When you think of the 1980s TV shows, you probably think of shows like the original Family, which debuted in 1982, and The Simpsons, which aired in 1989.
These shows are still around, and many of them still resonate with us today.
But they were a far cry from the way they were meant to be.
They were far more “adult” than the original TV shows were, and they weren’t very good at all.
Here are 10 TV shows that aren’t very, very good: 1.
The Simpsons: The original Family ran for 13 seasons, and there were eight seasons in total.
(It was canceled in 2010.)
Two of the original six seasons were reruns.
They aired in syndication for six seasons each.
Two episodes of season eight were syndicated.
The rest of the series aired on Fox in syndicated syndication.
The series was canceled after season five.
The first season of the fifth season, The Simpsons Season 6, was the last show of the season that ran.
There were three more seasons of The Simpsons.
The show ran from 1993 to 2002.
The sixth season of The Family ran from 1999 to 2001.
The last season was The Simpsons Family Reunion in 2007.
The fifth season of Family was aired in January, 2009.
The seventh season aired in December, 2017.
The Office: The Office was the first TV series to feature an entire sitcom.
It aired on ABC from 1979 to 1993.
The sitcom was based on a sitcom that ran on ABC for 13 years.
It lasted for eight seasons.
The pilot episode aired in March, 1986.
It was written by writer and director John Lasseter and starred Andy Samberg and Patrick Warburton.
The episode featured the character “Sally” as she tries to get her life together after being laid off from a sales job.
The character’s parents, played by actors David Allen and Ed Helms, are not in the show.
The episodes ran for three seasons.
Three of the four episodes of the third season, “Miles” and “The One Where I Say I’m Sorry,” aired on January 27, 1992.
The fourth season of “The Biggest Loser” was the only one to air during the second week of January.
The second season was aired on November 27, 1986, and the final episode of the show aired on April 15, 1992 (The Simpsons Family reunion).
The show aired from September 10, 1986 to January 22, 1991.
The season ran for four seasons.
The X-Files: The X Files was a cult show from 1995 to 2001 that ran for five seasons.
It ran on Fox from 1991 to 2002 and featured the titular X-Men and the X-Treme Virus.
The story involved the FBI tracking down a mysterious virus that was infecting the world and had a massive effect on humans.
The two main characters, FBI agent Dana Scully and X-Man Daniel Whitehall, were the only humans that were affected by the virus.
The entire series aired from 1993-1997.
The third season of X-files ran from 1998 to 2002, and featured Scully as Agent Dana Scully, as well as two other female X-men, Angel and Angelus.
The final season was titled “The X-File.”
Family Guy: Family Guy was the third TV series based on the cartoon Family Guy.
It first aired on FOX in 1998.
It is widely considered to be one of the best cartoons ever made.
It starred Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Seth MacFarlane, and Amy Poehler.
The animated series ran for eight years, and was nominated for a Peabody Award for Best Animated Program.
It had a total of three episodes, “Curtains,” “The Family Feud,” and “Gimme Shelter.”
The series ran from 2007 to 2013.
Parks and Recreation: The Parks and Rec series ran on NBC from 1991-2000.
The shows ran for a total 24 seasons.
Some of the episodes were rerun, and other times they were picked up for syndication on networks.
The original episodes aired in the summer of 1993.
In Season 1, “Beth’s Wedding,” the episode was the most watched episode in history.
It ended with a song by the rock band Bob Dylan.
The song “We Are the Champions” by the group Fleetwood Mac became the most popular song in television history.
In the first season, the show starred Tina Fey, Amy Poehlman, and Adam Scott.
In addition, the first two seasons of Parks and Recreations featured guest stars from all over the world.
The finale of the first series aired in October, 2018.
In Seasons 3 and 4, “The Wedding Song,” “Dance to the Sounds of Christmas,” and the Season 5 finale, “Glad to Be Here,” were featured on the special episode of The Bachelor that aired in September,