On the list, which one of these are you favorite 80s TV shows in each local channel?


1. Growing Pains

2. Who's the Boss?

3. The Love Boat

4. Head of the Class

5. Mr. Belvedere

6. Perfect Strangers

7. Dynasty (1981)

8. Too Close for Comfort

9. T.J. Hooker

10. There's Company

11. Bosom Buddies

12. Just the Ten of Us

13. Spenser: For Hire

14. Hardcastle and McCormick

15. China Beach

16. thirtysomething

17. Full House

18. Roseanne

19. The Wonder Years

20. Webster


1. Magnum P.I. (1980)

2. Newhart

3. Murder, She Wrote

4. Cagney & Lacey

5. Designing Women

6. Simon & Simon

7. Kate & Allie

8. Alice

9. Dallas (1978)

10. The Jeffersons

11. Charles in Charge

12. Trapper John, M.D.

13. Airwolf

14. Scarecrow and Mrs. King

15. Tour of Duty (1987)

16. Jake and the Fatman

17. Private Benjamin

18. Goodnight, Beantown

19. Crazy Like a Fox

20. Frank's Place

21. The Equalizer (1985)


1. Cheers

2. The Cosby Show

3. In the Heat of the Night

4. Matlock

5. The Golden Girls

6. Diff'rent Strokes

7. The Facts of Life

8. Family Ties

9. Miami Vice

10. The A-Team

11. Knight Rider

12. L.A. Law

13. ALF

14. SNL (1979-90)

15. Mama's Family

16. CHiPs (1977)

17. Silver Spoons

18. Punky Brewster

19. Highway to Heaven

20. Gimme a Break!

21. Remington Steele

22. Hill Street Blues

23. St. Elsewhere

24. Amazing Stories

25. Hunter (1984)

26. Amen (1986)

27. 227

28. Empty Nest

29. A Different World

30. The Hogan Family

31. Riptide

32. MacGyver

33. Dear John (1988)

34. Rags to Riches

35. Crime Story (1986)

36. Double Trouble (1984)

37. Father Murphy

38. Love, Sidney


Have you ever watched or ever heard of these TV shows of the 80s?

Update 2:

For NBC: 39. Night Court

Update 3:

For ABC: 22. Benson

Update 4:

For ABC: 21. Hart to Hart

Update 5:

For CBS: 22. The Dukes of Hazzard

9 Answers

  • 4 months ago
    Favorite Answer


    ABC--Three's Company.  You know, it's really a much better show than people give it credit for...yeah, the characters were a bit shallow, but it was farce.  John Ritter was an expert in physical comedy and sight gags.  Norman Fell and Audra Lindley were hysterical.

    CBS--Newhart.  OK, I admit, I'm a huge Bob Newhart fan.  But how can you not love, "I'm Larry and these are my brothers, Darryl and Darryl."  And Tom Poston was great as George the Handyman.  One of the best final episodes ever, and possibly the greatest final scene of all time...bringing back Suzanne Pleshette was a touch of genius.  Little known fact.  The episode was directed by Dick Martin, or Rowan and Martin fame.

    NBC--Without a doubt, Cheers.  That's one of my 5 or so favorite shows of all time.  Possibly the best scene from the show's entire run......


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  • 3 months ago

    ABC:Full House//Roseanne

    CBS:Murder, She Wrote

    NBC:Golden Girls

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    whose the boss, scarecrow and mrs king, different strokes,

  • 4 months ago

    ABC: Three's Company

    CBS: Murder, She Wrote

    NBC: The Golden Girls

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  • 4 months ago

    ABC: Full House

    NBC: Cheers

    CBS: Dallas

  • Judy
    Lv 7
    4 months ago


    Growing Pains

    Mr. Belvedere

    The Wonder Years



    The Jeffersons



    The Cosby Show

    Family Ties

    The A-Team

    Mama's Family


    Different Strokes

  • 4 months ago


    St. Elsewhere was the most innovative realistic  medical series ever created at that time, where the patients literally died. Compared to all the others of past decades where the doctor always saved them.

    Hill Street Blues for the same reasons, they didn't always catch the bad guys and those portraying the characters of law enforcement did get killed.


    The Wonder Years for the era I literally grew up in.~China Beach                    " " " " "

  • Spike
    Lv 7
    4 months ago


    Perfect Strangers

    The Wonder Years

    Head Of The Class

    Disney Sunday Movie


    Designing Women



    The A-Team

    Remington Steele


    Knight Rider

  • 4 months ago

    Where is Night Court? The only ABC one I’ve watched is Full House because it would play on tv regularly even in 2010, my dad watched the wonder years. For CBS I’ve never been into any of the shows but I’ve probably seen a few episodes of Jeffersons and Magnum. And on NBC I’ve seen Cheers, Cosby show, SNL, Knight Rider, Miami Vice and of course Night Court. 

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