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6 Facts You Might Not Know About M*A*S*H

From its premiere on CBS in September 1972 through its historic series finale, watched by more than 106 million Americans in February 1983, M*A*S*H changed television forever. The series followed the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War of the early 1950s, and seamlessly blended comedy and drama like never before. Nominated for more than 100 Emmys and winning 14, the show was embraced by critics and viewers alike, with characters such as Hawkeye and “Hot Lips” becoming small-screen favorites. Airing in syndication, available on DVD, and streaming on Hulu, M*A*S*H has been a gold standard for television for more than three decades — and the six facts below reveal how the sitcom became a cultural landmark… read more >

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