The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show
Weeknights at 4a ET | 1a PT
Elvis! The Beatles! The Muppets! The Ed Sullivan Show introduced America to several pop culture icons. The preeminent variety show of television's first decades, The Ed Sullivan Show (originally titled Toast of the Town) aired from 1948 to 1971. Former reporter and columnist Sullivan welcomed all sorts of musicians, comedians, circus acts, Broadway ensembles and puppets to his New York City theater.
Jun 7th 4:30a ET
Diahann Carroll, Richard Pryor, and more
Today's episode features Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, Diahann Carroll, Jay Marshall and Lefty, Shani Wallis, and Richard Pryor.
Jun 8th 4:00a ET
The Rolling Stones, Richard Pryor, Debbie Reynolds, and more
Today's episode features the Rolling Stones, Richard Pryor, Wayne Newton, Ed Ames, Debbie Reynolds, and Allen and Rossi.
Jun 8th 4:30a ET
Gladys Knight, Jim Bailey, and more
Today's episode features Gladys Knight and the Pips, Jim Bailey, O.C. Smith, Robert Klein, Jackie De Shannon, and Satani Demon.
These comedians were mainstays on The Ed Sullivan Show
You might be surprised at who had the most appearances ever on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Can you recognize these classic TV stars performing on The Ed Sullivan Show?
They did everything from Broadway scenes to comedy routines!
Ricky Nelson only performed on The Ed Sullivan Show once and his father is to blame
Here's why the teen idol missed being on the show at the peak of his popularity.