Antenna TV in the United States airs The Monkees television series on the weekends.
Recently the show experienced a schedule change, and two episodes are now being aired on Sundays starting at 5AM (EST).
Check out Antenna TV's website and see if the show is available in your area. And if you want to watch The Monkees at your convenience, the entire series (and much more) is now available on Blu-ray, courtesy of Rhino Records.
Here's a wonderful tribute to The Monkees on the 51st Anniversary of the debut of their NBC television show. Thanks to Miss Mini at Naked Persimmon for perfectly encapsulating today's milestone:
Only a few seconds of video has ever surfaced for the clip filmed at Chicago's Fred Niles Studios (better known to Monkees fans as the Rainbow Room) for "Salesman," the lead-off track from The Monkees' fourth LP, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd. Those shots, seen below, can be viewed in the second season episode "The Devil and Peter Tork."
I was hoping more footage had been unearthed for last year's Blu-ray set, but unfortunately, it seems nothing survives. The Rainbow Room sessions on August 2, 1967 were featured throughout many second season episodes, showcasing songs like "Randy Scouse Git," "Daydream Believer," "Pleasant Valley Sunday," "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?" and more.
One of my favorite episodes!