If you’ve never heard of I Love Lucy, where have you been? The winner of 5 Emmy awards, I Love Lucy follows the antics of Lucille Ball as she navigates married life with hilarious mishaps along the way.
This was the first sitcom to be shot in Hollywood in 1951 and ran for 6 years before ending. In 2002, TV Guide magazine rated it the 2nd greatest show of all time. A firm favorite of over 10 million households across America, I Love Lucy was listed on Time Magazine’s 100 Best TV Shows of all Time in 2007.
I Love Lucy became the most watched tv show in the country. Lucille captured Lucy perfectly, and production crew have said that scenes rarely had to be reshot because of her acting abilities.
This National I Love Lucy day, dress up and spread laughter in your home or workplace, or cook a meal from the I Love Lucy cookbook. Share your outfit or food creations on social media using #ILoveLucy.
When Is National I Love Lucy Day?
National I Love Lucy Day is celebrated on October 15th in the United States to celebrate one of the best sitcoms to ever be created.
History Of National I Love Lucy Day
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