Those who have cable or satellite television have access to classic shows on TVLand, American Life Television, Nick at Nite, or something else, but for those still using digital sets or converter boxes things are different. That is, until now, perhaps.
MeTV has been a Chicago staple for several years, providing viewers with endless repeats of shows like Leave It to Beaver, Bewitched, I Love Lucy, The Munsters, Sanford & Son, and more recently, Happy Days, The Nanny, and Scrubs. Its success led to multiple affiliates and a sister network, MeToo, which airs dramas like Perry Mason, Charlie’s Angels, The Man From UNCLE, and Gunsmoke. Now the company behind it is taking the brand nation-wide beginning January 2011.