Nostalgic TV Sitcoms That Would Be Censored Today

The Jiggle TV movement took place in an era when television shows were shifting from dealing with women who were buttoned up homemakers to sisters who were doing it for themselves in low cut blouses and high rise miniskirts. Shows like Charlie’s Angels, Wonder Woman, and Battle of the Network Stars brought the jiggle to the masses, but not everyone was on board. The phrase “Jiggle TV” was initially introduced by Paul Klein, an executive from NBC who absolutely hated the way the network’s biggest competitor, ABC, bounced out a slew of shows that brought in big numbers by using plenty of T and lots of A.

Rather than cover up their stars, ABC continued producing Jiggly goodness into the ‘80s, creating nostalgic TV sitcoms that turned audiences on while making sure they tuned in. Jiggle TV movement didn't stop at just sitcoms, but jiggled and spilled its way over into all kinds of media. If you thought Jiggle TV ended at TV, think again, there's plenty of jiggles that created a movement that shocked the entire groovy era!!!

Warning, these photos are graphic and will cause major nostalgia!