'Sanford and Son' turns 50 this year. But the pioneering TV show's legacy is complex
“Sanford and Son” turns 50 this year. The comedy hit brought Black talent to a mainstream TV audience, but it also traded in stereotypes.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans weighs the show’s complex legacy.
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