One of the funniest TV sitcoms of all time is "Get Smart," but someone who wasn't alive when it first aired wouldn't know that.

Due to the growth of streaming services, we now live in a time where watching television is more accessible than ever.

Every year, there are hundreds upon hundreds more new shows than ever before, but there are also more old shows available than ever before.

Where once we had to watch "The Brady Bunch" or "The Golden Girls" on television or syndicated repeats,

Vintage TV shows available on popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+, Paramount+ and Peacock

Defining television programs including "Lavern and Shirley," "Mork and Mindy," "WKRP in Cincinnati," and "Homicide: Life on the Street"

It's challenging to pinpoint precisely how the major streaming providers make commercial decisions because they're not always clear.

In the end, streamers hunt for content that will increase their subscriber base and financial success.We're losing our history because