“Full Sail” is a captivating TV series that takes us on a thrilling adventure alongside two friends, Anton Lupan and Pierre Vaillant. Set in 1977, the show follows Anton’s quest to find their lost schooner and reunite with Pierre. Filled with mystery and excitement, this Romanian National Television production promises to keep you on the edge of your seat as Anton embarks on a journey across the Atlantic to Tierra del Fuego. With a talented cast and an intriguing storyline, “Full Sail” is a must-watch for anyone seeking a thrilling and unforgettable TV experience.
Mario Puzo’s The Godfather: The Complete Novel for Television
Hey, have you heard about “Mario Puzo’s The Godfather: The Complete Novel for Television”? It’s a TV show that came out in 1977 and is actually an adaptation of the famous movies, The Godfather and The Godfather: Part II. They’ve re-edited the footage in chronological order and even added some extra scenes that weren’t in the films. Plus, it has an amazing cast including Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro, and more. Definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of the movies!
Mind Your Language
“Mind Your Language” is a hilarious TV show from 1977 that follows Jeremy Brown, a language teacher who takes on the challenge of teaching English to a diverse group of immigrants. With students from various countries like India, France, and China, Jeremy’s lessons often take unexpected turns, resulting in comedic situations. Starring Barry Evans, Françoise Pascal, Albert Moses, and other talented actors, this show is a must-watch for a good laugh and a glimpse into the multicultural classroom of the 70s.
“Three’s Company” is a hilarious TV show that aired in 1977 and was voted as one of the best that year. It revolves around three single roommates, Janet, Chrissy, and Jack, who share an apartment in Santa Monica. Their platonic living arrangement leads to a series of comedic misunderstandings and mishaps, all under the watchful eye of their landlords, Mr. and Mrs. Roper. With a talented cast including John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt, Priscilla Barnes, Don Knotts, and Richard Kline, this show is sure to keep you entertained.
Jesus of Nazareth
“Jesus of Nazareth” is a captivating TV show that brings to life the remarkable story of Jesus Christ, based on the New Testament Gospels. Released in 1977, it features an incredible cast including Robert Powell, Olivia Hussey, and Christopher Plummer. From his birth to his resurrection, this series beautifully portrays the life, ministry, and ultimate sacrifice of Jesus, making it one of the best-voted TV shows of 1977.
“Secret Army” is a captivating World War II drama that aired in 1977. Set in occupied Europe, the show follows Lifeline, a covert organization dedicated to helping allied airmen escape after being shot down. With a talented cast including Bernard Hepton, Angela Richards, Clifford Rose, and Juliet Hammond-Hill, this thrilling series delves into the dangerous world of the Resistance, as they work tirelessly to hide from the Gestapo and save lives.
“The Professionals” is a thrilling TV show that aired in 1977. It follows the lives of Bodie and Doyle, two top agents for Britain’s CI5, as they tackle high-profile crimes and fight terrorism. With their contrasting personalities, Bodie’s controlled violence and Doyle’s open-mindedness, they make an unbeatable team. Starring Gordon Jackson, Martin Shaw, and Lewis Collins, this action-packed series is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
“Roots” is an incredible TV show based on Alex Haley’s bestselling book, which tells the captivating story of his ancestors. Spanning over 100 years, the miniseries takes us from Gambia, West Africa in the mid-1700s to the post-Civil War United States. With a star-studded cast including John Amos, LeVar Burton, and Olivia Cole, this 1977 miniseries won numerous awards and remains the most-watched miniseries in U.S. history.
“Lou Grant” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1977. It follows the journey of a former TV station manager who becomes a city editor at a newspaper, along with his talented team of journalists. Starring Ed Asner, Robert Walden, Linda Kelsey, and more, this series delves into the trials and triumphs of the newspaper industry, making it one of the best-voted TV shows of 1977.
“Soap” is a hilarious TV show that aired in 1977 and was voted as one of the best that year. Set in the fictional town of Dunn’s River, Connecticut, it follows the comical lives of two families – the wealthy Tates and the working-class Campbells. With a talented cast including Katherine Helmond, Cathryn Damon, Richard Mulligan, and Billy Crystal, this show promises to keep you entertained with its witty antics and relatable characters.
The Incredible Hulk
“The Incredible Hulk” is a thrilling TV show that aired in 1977. It follows the story of a scientist named David Banner, who transforms into a powerful green monster whenever he gets upset due to a failed experiment. As he travels across the country, he’s pursued by a determined tabloid reporter, making for an exciting and suspenseful journey. Starring Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Jack Colvin, and Charles Napier, this show is a must-watch for fans of action and adventure.
“Os Trapalhões” is a Brazilian comedy TV show that aired from 1977 to 1999. Created by Wilton Franco, it featured a hilarious group of actors including Renato Aragão, Dedé Santana, Mussum, and Zacarias. The show’s name translates to “Tramps” in English, and it followed the misadventures of these characters as they hilariously attempted to help but often ended up causing more confusion. Despite the unfortunate deaths of Zacarias and Mussum, the show continued until 1994, bringing laughter to audiences for over 17 years.
The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries
“The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1977. Starring Shaun Cassidy and Parker Stevenson as the Hardy Boys, and Pamela Sue Martin as Nancy Drew, this series follows the adventures of these amateur sleuths as they solve thrilling mysteries. What makes it unique is that some episodes focus solely on the Hardy Boys, while others delve into Nancy Drew’s detective skills, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats with each episode.
“Der Alte” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1977 and made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted TV Shows of that year. Set in a police department, the show follows the adventures of an older, experienced detective and his team as they work together to solve crimes. With its intriguing storyline and talented lead actors, this crime-solving series is definitely worth checking out!
“Operation Petticoat” is a delightful TV show that takes us back to World War II. It follows a Navy officer who commands a unique pink submarine, along with a crew of five Army nurses and a supply officer who’s afraid of combat. Based on a popular 1959 movie, this series also marks the first recurring role of Jamie Lee Curtis, who plays one of the nurses. It first aired in 1977, so get ready for some nostalgic entertainment!
“Grizzly Adams” is a heartwarming TV show that aired in 1977. It follows the story of an innocent fugitive who finds solace in the wilderness, accompanied by a friendly grizzly bear. Together, they lend a helping hand to those who cross their path in the forest. Starring Denver Pyle, Dan Haggerty, and John Bishop, this show is a must-watch for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts alike.
How the West Was Won
“How the West Was Won” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1977. It follows the Macahans, a family from Virginia led by Zeb Macahan, as they embark on an adventurous journey across the American West to establish a new home. With a talented cast including James Arness, Fionnula Flanagan, and Bruce Boxleitner, this show promises to transport you back in time to witness the pioneering spirit and challenges faced by these brave settlers.
“CHiPs” is a lighthearted TV show that takes us on the exciting adventures of two motorcycle officers, Jon Baker and Frank Poncherello, as they patrol the streets of Los Angeles. Released in 1977, this show follows their efforts to save lives and maintain order on the highways. With a talented cast including Erik Estrada, Tom Reilly, Robert Pine, and more, “CHiPs” promises an entertaining and action-packed ride through the world of the Highway Patrol.
“Logan’s Run” is a thrilling TV show set in a futuristic society where turning 30 means certain death. Follow the story of a rebellious law enforcement agent who defies the system and embarks on a dangerous journey to find Sanctuary. Starring Gregory Harrison, Heather Menzies, Donald Moffat, and Randolph Powell, this captivating series premiered on September 16, 1977, and is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
“Quark” is a hilarious American science fiction sitcom that aired in 1977. Set in the year 2226, the show follows Adam Quark and his quirky crew as they work on a garbage scow in space, collecting trash and cleaning up the galaxy. With satirical nods to popular sci-fi films like Star Wars and Star Trek, this short-lived series is a must-watch for fans of comedy and science fiction. Starring Richard Benjamin and featuring a talented ensemble cast, “Quark” is a hidden gem that will leave you laughing.
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