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my TV memories

Though Julia (1968-71, NBC) is now remembered as being a groundbreaking TV series, while on the air, it was derided by critics for being apolitical and unrealistic. Diahann Carroll herself remarked in 1968, "At the moment we're presenting the white Negro. And he has very little Negroness."

The Donna Reed Show (1958-66 ABC) — starring Reed as 'Donna Stone', Carl Betz as her husband 'Dr. Alex Stone', Paul Peterson as son 'Jeff' and Shelley Fabares as daughter 'Mary'.

M*A*S*H Forty years ago, on Sept. 17, 1972, a TV show about an army surgical hospital premiered. Although it had been based on a popular movie, many wondered if a dramedy about war would be successful. It was slow going in the first season, but "M*A*S*H" gained a devoted audience and became one of the most beloved and longest-running series in history.

Another great cop show