Surf through decades of retro TV on this fun website


Watching modern television is a completely different experience than it was in most of our childhood days. Nowadays, most of us watch streaming platforms or browse maybe 500 cable channels. But in the 20th century and the 2000s, our television options were much more limited. Most of us grew up with just a handful of strings. And by going through them all until we found something interesting, we wasted time. Now via Boing Boingwe’ve discovered a nostalgia-filled retro TV website that lets you recreate those lazy afternoons parked outside the subway.

It’s called My60sTV, but it lets you surf TVs from the 60s all the way up to the 2000s. It’s a nostalgic rabbit hole that will bring all the thrills. From baby boomers to the “first wave” of Gen Z, there’s a channel here for you to spend hours browsing. The viewer must operate each television as it would in its day. So if you’re watching TV from the 60s or 70s, you turn the knobs. When you look at the 80s and 90s tvyou have to press the remote control.

Retro game shows are part of the My 80s TV channel.

Each channel represents a different decade, but viewers can choose specific years to surf. So if you want to waste an afternoon specifically in 1983 or 1998, you can. This retro TV site contains literally thousands of random TV moments, covering everything from cartoons and music videos to news shows and old commercials. When you change channels, you get a brief moment of that old-school static. And for many of us, that sound takes us back to childhood. All that’s missing are those bunny ears. (We can definitely say we don’t miss them, though). All in all, this site is a real labor of love for fans of old-school television.


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