It's wild to think that it's been a quarter of a century since Fox was the new kid on the block that no one believed would last. From the beginning, the network had an edge, and as it reaches 25 years old, it hasn't lost a bit of that. "Fox's 25th Anniversary Special" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on Fox) took a look back at those memorable moments that shaped the network, and even the landscape of modern television.
They brought back several casts to talk about their key shows, including "Married... With Children," "That '70s Show" and "Beverly Hills, 90210," and "The X-Files." It was a fun look back, with the show broken up into separate categories for genres like sci-fi, reality, drama, animation, comedy and even a special on how Fox Sports changed the way sports is covered.
But the network wasn't afraid to poke fun at itself and some of its more notable misfires over the years like "My Big Fat, Obnoxious Fiance" (and "Boss") and "The Swan." It was a memorable and honest look back at the network that went from destined to fail to the number one destination on television.
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