Can you remember your favourite TV Show?

If you like, watching television there is a good chance that you will have a favourite TV show.

The world of fashion has given us a way to remember our favourite shows or even a new way of advertising them.

This article will look at some of the television shows that have had t-shirts produced because of the popularity.

Star Trek

On the 8th September 1966, Star Trek hit our screens.

This much-loved show is as popular today as it was when it first hit our TV screens, although it only ran for only 3 seasons, when news of the cancelation of it due to low ratings it was clear that it was a favourite with science fiction fans judging by the number of Caltech students that signed a petition.

The star trek franchise has seen a number of spin off shows that have been just as popular these include an animated show that ran from 1973 – 1974 The Next Generation, which ran from 1987 – 1994, Deep Space 9 and Voyager.

The franchise has also released 11 films with a 12th expected in May 2013

Ensuring the popularity of this franchise will continue to grow.

Some of the t-shirts that have been released include Live Long and Prosper with Mr Spock on the front or even a plain t-shirt with the star trek emblem on it.

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

On the 30 March 1979, Buck Rogers hit our TV screens, if you are not old enough to remember this television show here is a quick recap.

Buck Rogers play by Gil Gerard is an astronaut who commands Ranger 3 that was launched in 1987 however due to a life support malfunction he is accidently frozen for 504 years, until his space ship is discovered in the year 2491.

Although Buck Rogers was popular when it was first launched, however the writers lost their way, a little which resulted in the cancelation of the show after only two seasons.

However, this show had kids everywhere trying to get a Buck Rogers t-shirt with Buck, Twiki his robot companion or Captain Wilma Dearing these t-shirts are still available today but are only worn by the most die-hard of fans


This hugely TV show ran from 1984 to 1986 and starred Jan Michael Vincent and as “Stringfellow Hawk” and Ernest Borgnine as “Santini” they were the Pilots for the most sophisticated helicopter in the world Airwolf.

This TV Show gave its name to several t-shirts that include the face of a wolf with bat like wings or the helicopter itself.

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James Morris is a funny t-shirts designer who loves to take ideas from television shows from when he was a kid.

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