Police Woman was an American television police drama starring Angie Dickinson that ran from September 13, 1974 to March 29, 1978 on NBC.

The show revolved around Sgt. Leanne "Pepper" Anderson (Angie Dickinson), an undercover agent working for the Criminal Conspiracy Unit of the LAPD. Sergeant William "Bill" Crowley (Earl Holliman) was her immediate superior, and Pete Royster (Charles Dierkop) and Joe Styles (Ed Bernard) were the other half of the undercover team that investigated everything from murders to rape and drug crimes. In many episodes, Pepper went undercover (as a prostitute, teacher, nurse, dancer, waitress, etc.) in order to get close enough to the suspects to gain valuable information that will lead to their arrest.

Get Smart is an American comedy television series that satirized the secret agent genre. Created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, the show starred Don Adams as Maxwell Smart as Agent 86, and Barbara Feldon as Agent 99 of CONTROL, a secret U.S. government spy agency. Henry said the show came from a request by Daniel Melnick (partner, with David Susskind, of the show's production company, Talent Associates) to capitalize on "the two biggest things in the entertainment world today" — James Bond and Inspector Clouseau. Brooks said: "It's an insane combination of James Bond and Mel Brooks comedy."

Don Adams is best known for his portrayal of Maxwell Smart, the bumbling secret agent in the classic TV comedy series Get Smart, made from 1965 to 1970. Less well remembered is The Partners which he created and starred in in 1971.

The partners of the title were a pair of bumbling police detectives. In a 2004 interview he described his creation as "Lethal Weapon before there was Lethal Weapon". Adams wanted to use the show and its premise of a black cop and a white cop working together as a vehicle for exploring contemporary social issues. The studio and network opted for a less controversial approach. Arguably, this decision ultimately condemned it to being regarded as little more than an imitation of Get Smart but initial reaction was positive with The Partners testing highest of all NBC shows to that time.

The Rockford Files is an American detective (private investigator) television drama that had its first run on the NBC television network between September 13, 1974 and January 10, 1980 and has been in constant syndication to the present day. The show is notable for the quality of its writing (mainly from Stephen J. Cannell, Juanita Bartlett, and David Chase), the easy charm and charisma of James Garner, who starred as Jim Rockford, and an agile Pontiac Firebird.
The Mama's Family TV show was a comedy series about an old woman who did love her family, but due to her cantankerous ways, she seldom showed it. She disapproved of just about everything her children did and their treatment was nothing compared to that she gave to her daughter-in-law! The only person who was usually safe from her scoldings was her grandson who she adored. Everyone else though had to watch their every move around Mama!
Days of our Lives is an American soap opera, which has aired nearly every weekday since November 8, 1965[5] on the NBC network in the United States, and has since been syndicated to many countries around the world.[6][7][8] The series was created by husband-and-wife team Ted Corday and Betty Corday along with Irna Phillips in 1964,[2] and many of the first stories were written by William J. Bell.

General Hospital (commonly abbreviated GH) is an American soap opera broadcast on the ABC television network during the day and on SOAPnet each weeknight. It is the longest-running serial produced in Hollywood, having been taped at The Prospect Studios (formerly ABC Television Center West) and the Sunset-Gower Studios, as well as the longest-running entertainment program in ABC television history. General Hospital also holds the record for most Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series, with 10 wins.