The Three Stooges Were Ready For Prime Time Before TV Began

The Three Stooges have one of the longest runs on television since TV was first invented. From the 1950’s to today, The Three Stooges short features and movies have entertained multiple generations on television all over the world. The Three Stooges comedy has stood the test of time and proved what was funny yesterday is still funny today, and will be tomorrow. In addition to the vast library of The Three Stooges material, C3 has produced many shows for television, including these listed below.

The Three Stooges: Hey Moe! Hey Dad!

For the first time on broadcast television, DECADES presents the premiere of The Three Stooges: HEY MOE! HEY DAD! from C3 Entertainment, Inc., The Three Stooges® brand owner, and produced by Frank...

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The Three Stooges Made For TV Movie

C3 told the story of how it all began in the ABC movie of the week which originally aired on April 24, 2000. Over 16.5 million households watched the Three Stooges television movie, and ABC had one of its best ratings nights of the year. By all accounts, the movie was a tremendous success. C3 teamed with Columbia Pictures, Storyline Productions and Mel Gibson's Icon Productions for the original production.

ABC Made for TV Movie

The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Special

C3 celebrated The Three Stooges 75th Year Anniversary with Emmy winner and Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson (“Cheers,” “The People Vs. Larry Flynt”) as he hosted NBC’s “The Three Stooges’ 75th Anniversary Special,” that originally aired in 2003. This one-hour event marked three-quarters of a century of entertainment from The Three Stooges -- one of the world’s most-beloved comedy teams.

75th Anniversary TV Special

Three Stooges Monster House

Monster House, Discovery Channel's hit remodeling series paid tribute to The Three Stooges. What can The Three Stooges do with a Monster House remodeling? The show initially aired January 11th, 2005 at 8:00 PM Eastern & Pacific Time.

Monster House