80s Tv Series to Rediscover

Charles in Charge (1984-1990)

Rated NR

Acting as a live-in nanny to the three Pembroke children to help pay his way through college, Charles is supposed to be in charge of the household. But most of the time, it’s a toss-up as to who’s really running the show.

The Cosby Show (1984-1992)

Rated NR

Meet the Brooklyn-based Huxtables, an African-American family led by lovable doctor Cliff and his attorney wife, Claire. This groundbreaking first season introduces the couple and their kids — Sondra, Denise, Theo, Vanessa and Rudy — and shares their admirable attempts at celebrating one another’s unique personalities

Golden Girls (1985-1992)

This Emmy Award-winning sitcom for Outstanding Comedy Series quickly became a fan favorite.  Disparate Florida seniors who share a house, their dreams, more than a few boyfriends and … a boatload of cheesecake. Season one is a laugh-riot from beginning to end, so please, visit the Sunshine State — you’ll be glad you did!

Knight Rider (1982-1986)

Rated NR

A police detective, injured in the line of duty, who reemerges with a new face and name: Michael Knight. Now, he fights crime for a clandestine organization with his supercharged car, K.I.T.T. With help from Knight Industries exec Devon Miles and car mechanic Bonnie Barstow, Michael and K.I.T.T. take down criminals who operate above the law.

To this day, I still want a car that talks and let’s face it I had a little crush on David Hasselhoff.

Perfect Strangers (1986-1993)

Rated NR

Excited to be on his own in Chicago, uptight Wisconsinite Larry ends up with a new roommate: his long-lost, ever-cheerful cousin Balki Bartokomous, an ex-sheepherder recently arrived from the Mediterranean island nation of Mypos. These perfect strangers prove to be a strangely perfect match in the first two seasons of this classic odd-couple sitcom, which began its eight-year run in 1986.

synopsis by Netflix.

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