Press Release: AXS TV is adding 1970-74 sitcom The Partridge Family to its line-up, airing back-to-back episodes in primetime every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET starting October 2. Additionally, the series will air daily on AXS TV as part of the Network’s new “Retro Binge” daytime block starting October 2 at 1 p.m. ET, alongside fellow music sitcom The Monkees, star-studded pop culture series The Very Very Best Of The 80s, and informative retrospective A Year In Music.

AXS TV puts the spotlight on all 96 episodes of the hit musical comedy, capturing the beloved band as they tour across the country in their iconic multi-colored school bus, performing their signature tunes and getting caught up in sidesplitting shenanigans. The Partridge Family stars Oscar®-winning actress Shirley Jones as matriarch Shirley Partridge, with Susan DeyDanny BonaduceSuzanne CroughJeremy Gelbwaks, and teen sensation David Cassidy as the talented offspring who convince the young widow to leave her bank-telling job and join their fledgling family band.

The series was inspired by real life musical siblings The Cowsills, and spawned a number of chart-topping singles including opening theme “C’mon Get Happy,” “Doesn’t Somebody Want To Be Wanted,” and the signature hit “I Think I Love You,” among many others. The Partridge Family boasted a number of all-star guests during its four-season tenure, with unforgettable appearances by Johnny CashRichard PryorJodie FosterDick ClarkJohn AstinHoward Cosell, and MLB Hall Of Famer Johnny Bench; in addition to early roles by then-up-and-comers such as Mark HamillLouis Gossett Jr.Meredith BaxterRob Reiner, and Jackie Earle Haley, as well as future Charlie’s Angels Farrah FawcettJaclyn Smith, and Cheryl Ladd.

The Partridge Family is one of television’s most beloved sitcom classics, fueled by its iconic soundtrack featuring enduring hits such as ‘C’mon Get Happy’ and ‘I Think I Love You’,” said Katie Daryl, Vice President of Programming for AXS TV. “AXS TV is proud to bring the Partridges back home to primetime—giving longtime fans a chance to relive their favorite moments from the show, while opening it up for a new generation to discover and enjoy.”