Posthumously on… : 16 TV characters who died after their performers did

1. Will Lee, Sesame Street
With Sesame Street since its beginning in 1969, Will Lee used Mr. Hooper’s bow tie and glasses to cement his place in children’s television history, becoming easily one of the most beloved characters in the show’s early years. When Lee died of a heart attack in 1982, Sesame Street producers…

Hill Street Blues transcends its era to remain tremendous TV

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All TV shows age. It’s the nature of the medium’s production process that shows will be marked heavily by the time in which they are made. Even shows that aren’t about contemporary society are changed by the times they’re made in, by the prevailing production attitudes and fads. A show hits big, whether with audiences…