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"The Electric Company" was a comedy variety show intended for children and families that aired from 1971 to 1977. It starred actors such as Jim Boyd, Morgan Freeman, Mel Brooks and Zero Mostel, and was created by Sesame ... More »

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Jim Perry hosted "Card Sharks" during its first broadcast run on NBC, from April 24, 1978, to Oct. 23, 1981. CBS revived the show from Jan. 6, 1986, to March 31, 1989, with Bob Eubanks as the host. An updated version hos... More »

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The History Channel shows television programs with a historic focus. Programs include documentaries, reality shows and historical fiction shows. More »

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NSTAR Electric Company is a regulated electric utility company that engages in the purchase, delivery, transmission and sale of electricity to residential and industrial customers in Massachusetts. As of 2014, the compan... More »

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