TV Series created by Allan Burns
Mockingbird Lane

Bryan Fuller, the creator of Pushing Daisies, is taking on the project to make a modern version of the classic TV show, The Munsters. Guillermo del Toro is also considering a behind-the-scenes presence on the show.


Eisenhower & Lutz
CBS,

1988

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

Bud Lutz is a struggling lawyer in Las Vegas so he and his girlfriend Megan relocate to Palm Springs in hopes of attracting richer clients. Millie is his secretary, Dwayne a law student doubling as gofer and Kay his ex, who is an attorney at a prestigious firm.


The Duck Factory
NBC,

1984

| Comedy

The series, set in Hollywood, California, follows the adventures of Skip Tarkenton, an animator for Buddy Winkler Productions, a rundown studio that produces the mythical Saturday morning cartoon series, "The Dippy Duck Show".


Lou Grant
CBS,

1977

| Drama

A gruff newsman makes a new start as the city editor of a Los Angeles daily. Spin-off of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show".


Rhoda
CBS,

1974

| Comedy

Mary Richards' neurotic friend returns to her roots in Manhattan. Spin-off of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show".


The Mary Tyler Moore Show
CBS,

1970

| Comedy
Rating: 4.7/5

Sitcom about the newswoman who could turn the world on with her smile.


My Mother the Car
NBC,

1965

| Comedy

My Mother the Car may very well be known as the most notorious short-lived sitcom of all time and it's solely due to it's premise, a talking car. The pilot episode introduces us to the world of Dave Crabtree. Dave is your ordinary family man, married to wife Barbara and they have two children, Randy and Cindy. However, it's when he purchases a 1928 Porter, that he discovers that another family member is living with him, his deceased mother. It seems Dave Crabtree's mother has been reincarnated as the car.