And while fans can watch The Mary Tyler Moore Show any time on Hulu, iTunes and Amazon, many networks are honoring Moore by airing special programming and reruns of her greatest hits. From new specials to documentaries to the best episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, here’s your guide to where you can see that winning smile (all times ET unless otherwise indicated).
1. Mary Tyler Moore: Love Is All Around (Thursday, 9 p.m. on CBS)
CBS will premiere a brand new documentary about Moore’s life and work, with original reporting and treasures from their archives (the network originally aired The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. CBS This Morning‘s Gayle King will host the special, which will be rich with interviews.
2. Mary Tyler Moore: After All (Friday, 10 p.m. on ABC)
ABC’s 20/20 will present the special Mary Tyler Moore: After All, anchored by David Muir and Elizabeth Vargas. Barbara Walters’ interviews with Moore will be featured, as well as more remembrances from those she influenced.
3. The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Saturday, starting at 6 a.m. on SundanceTV)
Binge the iconic show with a marathon of the final season.
4. The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Sunday, starting at 2 p.m. on MeTV)
MeTV will air the following six episodes: “Love Is All Around,” the show’s first episode; “Put on a Happy Face” from season 3; “The Dinner Party” from season 4; “Chuckles Bites the Dust” from season 6; “Lou Dates Mary” from season 7, and the series finale, “The Last Show.”
5. Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration (Sunday on PBS)
PBS is set to re-air the 2015 documentary Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration, which is also streaming for free online. Dive into Moore’s legacy and take in interviews from costars and famous fans (check local listings).
6. Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman and Johnny Staccato (Monday, 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT on getTV)
The network will shake things up by airing some of Moore’s deep cuts. Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman is a 1969 variety special featuring Moore and her Dick Van Dyke Show costar for a night of comedy and music. At midnight PT, catch a 1960 episode of the crime series Johnny Staccato called the “The Mask of Jason,” which featured Moore as a guest star.