"All in the Family" was one of the most notable sitcoms of the 1970s. The series starred Carroll O'Connor as Archie Bunker, a working class guy who always spoke his mind, regardless of whom he offended.
"The Brady Bunch" aired until 1974. The series broke ground as one of the first television shows to highlight the challenges of blending two families together. Its popularity grew dramatically during the latter part of the decade, when it aired in syndication.
"Happy Days" took place in 1950s Milwaukee. It followed the Cunningham family and their teenage son, Richie. The most popular character of the show proved to be Fonzie, a motorcycle tough guy.