Yaba-daba-Doo! As we previously reported, The Flintstones are coming to MeTV starting tonight September 30 – exactly 59 years since the first episode debuted on this day in 1960.
Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty became household names in the 1960s as they entered living rooms across the US as the “modern Stone-Age family.” Today, they are still pop culture icons.
“The Flintstones represents the essence of MeTV — beloved, family-friendly, timeless programming,” Neal Sabin, Vice-Chairman of Weigel Broadcasting Co., said. “No matter the decade, and in this case as far back as the Stone Age, MeTV always delivers the classics for our audience.”
You can watch The Flintstones on MeTV every weeknight starting tonight at 5 p.m. CT and Sundays at 9 a.m CT.
MeTV is a free, over-the-air TV network featuring the best in classic television and is available to watch nationwide. Find your MeTV station here.
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