_This list will include TV theme songs that charted on billboard .*Some songs are technically not the shows official theme song.
_"The Heights" was a show about a struggling rock group. The show only lasted 13 episodes, but the song "How do you talk to an angel" went to number one on the Hot 100 in 1992. The singer Jaime Walters also had a hit with "Hold On" which reached #14. Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Walters_(album)
-I'll Be There for you" was a song performed by the Rembrandts. The song had to be made into 3 minutes when it became so popular in 1994.
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- # 1 in 1985
-The song reached number 2 on the hot 100. It gained renewed interest from"Seinfeld" when George sung a personalized version for his answering machine.
-Closer to free" peaked at number 16 on the hot 100
-While not a theme song, "Sugar ,Sugar" did play on on the cartoon "The Archie comedy hour" and reached number one in 1969. Soul and R&b legend Wilson Pickett recorded his own version in 1970 and reached number 25 on the hot 100 and number 4 on the R&B charts.
-Another song that technically was not the theme song ,but was in a show about a musical group that played a new song weekly. "I think I love you" was #1 in 1970
-While the show of the same name about a teen who hung out at a disco when he wasn't working at a ice cream parlor only lasted 9 episodes , the song "Makin It"peaked at number 5 on the hot 100 in 1979
_"Welcome back" from the TV show "Welcome Back Kotter" hit number 1 in 1976
Source:https://youtu.be/_w3s5y_h-I8 Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonlighting_(theme_song)
_This song performed by legendary musician Al Jarreau and produced by Chic's Nile Rodgers reached number 23 on the hot 100 in 1985
This Song was never released as a single in the U.S.
-This song was never released commercially in the U.S., but it was released in Spain and the Netherlands where it peaked in the top 5. It was composed by Quincy Jones