Favorite Norman Lear TV ShowNorman Lear reinvented TV in the 70's with some of the best tv shows ever that dealt with a new range of topics never before dealt with in a situation comedy. Which one is your all time favorite???
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I would have loved to have seen the faces of the executives at the play-it-safe network when this one was pitched. Somebody took a wonderful chance and history was made. - mgenet
This show changed US tv forever dealing with racism and many other topics like never before. It gave us one of TV greatest characters in Archie Bunker.
Great show I think it changed some things in the American chaiter THank you Mr. Lear and happy birth day.
Maude finally presented the first real woman on tv - opinionated, hypocritical, overbearing and bossy. Right On Maude!
Spinoff from the Bunkers showing their neighbors moving on up to the richer side of NY. It contained the black version of Archie Bunker in the character of George Jefferson.V 1 Comment
The Evans family represented issues for blacks living in the Chicago ghetto. The show is still Dy-no-mite.
Redd Foxx, as the hysterical Sanford, brings tv the first successful all black tv show.
A first for tv a divorce single mother bring up her two kids one day at a time.
The weird Mary Hartman and friends.
A political show for the 90's.
A wacky hotel based on the play of the same name.
A spinoff of Mary Hartman Mary Hartman
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