Remember the shows from the 1970s? A lot of apps allow you to remember those 'Happy Days' again. Let's take a look at a few of them.
Ahh, who remembers the fun shows from the 1970s? Shows like Little House on the Prairie, Happy Days and The Brady Bunch are living on in the memories of those of us who remember watching them during their first runs.
Of course, we could go out and buy the DVD sets of these shows. But thanks to apps, there's no need for that anymore. One of my favorite ways to watch Little House is on the YouTube TV app. It has a DVR with unlimited space on it, and it's a great way to remember the old shows. So not only is this great for watching old shows, but your family will be happy because they can DVR a lot of their favorite shows too and not run out of space.
Along with watching the shows on apps, you can also connect with other fans of the shows on apps. For example, Reddit is a great app for connecting with other people who love the shows and getting their opinions on different episodes.
Another great app is the IMDb app. Although they got rid of the message board option they used to have, unfortunately, it's a good way to find out what other shows/movies the actors and actresses were in from your favorite shows. It's truly a wealth of information.
Finally, if you are going to sit down and binge-watch one of your favorite shows, you'll want some yummy snacks to enjoy. Of course, you could always pop some popcorn. But if you want something with more substance, like pizza, wings, or even your favorite sushi, then you want to use an app to order so that you can keep on watching and not miss anything.
Catching up with your favorite shows from the 1970s is a great way that you can fill your spare time and have some nostalgic memories.
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