. NBC is having a do-over tonight and that gives us a reason to chat about it.