Your ultimate '80s-early '90s prime time TV

Ok, so say you were put in charge of programming prime time TV for a station. You basically have 10 hours of programming to choose - Monday through Friday, 8pm-10pm.

The big caveat is that you can only use prime time shows from the '80s to 'early 90s…say 1980-1993.

Other caveats:

–you don’t have to program a show in its original slot

–you can choose shows that originally aired any day of the week (meaning if something came on Saturday evenings, you can still pick it)

–it had to originally air during prime time (no Saturday morning cartoons, Wide World of Sports, etc)

–if you choose something like Monday Night Football or Monday Night Raw, that takes up your entire Monday two-hour block

–shows have to have aired at least one season during the 1980-1993 range

There’s a LOT of stuff you could choose from - Incredible Hulk, Fall Guy, Airwolf, Dukes of Hazzard, Magnum PI, A-Team, Cosby Show, Family Matters, Unsolved Mysteries, Cheers, Alf, MASH, Diff’rent Strokes, Simpsons, WKRP in Cincinnati, Greatest American Hero, Newhart, Jeffersons…

What do you pick for your ultimate lineup?

247 alf. 

used to love magnum, simon and simon, wkrp, police squad

ABC's TGIF lineups and Home Improvement.

Family Ties


That’s all for now

Cheers, Family Ties, and Mash.

Three's Company, 24 hrs a day.

And NO fucking Night Court!

Laziest Nick At Night Programming Director!

Monday- Comedy

Three's Company, Night Court (sorry Gumby), Taxi, Cheers

Tuesday - Dramas

Hill Street Blues, St. Elsewhere

Wednesday - Sci-Fi

ST:TNG, Battlestar Galactica

Thursday- Action

Knight Rider, A-Team

Friday - Music

MTV: 120 Minutes