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Sundance TV Announces Classic TV Weekday Programming Block

SundanceTV will feature sitcoms “MASH,” “All in the Family,” “The Bob Newhart Show,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Andy Griffith Show” a daily seven hour (6 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET) programming block featuring one show on each day. To kick off the new programming block, SundanceTV will air a 48-hour marathon of “MASH,” beginning Sunday, November 6 at 6a ET. “MASH” will air regularly on Monday, followed by “All in the Family” on Tuesday, “The Bob Newhart Show” on Wednesday, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” on Thursday and “The Andy Griffith Show” on Friday.

“Just as we’ve turned Wednesday nights into the showcase for SundanceTV originals, we want to turn our daytime weekdays into a celebration of some of the most iconic and award winning shows in TV history,” said Jan Diedrichsen, Executive Director, SundanceTV. “SundanceTV celebrates visionary and breakthrough storytelling, and many of today’s leading creators in both television and film cite these TV classics as ongoing inspirations. The humor, characters, progressive storylines and timeless themes of these award-winning shows still resonate and we are proud to be presenting them to the SundanceTV audience.”

Additionally, SundanceTV is developing original packaging and interstitials to air throughout the daily block and on Sundance.tv.

Written by Marc Berman

Marc Berman

Marc Berman has been writing professionally since 1999 and is the author of the “Mr. Television” for Campaign US (www.campaignlive.com). Most recently, Berman was the creator and Editor-in-Chief of website and newsletter TV Media Insights for Cross MediaWorks. From 1999-2011, he was the Senior Editor for Mediaweek and has also written for The New York Daily News, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and Emmy Magazine, among others. Berman has also appeared on “Entertainment Tonight,” “Extra,” “Access Hollywood,” “Inside Edition,” “The CBS Evening News,” E!, CNN, CNBC, Fox News and MSNBC.

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  1. There are a ton of ways to watch classic television. Between this, streaming services and whole networks dedicated to classic TV, you’ll never run out of old reruns to watch.