TV writer and producer Sherwood Schwartz, whose contributions to the world of sitcoms included the classic series "Gilligan’s Island" and "The Brady Bunch," died July 12 at 94.
Sherwood Schwartz is not one to complain. Which isn't to say he has nothing to complain about.
Andy and Opie. Archie and Meathead. The Professor and Mary Ann. Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia. We can all thank Sheldon Leonard, Norman Lear, Sherwood Schwartz and Susan Harris, respectively, for bringing these people into our living rooms and the pop culture landscape.
To some, they were the menches next door, but to the TV Land cable network they are "Moguls," the ones with the "golden touch," says Merv Griffin, host of the six-part series, which debuts Wednesday, April 21.