Emol actually stands for entertainment magazine on line, although the name sounds more like the name of an animal. It started off as an offline magazine first published in 1977 and went online as early as 1995. It has a movie section where you can download and watch movies under categories ranging from drama, comedy, horror and so on. But the category we are interested in is Classic TV shows.
These shows were among the popular prime time shows broadcast by ABC, CBS and NBC in the 1950s and 1960s. Why, you could even see the commercials of the brands that sponsored these shows to give you a nostalgic TV viewing experience.
The main page of this category lists classic shows like The Beverly Hillbillies, The Andy Griffith Show and even The Three Stooges, to name a few. I clicked on the Andy Griffith Show and it brought me to a page where I could watch three shows - A Wife for Andy which was televised in April of 1963 by CBS. The other show was Opie and the Spoiled Kid, which surprisingly, you can watch in 3D, if you have a simple pair of 3D glasses.
The third show, Aunt Bee's Medicine Man allows you to watch in DVD quality, especially if you have a fast Internet connection. If you wish to download the show, the site directs you to archive.org for that purpose. What's more, at Emol.org you not only get to watch comedy and family TV shows, but also talk shows and variety shows like the The Johnny Carson Show and the Perry Como Show.
This is a site you should not miss visiting as it provides hours of vintage TV viewing pleasure.