This is for the semi-new sitcom on CBS starring American Pie‘s Jason Biggs and one of my favorite always-the-odd-character actors, Judy Greer. Now, let me be honest with you and go straight to the point—the theme song for Mad Love still remains a mystery. No information is available out there
This is for the whole franchise Just to recap—because technically there is only one Mission: Impossible theme song—let’s look at what the franchise has come up with so far. From Wikipedia: Mission: Impossible, the original 1966-1973 television series Mission: Impossible, the 1988-1990 television series revival Mission: Impossible, the 1996 film
2011 I wanted to get on top of this but I am a little too late. While the original Criminal Minds went through a subtle remix in its theme (which I did not like) and opening sequence (bring back A.J. Cook!), here we are today with the four-episode-old spin-off’s quite-cool
2006–2009 Cool, cool show. I think it kinda fell apart when… (no spoilers here). The theme songs for The Unit are some more Robert Duncan creations. The first version, used in the first and second season, is called “Fired Up”. It is an adaptation of a standard Marine Corps cadence
2003–2005 Ah, the God argument—there is no other. The theme song for Joan of Arcadia is popular in its own right—possibly more famous than the show that is. The song, “One of Us”, was a big, big hit in the 90s (case in point: I can still remember the chords).
1990–1995 I have to admit, I do not remember much about this show except for the moose in the opening. It sure did have a rockin’ theme song though, which is just so relaxing to listen to. Audiophiles, this is a good gear tester. The song, normally credited as “Theme
1993–2001 I often wonder why the world chose Chuck Norris to be this big-a-phenomenon. I’m not complaining though, he’s funny and he rocks (and is such a badass!), and by the way, he is now 70 years old. Thanks in part to Conan, this show is now and will always
1969–1972; the original This is for the original theme song, the one that goes “Scooby-dooby-doo, where are you”. I understand the real title of that animated series is “Scooby Doo, Where Are You!”, hence the long post title. There’s also a 2000s version entitled “What’s New, Scooby-Doo?”, and we’ll include