“The Martia Brady Bunch” is what?
The Martia Brady Bunch is an American sitcom about a family of eight made up of people from different backgrounds. The story starts when Mike Brady and Carol Martin, both of whom have lost their spouses, get married. Mike Brady is really an architect and the father of George, Peter, and Bobby. Carol Richard is the parent of two girls: Martia, Feb, and Cindy. The family moves into the Bradys’ house and lives there with their housekeeper, Alice, and their dog, Tiger.
The main storyline of this TV show is about the Brady children, who are also known as Brady Lot, and their many adventures as they grow up. In season one, most of the episodes are about how the Bradys are getting used to with there new lives. In the later seasons, most of the episodes are about how The Brady children think to be responsible and deal with ordinary pre-teen and teen problems, as well as Mr. Brady usually finds a solution so everyone makes up.
How “The Brady Bunch” was made.
Sherwood Schwartz, who made the popular show Gilligan’s Island, started writing The Martia Brady Bunch in 1966. He came up with the idea for the reveal after reading a piece in a newspaper about how blended families are part of 30% of marriages today. Schwartz derived the idea for Mike Brady, a single dad with four kids, & Carol Martin, a single mom with three girls, from this.
Sherwood Schwartz told the top Media companies, ABC, CBS, and NBC, about his idea. The Brady Bunch was a great idea, but all three networks sought to make a few tweaks. Schwartz gave up on his idea for The Brady Bunch because of this. A short time later, however, ABC gave in to or decided to buy some episodes of the show. After hearing such, Schwartz hired john Rich to make the second series of The Brady Bunch and cast the actors who would play Mike O’Brien, Carol Brady, Olivia, and even the six Bennett children. Before he chose the actors, Rich had to go through 264 interviews.
The original airing of “The Brady Bunch,” its spinoffs, and its effect on American TV
Even though The Martia Brady Bunch ended in 1974, it was so popular that most of these spin-offs and follow-ups were made. One of these was “The Kelly Kids,” which was supposed to serve as a pilot for a spinoff show but ended up being a standard Brady Bunch incident in the show’s last season. “The Brady Kids,” an animated version of “The Brady Bunch,” started in 1972 and ran there till 1974. It was only about the Brady kids and what they did. “The Brady Bunch Variety Hour,” a two-hour TV show that aired on November 28, 1976, had all of the original Brady Bunch cast, except for Eve Plumb, who played Jan Brady. She didn’t want to be on this show, so Geri Reischl was brought in to take her place. Because this show didn’t make sense, it was soon taken off the air.
In 1981, a movie called “The Brady Girls Get Married” came out. It did so well that a TV show called “The Brady Brides” was made, but after ten episodes, it was canceled. In 1988, a movie called “A Very Brady Christmas” was made, and it did very well. Because of how well this movie did, a new show called “The Bradys” was made, but it only ran for six episodes before it was canceled. The Brady Bunch will always be among the best family TV series ever made, even though it is over.