Whatchoo Talkin’ About Willis: 5 Classic Old TV Shows to Watch

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Have you been scrolling through your streaming apps to no avail? You’ve already watched everything that interests you, so what next? 

There are plenty of old TV shows to watch that have stood the test of time. Sure, they might not be as flashy as today’s television shows, but they’re fun and you might see some familiar faces.

We’re here to talk about the best old TV shows to watch next time you’re browsing the internet. Keep reading to learn more. 

1. The Twilight Zone

If you’re into all things mysterious, spooky, and sci-fi, The Twilight Zone is the right show for you. It paved the way for many modern shows and movies and it’s still popular amongst people today (it was even rebooted in 2019, though it wasn’t as popular).

The Twilight Zone is an anthology series. This means that each episode has a different story. There’s a narrator at the center of each episode, Rod Serling. Famous writers, such as George Orwell (of 1984 and Animal Farm fame) worked on several episodes.

This show might be old, but it still holds up. 

2. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

This show is far newer than The Twilight Zone, but The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is still a classic that everyone deserves to watch. It may have been the thing that transformed Will Smith from a rapper to a serious actor. 

This show is about a teenager who moves from his home in Philadelphia to live with his wealthy aunt and uncle in Bel-Air. He gets into all sorts of hijinks with his cousins Hilary, Ashley, and Carlton. 

If you love sitcoms and Will Smith, this is the right show for you. 

3. Full House

Another newer (but still classic) sitcom that everyone can watch is Full House. This child-friendly show features a widower who’s raising his three daughters: DJ, Stephanie, and baby Michelle (played by the then-famous Olsen twins). 

Alongside him were his brother-in-law, Jesse, and his best friend, Joey. 

This show lasted for several years which means that you can watch the daughters grow up and go through their difficult teen years. 

It’s one of the most wholesome sitcoms around and it recently received a sequel: Fuller House

4. The Waltons

This is a lesser-known classic. While it premiered in the seventies, the characters lived during the Depression. It was wholesome, but unlike the other shows on the list, it was more of a drama than a comedy.

If you don’t know of the show, it’s likely that you know about the famous “goodnight scene” at the end of every episode. Every character says goodnight to every other character via voiceover while the camera centers on the outside of the home. 

If you’re wondering about how the actors are doing, check out The Waltons family then and now. 

5. Diff’rent Strokes 

Diff’rent Strokes is most famous for the catchphrase “What-choo talkin’ about Willis?”

It features two African-American boys (Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges) who a wealthy family takes in. This show is similar to Full House with its wholesomeness and the presence of “special episodes” featuring less wholesome topics. 

It had a spinoff called The Facts of Life.

We Love These Old TV Shows to Watch

Start looking for old TV shows to watch when you’re looking for something on your favorite streaming services. You can find them online with ease.

These good old TV shows to watch are perfect for the entire family, so give them a chance!

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