14 TV Theme Songs We Didn't Realize Were Recorded By Pop Artists

14 TV Theme Songs We Didn't Realize Were Recorded By Pop Artists

It's weird to think how much of our subconscious mind TV influenced, especially in childhood. We used to spend hours after school just hanging out in front of the dang thing, The funny thing about TV is you can watch or hear something a million times and never realize what it is your actually listening to.

You may think you know the deal behind your favorite TV theme songs, but we bet you didn't know some of these famous tunes were actually recorded by even famous-er (Ed note: c'mon…) pop artists.

Everyone knows the words to your favorite TV theme songs, but you might not recognize the famous voices behind the lyrics. Here are 14 big-time stars who went prime time.

For example, did you know Ozzy Osbourne did the theme song for Dog the Bounty Hunter? That was probably his biggest catch, to be honest.

So don't just stand there, scroll down and get your mind blown!

ONE DAY AT A TIME GLORIA ESTEFAN CRACKED.COM When the reboot moved from Netflix to Pop TV, new time restrictions meant Estefan's song had to go. Producers suggested fans who miss the opening can hit pause, play the theme song on YouTube, and then resume watching the episode.


ED FOO FIGHTERS CRACKED.COM Producers knew they didn't have the rights to Foo Fighters' Next Year for long, but used the song as Ed's theme for Season 1. The show had to switch to a more somber tune for Season 2 was that the reason for the show's popularity decline?


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