Launched without any fanfare in January 2011, the Antenna TV network is a dream for baby boomers with fond memoris of shows from the 60s and 70s. The network doesn't require cable service and is available for you few hold-outs still using rabbit ears. The network presents (relatively) few commercials and is largely devoid of those annoying, omnipresent logos that eradicate most of what is taking place on screen. They also show credits and ending theme songs in their entirety without squeezing them into the side of the screen to make room for more station promos. Among the shows the station telecasts are some that have not been widely-seen in recent years such as The Monkees, Maude, The Flying Nun, Father Knows Best, Gidget, Benny Hill, The Partridge Family, Hazel, Here Come the Brides and overdoses of The Three Stooges. They also combine telecasts of relatively recent feature films with older movies such as Billy the Kid Vs. Dracula and Cold Turkey. Click here to visit the web site and see if the station is available in your area.