MTV's the '70s House is an American reality television show created by Aaron Matthew Lee. The show premiered on MTV on July 5 and ended September 6, 2005. The show featured twelve contestants (six male, six female) who thought they were participating in a The Real World-type reality show, but instead were thrust into a 24/7 simulation of the 1970s. They were required to part with all modern technology including cell phones, laptops, and MP3 players, as well as all modern clothing and lingo, only to adopt their cultural equivalents of the 1970s. It was billed as a competition to see who can "be the most 70s."
The twelve contestants were: Andrew Severyn, Ashley McCarthy, Corey Hartwyk, Geo Herrera, Hailley Howard, Jami Stallings, Joey Mendicino, Lynda Khristine, Lee Wireman, Peter, Ruben, and Sarah Bray.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The 70's House - Television's Greatest Hits: 70's and 80's - Netflix
70's and 80's is the third volume of the Television's Greatest Hits series of compilation albums by TVT Records. It was recorded at Studio 900 and mastered at Bernie Grundman Studio. The album catalog was later acquired by The Bicycle Music Company. In September 2011, Los Angeles-based Oglio Records announced they were releasing the Television's Greatest Hits song catalog after entering into an arrangement The Bicycle Music Company. A series of 9 initial “6-packs” including some of the songs from the album had been announced for 2011.
The 70's House - Track listing - Netflix
Sesame Street (“Can You Tell Me How To Get To Sesame Street?”) The Muppet Show The Alvin Show Speed Racer (“Go, Speed Racer, Go!”) Mr. Magoo Inspector Gadget The Smurfs (“La La Song”) Dastardly & Muttley (“Stop The Pigeon”) Scooby-Doo Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (“Gonna Have A Good Time”) The Archies Josie and the Pussycats Dudley Do-Right Fractured Fairy Tales Cheers (“Where Everybody Knows Your Name”) The Bob Newhart Show (“Home To Emily”) The Greatest American Hero (“Believe It Or Not”) Welcome Back, Kotter (“Welcome Back”) Room 222 WKRP In Cincinnati Taxi (“Angela”) Barney Miller Three's Company (“Come And Knock On Our Door”) Happy Days Laverne & Shirley (“Making Our Dreams Come True”) The Facts of Life Good Times One Day at a Time (“This Is It”) Gimme a Break! Maude (“And Then There's Maude”) The Jeffersons (“Movin' On Up”) All In the Family (“Those Were The Days”) Sanford and Son (“The Streetbeater”) Dallas Dynasty Knots Landing L.A. Law St. Elsewhere Marcus Welby, M.D. MAS*H (“Suicide Is Painless”) The Waltons Little House On the Prairie Hart to Hart Charlie's Angels Wonder Woman The Love Boat American Bandstand (“Bandstand Boogie”) Solid Gold Entertainment Tonight Miami Vice S.W.A.T. Baretta (“Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow”) The Streets of San Francisco Barnaby Jones Starsky and Hutch (“Gotcha”) The Rookies Kojak The A-Team The Name of the Game Quincy, M.E. Hill Street Blues Simon & Simon Magnum, P.I. The Rockford Files Saturday Night Live