Season 1-3 have been out forever, but the rest of it only very recently became available. You can see 1-3 on Hulu and Amazon, and you can see the rest on Youtube. The quality if better on Hulu and Amazon, so if you want to see 1-3, don’t watch Youtube, but you are stuck with it for the later seasons (or, at least were about a month ago, when I watched several episodes).
The show holds up pretty well. You hear facts that are wrong, because we know things now that we didn’t know, but the acting isn’t as cheesy as some shows from the era (I’m looking at you, Jack Klugman), and they touched topics that didn’t get touched on again until the 21st century. They did one on workplace sexual harassment that was way ahead of its time. It was, first of all, years before Anita Hill, when no one was talking about it, and second of all, not salacious in the slightest, and third, at least some of the men learned something-- but some didn’t, just like life. They did another on why prostitution was a viable economic choice for some women. Billie did the story, and went into it with feminist skepticism, but came out with a lot of sympathy for women whose economic circumstances forced them into it. They did yet another on the brain damage football can cause.
I was pretty young when it was on, but it was one of my favorite shows when it was new. So I was expecting that it was going to be a lot sillier than I remembered. I was quite impressed that it still seemed like a good show to me now. I had good taste then.