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Most probably know but I figured I'd post about ...

 

Logo airs a lot of great classic sitcoms (and some good movies too)

 

Three's Company

Soap

Facts of Life

Roseanne

Golden Girls

All in the Family

Green Acres

Mama's Family

Married ... with Children

Designing Women (was on fairly regularly for a little while but not lately)

Will & Grace (not very often -- I see it on WE a lot)

 

They just added One Day at a Time and Alice last week

 

I honestly think I have Logo on more than any other channel anymore

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26 minutes ago, KMan101 said:

Most probably know but I figured I'd post about ...

 

Logo airs a lot of great classic sitcoms (and some good movies too)

 

Three's Company

Soap

Facts of Life

Roseanne

Golden Girls

All in the Family

Green Acres

Mama's Family

Married ... with Children

Designing Women (was on fairly regularly for a little while but not lately)

Will & Grace (not very often -- I see it on WE a lot)

 

They just added One Day at a Time and Alice last week

 

I honestly think I have Logo on more than any other channel anymore

I have all but Green Acres on DVD. I thought about getting it too on dvd. I still watch Logo for all this shows. I've heard that Alice was on Logo before but then taken off the air. I was so glad to see One Day at a Time added to their schedule. I am a big fan of the show and so disappointed that only one season has been released on dvd. I love that on Saturdays they began with season 4 which I haven't seen in years and during the week they are up to season 2 which I haven't seen in a long time too.

 

Logo also had Prince Charming, the gay version of The Bachelor. And now is going to have another gay theme dating show.

 

Logo is one of my favorite channels to watch.

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I used to have a lot of them on DVD. They got sold over the years LOL but even when I had them I still watched on TV and many shows are either on Hulu or Netflix or you can find them on YouTube anymore but I still like watching them on TV.

 

I don't really care for the original shows they put out. Not sure why, there's more to being a gay than drinking and sleeping around JMO. I know I'm shortchanging some of the shows but eh ... lol. I think they play up the stereotypes. I don't know. I guess I don't "do the scene" it doesn't really appeal to me. I don't even watch Drag Race and I found that to be fairly entertaining (the few times I caught an episode). They moved it to VH1. Which I don't really understand. But it probably gets a bigger audience there.

 

I'm so happy they added One Day at a Time and Alice. I have so many seasons of them I haven't seen. I know ODAT was on Antenna TV for a while but I now live where I can't get it like I used to be able to so I never got to see the full run. I was happy they started with Season 4 too, it was very solid. I forgot how good Alice was. It's been at least 10 years since I've seen Alice (Pax/Ion aired it back in 2007/2008 along with Mama's Family). I was also beyond happy when they added Mama's Family but I get ME-TV and it airs on there so I was able to watch it again.

 

All of those shows are favorites of mine. I've seen most a billion times, probably truly a billion times, but they're classic. I can re-watch and re-watch like it's the first time I've seen them.

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23 minutes ago, KMan101 said:

I used to have a lot of them on DVD. They got sold over the years LOL but even when I had them I still watched on TV and many shows are either on Hulu or Netflix or you can find them on YouTube anymore but I still like watching them on TV.

 

 

I have Netflix and got it for Fuller House and had Hulu but canceled it because it would not work on my TV and I also like seeing my shows on TV which I could from Netflix but not Hulu.

23 minutes ago, KMan101 said:

 

 

I don't really care for the original shows they put out. Not sure why, there's more to being a gay than drinking and sleeping around JMO. I know I'm shortchanging some of the shows but eh ... lol. I think they play up the stereotypes. I don't know. I guess I don't "do the scene" it doesn't really appeal to me. I don't even watch Drag Race and I found that to be fairly entertaining (the few times I caught an episode). They moved it to VH1. Which I don't really understand. But it probably gets a bigger audience there.

 

 

Ditto.....I watched Drag Race a few seasons ago and found some of the episodes interesting but overall it wasn't for me.....LOL.  I use to like the game show RuPaul was hosting but it disappeared for some reason. It was nice seeing the hunky models with those boxes....LOLOLOL

23 minutes ago, KMan101 said:

 

 

I'm so happy they added One Day at a Time and Alice. I have so many seasons of them I haven't seen. I know ODAT was on Antenna TV for a while but I now live where I can't get it like I used to be able to so I never got to see the full run. I was happy they started with Season 4 too, it was very solid. I forgot how good Alice was. It's been at least 10 years since I've seen Alice (Pax/Ion aired it back in 2007/2008 along with Mama's Family). I was also beyond happy when they added Mama's Family but I get ME-TV and it airs on there so I was able to watch it again.

 

All of those shows are favorites of mine. I've seen most a billion times, probably truly a billion times, but they're classic. I can re-watch and re-watch like it's the first time I've seen them.

I get Me-TV and watch Mama's Family and The Carol Burnett Show plus WW and The Incredible Hulk on the weekend with some Batman and Robin too. I catch Love Boat too on the weekends on Me TV.  I can't wait for Alice to get into the later seasons that haven't been released on DVD. I haven't seen those in a long time. I am DVR the One Day a Time episodes.

 

I don't get me Antenna TV either...

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Yeah they have (my former roommate used to watch 1 Girl 5 Gays constantly, which was actually kind of entertaining I suppose). But I really like what they've become. The older sitcoms must do well for them as they keep adding them. They could only run the same gay oriented movies over and over again for so long LOL. I'm sure some want more original content but I like that they air what they do.

 

Drag Race isn't bad ... Prince Charming probably wasn't either but eh ... Fire Island looks like it's all about drinking and hooking up which is fine and all, not judging, LOL, but meh again ...

 

Funny you mention the game show, that's something I did like too and how they had people like Marla Gibbs, Jackee (Logo used to also air 227 for a while) on it. Must not have done well.

 

I like the Cocktails and Classics where they drink and dish on classic movies like Clue, Romy & Michele's High School Reunion and they're doing Hairspray (the 1988 version) on Sunday.

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7 hours ago, KMan101 said:

Yeah they have (my former roommate used to watch 1 Girl 5 Gays constantly, which was actually kind of entertaining I suppose). But I really like what they've become. The older sitcoms must do well for them as they keep adding them. They could only run the same gay oriented movies over and over again for so long LOL. I'm sure some want more original content but I like that they air what they do.

 

Drag Race isn't bad ... Prince Charming probably wasn't either but eh ... Fire Island looks like it's all about drinking and hooking up which is fine and all, not judging, LOL, but meh again ...

 

Funny you mention the game show, that's something I did like too and how they had people like Marla Gibbs, Jackee (Logo used to also air 227 for a while) on it. Must not have done well.

 

I like the Cocktails and Classics where they drink and dish on classic movies like Clue, Romy & Michele's High School Reunion and they're doing Hairspray (the 1988 version) on Sunday.

Yeah though I did miss those times they aired those short films and the Logo Movie House and NSFD 

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Logo adding One Day at a Time really is a blast from the past. I suppose it was rerun after going off the air, but certainly never to a level of even a third rate show like Full House. And the guest stars---David Duke, Robby Benson, Mark Hamill (which I missed, darn it). It's like a treasure trove of the seventies.

 

The stories haven't really aged well---but damn, it proves Valerie Bertinelli has barely changed in 40 years.

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20 minutes ago, P.J. said:

Logo adding One Day at a Time really is a blast from the past. I suppose it was rerun after going off the air, but certainly never to a level of even a third rate show like Full House. And the guest stars---David Duke, Robby Benson, Mark Hamill (which I missed, darn it). It's like a treasure trove of the seventies.

 

The stories haven't really aged well---but damn, it proves Valerie Bertinelli has barely changed in 40 years.

It was rerun for years on E! in the 90s and has been on Antenna TV for like two years.

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11 minutes ago, All My Shadows said:

It was rerun for years on E! in the 90s and has been on Antenna TV for like two years.

 

I didn't have E! in the 90s and Antenna TV dropped it recently from what I recall unless it airs on the weekend. I don't get Antenna TV anymore so I'm thrilled Logo added it. It's the first time for me seeing many of the seasons :)

 

It really hasn't been rerun to death like other shows, neither has Alice. So this is very welcome.

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1 hour ago, P.J. said:

Logo adding One Day at a Time really is a blast from the past. I suppose it was rerun after going off the air, but certainly never to a level of even a third rate show like Full House. And the guest stars---David Duke, Robby Benson, Mark Hamill (which I missed, darn it). It's like a treasure trove of the seventies.

 

The stories haven't really aged well---but damn, it proves Valerie Bertinelli has barely changed in 40 years.

I floved John Putch who played Bob. He had a crush on Barbara. I also floved Boyd Gaines who played her husband in later seasons.

52 minutes ago, KMan101 said:

 

I didn't have E! in the 90s and Antenna TV dropped it recently from what I recall unless it airs on the weekend. I don't get Antenna TV anymore so I'm thrilled Logo added it. It's the first time for me seeing many of the seasons :)

 

Same here. It's too bad E! went to hell with the Kardashians....it used to be a good channel once upon a time.

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Yeah, I used to wish I had E! back then, it aired Melrose Place late at night, some sitcoms .... remember the days of channels being scrambled? And the box you had to slide the slider to the channel ...

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2 hours ago, KMan101 said:

 

I didn't have E! in the 90s and Antenna TV dropped it recently from what I recall unless it airs on the weekend. I don't get Antenna TV anymore so I'm thrilled Logo added it. It's the first time for me seeing many of the seasons :)

 

It really hasn't been rerun to death like other shows, neither has Alice. So this is very welcome.

I didn't realize Antenna had taken it off! I knew it had been relegated to Friday nights for a while.

ALICE is supposed to be joining Antenna at some point this year or next, so since I don't have Logo, I'm looking forward to that. I'm just glad we're back in a golden age of classic TV reruns. For a long, long time there in the early 2000s, I'd say about 2005 through 2012 or so, it looked like older shows were disappearing, never to be seen again. Now, it's so easy to find so many.

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10 hours ago, KMan101 said:

Prince Charming probably wasn't either but eh

 

The only funny thing about Prince Charming was finding out that the "Prince" had a past as a hooker, who also did a lot of nasty things for his clients online + was Marc Jacobs hired "escort" for a while.

 

Oh, and Robby.

 

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4 hours ago, KMan101 said:

Yeah, I used to wish I had E! back then, it aired Melrose Place late at night, some sitcoms .... remember the days of channels being scrambled? And the box you had to slide the slider to the channel ...

Ha...I remember those days!

4 hours ago, te. said:

 

The only funny thing about Prince Charming was finding out that the "Prince" had a past as a hooker, who also did a lot of nasty things for his clients online + was Marc Jacobs hired "escort" for a while.

 

 

 

 

Then he wasn't really a prince charming...was he?...LOL  I don't think he is with his pick anymore either.

4 hours ago, te. said:

 

 

 

Oh, and Robby.

 

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Lord....Robby is a hot mess. Sorry but I don't go for the Robby type.....LOL

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