TV's Most Beloved Housekeeper Dies at Age 88

America's favorite, and maybe most famous housekeeper on TV, has died. Emmy-winning actress Ann B. Davis who played the housekeeper in "The Brady Bunch" has died. She passed Sunday morning.
A long time friend of Davis' says she suffered a fall Saturday and never recovered. The popular sitcom kicked off in 1969 and aired for 5 years.
In the 50's, Davis was the sharp-tongue secretary on "The Bob Cummings Show." That role brought her two emmys. Davis was 88 years old.

The Arsenio Hall Show won't return to CBS for a second season this Fall. The re-booted version of the once-popular late night talk show couldn't pull the ratings it did when it aired from 1989 to 1994.
The show only averaged about one-million viewers.

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