The beloved TV show that gave us “Marcia, Marcia, Marica,” a catchy theme song known the world over, and an iconic tic-tac-toe opening, The Brady Bunch is one of the most influential sitcoms in the history of television. The landmark series first premiered more than 50 years ago and has never been off the air since. The first television series to showcase a blended family almost never saw the light of day and in its initial run, it was far from a critical or ratings hit. In the years since its cancelation, the show has become a global phenomenon. An array of TV movies, spin-offs, hit songs, feature films, and reality shows have popped up in every decade since The Brady Bunch went off the air, solidifying its place in American culture. In this Very Brady Behind Closed Doors, Natalie sits down with everyone’s favorite middle brother, Christopher Knight, who played Peter Brady to discuss everything from his very first audition to the sexual tension between his TV siblings. Other interviews include the children of the show creator, the late Sherwood Schwartz, who share behind the scenes stories of how the show came to life, the bitter backstage feuds and the last-minute re-castings. In addition, this installment features sit-downs with the actor who portrayed the infamous “Cousin Oliver,” Jennifer Elise Cox who played Jan in the Brady film adaptations and much more.