More than 50 years ago, “The Big Break,” aired on CBS in the United States, set the bar for television.
As we celebrated our 50th anniversary, we asked if fans in the U.S. would be interested in celebrating with us.
We asked the same question to fans in other countries, and here are some of the reactions we received.
“The Big Bunch” fans in Singapore and Malaysia are celebrating their 50 years in a big way.
“The Bunch,” aired in Singapore, is the first episode of the series to air on the island.
It’s also the first of its kind on broadcast television.
The series features a young and quirky lead actor (played by Josh Jackson) and a family with an eclectic mix of personalities and cultures.
“Bunch” has garnered critical acclaim, and is a favorite of many younger viewers.
“I’m excited for this show to continue its run and become a part of our history.
And we’re grateful to CBS for allowing us to be a part,” said one Singaporean fan.
“It’s such an honor to be able to experience such a rich cultural history with such great content, and the cast and crew are fantastic.”
“The Bunt” fans are also celebrating their 25th anniversary in the States.
In the US, the series has aired on ABC since 2003, and has been watched by more than 6 million people.
The cast and producers are also looking forward to its final season, which is set to air in 2020.
The series also brings together diverse families from different cultures, including Asian, African and Native American families.
“My mom is Filipino and my dad is from a Native American tribe,” said a young American fan in Singapore.
“We’re excited to see more diverse families on the show.”
“Cake Boss” fans and family members in Hong Kong are celebrating 50 years.
“Cake Box” is the sixth episode of “The Cake Boss” series, and first ever for ABC.
The show features a small, sweet-natured baker and her three young children, all of whom are very loyal to her.
The characters are also incredibly friendly, as evidenced by their adorable “bunny ears.”
The episode was a huge hit in Hong kong, and was viewed more than 10 million times.
“This is really great news for us,” said another Hong Kong family member.
“A big thank you to all of the people who watched ‘CakeBoss’ in HongKong and around the world, and also to all the people in the family who supported us as we did our best to keep this show going for so many years.”
“Discovery’s” fans around the globe are also enjoying a big milestone.
“Discovery,” which premiered on Discovery in the UK in 2007, has been seen by more people in countries around the planet than any other show ever.
It has been viewed more times than any previous show in history, and continues to be watched by a loyal following in Australia, India, Canada, the UK and more.
The producers are looking forward the upcoming season of “Diversity,” which will air in 2018.
“Duck Dynasty” fans have seen their 50-year anniversary in America, too.
“Mulan” and “Duck Tales” have been seen in the US since 2007, and have been watched more than 12 million times, with over 1 million viewers watching a single episode.
The creators of the show are excited to continue to explore new storylines and characters.
“You can’t get better than having your 50th on the air at this moment,” said co-creator Mark Burnett.
“And we can’t wait to continue the adventure with the ‘Duck Tales’ team.”
“Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” fans all around the World are celebrating the show’s 50th, as well.
The animated series, which aired on Disney Channel from 1995 to 2005, has garnered more than 8 million viewers.
The writers and producers of “Morphin Power” are excited for the show to reach its next chapter, which will be filmed on Disney-owned location in the USA.
“In 50 years from now, I’d love to watch our show on Disney XD in the states, where we are all living now,” said series creator/showrunner/executive producer Mike Fleming.
“But I can’t imagine not doing that, or having that show on TV anywhere else.
So, this is really the big ‘what if’ for us.”
“Parks and Recreation” fans worldwide are celebrating a big one.
The NBC comedy has been a massive success in the ratings and has racked up more than 15 million viewers in its first season.
It is the highest-rated scripted series on television, and it is also the highest rated show on any network.
The “Parenthood” writers and creators are looking to build on their success by continuing their journey on “PARKS AND RECREATION.”
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