Children’s TV shows are more than just entertainment – they’re shows that bring back nostalgic memories of a much simpler time for most of us. However, to studios and networks, they’re money-making commodities that have limitless potential.
The wonderful world of TV in the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s looked vastly different to how it does now, but these kids’ shows from big companies like Comcast all had one thing in common: they were designed to rake in the cash.
Some children’s shows had huge budgets to work with, while others had to make do on a shoestring, but we loved them either way. Sometimes all it takes to make television gold is a little bit of imagination.