[NOTE: This was originally named “The Classic/Retro TV Thread,” and has since been renamed to reflect its expanded focus.] I've had the idea of creating a thread like this for a while now, as I had a tendency to go OT in other threads to bring up whatever Decades was showing. This is intended to be a general thread for discussing the programming of channels that specialize in classic TV shows, including (but not limited to) MeTV, Decades, Heroes & Icons, Antenna TV, and Cozi. (I understand that there's a Retro TV, which I don't seem to get, but it deserves a mention because I almost named this "The Retro TV Thread".) Even if you don't get or watch any of these channels, feel free to join in and impress us with your knowledge of arcane TV trivia! ******* In what's liable to be a recurring feature, here's a rundown of the currently scheduled Decades weekend binges (which run from 1 p.m . EST Saturdays to 7:00 a.m. EST Monday mornings).... Currently playing: The Loretta Young Show [Meh, don't know it, no interest.] Jan. 16-17: Hill Street Blues [I understand that this is a well-regarded show, but I didn't watch it in the day and it's a bit past the period that I tune into these channels for. Also, it seems like it's getting plenty of exposure in H&I's lineup.] Jan. 23-24: Kojak [No special interest, but that's a little more in my period of preference at least.] ******* So this morning, I stumbled across a "new" show on Antenna--a one-season wonder from the Sixties that I'd never heard of in my life: It's About Time, a Sherwood Schwartz production that apparently came on before Ed Sullivan in CBS's 1966-1967 Sunday night lineup. The show was about a pair of astronauts who traveled back in time and got stuck in a stereotypically inauthentic version of the stone age, with cavemen and dinosaurs living side-by-side. The cast included caveperson regulars Joe E. Ross (previously of Car 54, Where Are You?) and Imogene Coca. Cheesy as it was, it was also kind of cute and endearing...but I can definitely see why it got canned.