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Forgotten TV

Chris Cooling
TV & FilmTV Reviews

The podcast that brings you TV memories of the 70s and 80s! Including short lived shows, pilots and TV movies you might have forgotten about!


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Latest Episodes

The MTM/CBS 1987 sitcom The Popcorn Kid is fully considered. Also, looks at the historic Brunson Theater in Baytown, Texas and Plaza Theater in Kansas City, Missouri are included. more

3 months ago

A complete look at the CBS 1980-81 TV series Flo starring Polly Holliday. more

4 months ago

A preview of the upcoming podcast on the 1980 CBS series Flo starring Polly Holliday. Flo was a spin-off from CBS's Alice which itself was based on the 1974 film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. more

4 months ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 86 ratings
  • Saturday 6:05 PM

    I wish there were more than 5 stars. My words can not do justice for this podcast. Chris Coolings’ research is incredible. His voice work is the best. I am so happy I have found this diamond. Diamond is not hyperbolic.

    Apple Podcasts
    Saturday 6:05 pm
    United States5 months ago
  • An Exemplary Podcast

    I love podcasts, but I don’t have the patience for “three guys riffing into a mic” style shows. What Chris Cooling has done with “Forgotten TV” is really special: It’s scripted, but never cold or dull. His research on these shows is incredibly deep, but he has a great sense of which details are needed to tell the stories of these ill-fated TV shows. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • Can’t believe you remembered Angie!!

    Thanks for pulling back the memories of a sitcom I loved as a kid but seems to have fallen into obscurity today. Angie is the first show I remember being set in my hometown of Philadelphia. Now in Boston, your podcast took me back to my warm days in the city of brotherly love, rearranging the antennas to try and get a better picture from WPVI. Your research is beyond exhaustive. I was amazed to hear of the connection between Angie and a character from Laverne and Shirley. Perhaps you could do so... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • AfterMASH!!!!

    Thank you for that thoroughly researched episode of AfterMASH! I was just a kid when it aired, and never caught it, despite watching MASH just about every day of my adult life. So grateful for your intimate detail of each episode. It does sounds like an interesting view of the home front after the war, too bad it was suffocated in its execution.

    Apple Podcasts
    Pres De Ramparts de Seville
    United Statesa year ago
  • An amazing researcher

    If you love 70s/80s television, you can’t go wrong with this podcast. The research and interviews are in depth and fascinating. Thank you so much for this!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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