"Charlie's Angels" is a classic American TV series that aired from 1976 to 1981. Created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, the show follows three female private investigators who work for a mysterious boss named Charlie, who communicates with them via a speakerphone.

The three original "Angels" were Sabrina Duncan (played by Kate Jackson), Jill Munroe (played by Farrah Fawcett), and Kelly Garrett (played by Jaclyn Smith). They were later joined by several other Angels, including Kris Munroe (Jill's sister, played by Cheryl Ladd), Tiffany Welles (played by Shelley Hack), and Julie Rogers (played by Tanya Roberts).

The show was known for its blend of action, adventure, and comedy, and for the iconic outfits worn by the Angels, including their signature jumpsuits and high-heeled shoes. "Charlie's Angels" also featured a number of guest stars over the course of its run, including John Forsythe as the voice of Charlie, David Doyle as the Angels' loyal friend and assistant Bosley, and many others.

The series was a cultural phenomenon and inspired a number of spin-offs and adaptations, including several films and a 2019 reboot TV series. It also had a significant impact on popular culture, inspiring fashion trends and becoming an enduring symbol of female empowerment.