PBS is re-airing its special, too.

Mary Tyler Moore
American actors Mary Tyler Moore and Ted Knight laugh in a still from the television series, 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show,' circa 1976.
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In the wake of Mary Tyler Moore's passing, two major television networks are planning tributes befitting the late icon. The Los Angeles Times reports that both CBS and PBS will air hourlong specials to honor Moore and celebrate her many contributions to the TV industry.

CBS, the network home of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, will air a tribute to the actress Jan. 26 at 9 p.m. CT. The special, Mary Tyler Moore: Love Is All Around, will be hosted by CBS This Morning's Gayle King and feature interviews with many of Moore's admirers, including Oprah Winfrey.

PBS will also reair its 2015 documentary, Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration, which is streaming now at PBS.com and will air on various affiliates. (Check your local listings for more information.) The hourlong program includes interviews with a number of television personalities Moore influenced and collaborated with, including Tina Fey, Betty White and Valerie Harper.

And, for your very own Mary Tyler Moore marathon, every episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show is now streaming on Hulu.com.