I love Lucy was one of the most popular shows that employed this technique. In addition, this show remains accepted among both the old and young members of the population. Some of the viewers are more than forty years old. For many viewers, the response to how this show effectively and continually keeps viewers glued to the television is that it is humorous. Nonetheless, I Love Lucy contains more than the funny elements that people see (Andrews 4). This paper will explain why the show, I Love Lucy, was extremely admired.
I Love Lucy was a sitcom produced in America. This show was produced in black and white and was aired from 1951 to 1957. The show was aired by Columbia Broadcasting System. In addition, an advanced edition started playing after the end of the previous one. The new show broadcasted for three seasons and the show had thirteen one hour episodes. The show was the most viewed television show in America in the first four seasons of the total six seasons it was aired. Additionally, the show translated in a number of languages all over the world. I Love Lucy was the foremost written television show to be made on 35 millimeter film before a live studio audience. In Addition, the show received several nominations and won five Emmy Awards (Garner 26).
This show was popular to the audience of nineteen fifties. Television viewers could relate to the cast of the show, Ricky and Lucy who may have been leaving close to each other down the street.