8 DC Characters who made their screen debut on Batman 1966

The 1966 show introduced many of Batman's biggest rogues and allies to the screen.

Clint Eastwood was supposed to play this classic villain in Batman 1966

It was almost certain... and then the series got cancelled.

Watch: The Smithsonian releases rare footage of Nichelle Nichols as Uhura encouraging children to explore the stars

Uhura goes back in time and sings about the value of education in this sweet 1970s film.

This episode of Maverick reused sets from Casablanca

There is also a character very similar Humphrey Bogart’s Rick Blaine.

Before they were family in Batman, Neil Hamilton and Yvonne Craig played father and daughter in Perry Mason

They appeared together on the classic court drama almost a decade before reuniting in Gotham.

Friends and colleagues remember ''trailblazing, incomparable'' Nichelle Nichols

Star Trek cast and crew alike came together to honor the Uhura actress.

R.I.P. Nichelle Nichols, Nyota Uhura on Star Trek: The Original Series

The Trek legend was a television pioneer, civil rights advocate, dancer, NASA employee and jazz singer.

8 villains from Batman 1966 you probably won't see in the next Batman movie

The Joker, The Riddler, and Catwoman made the leap from the small screen to theaters. Egghead, Bookworm, and Ma Parker? Not... MORE

Batman's first onscreen girlfriend changed her name to appear in Svengoolie's The Land Unknown

Shirley Patterson revived her career as Shawn Smith… until a freak skiing accident.

7 things you never noticed in the historic Star Trek episode ''Plato's Stepchildren''

Taking a closer look at an iconic kiss, Nimoy's singing, and an actor who was very nearly Spock.

Seven of Nine's death was originally planned to set up Voyager's series finale

She would make the ultimate sacrifice needed for her crewmembers to get home.

11 television actors who can trace their roots back to Ireland

These actors can claim the luck of the Irish.

10 Seventies TV shows you might not realize were based on real life

Julie McCoy, Johnny Fever, and Jim-Bob were based on real people! Kojak, too!

7 famous TV sets that were reused for other shows

Mayberry and 'Star Trek' have a lot more in common than you think.

The Rifleman's first girlfriend left Chuck Connors in the dust when her real husband created Hawaii Five-O

Joan Taylor's mom begged her son-in-law to film his next series in Hawaii.

R.I.P. Sally Kellerman, star of the second Star Trek pilot

She was also the original Hot Lips in the M*A*S*H film. She was 84 years old.

Did you know the modern 'Hawaii Five-0' brought back Jack Lord via CGI?

It took a body double, a voice-over actor and countless computer techs to revive the original Steve McGarrett.

The force is with these 10 classic TV influences on Star Wars

Any fan of Han Solo and the Death Star should seek out these vintage westerns and sci-fi adventures from the small screen.

12 minor goofs from 'Hawaii Five-O'

Plus: The biggest mistake McGarrett ever made undercover.

This fan favorite Star Trek episode pays tribute to DeForest Kelley's rise to stardom

"Spectre of the Gun" took Star Trek fans to the O.K. Corral, a place Bones had visited twice before.

10 reasons Jack Lord was truly the most interesting man on television

Painter, poet, sailor, salesman, singer — the 'Hawaii Five-O' star was a true renaissance man.

Have you ever seen the lost, banned episode of 'Hawaii Five-O'?

"Bored, She Hung Herself" remains locked away to this day.

Chuck Norris was bitten by a snake on the set of Walker, Texas Ranger

It already sounds like a setup for a Chuck Norris joke.

How 'Hawaii Five-O' led crime dramas to shoot in the best locations

They're booking criminals, but we're thinking vacation.

Robert Picardo originally wanted to play Neelix on Voyager

He didn't see the humor as the ship's holographic doctor at first.

Book 'em: Here are 15 things you never knew about 'Hawaii Five-O'

We surfed the internet for some fascinating facts about the classic cop show.