they've been re-running it for a few years now on the Qubo network's "Night Owl" block of programming, which I think is all Filmation shows; they do He-Man, She-Ra, and Bravestarr, too. This is weeknights while the late-night talk shows are on, on 14-3 over-the-air tv. When I was a kid, Ghostbusters annoyed me since it wasn't the same as the movie, but now it seems like the best of that bunch, honestly. But Fat Albert crushes everything. Bounce network (36-2) uses it to transition from late night to morning television, so I get to watch a block of classic Soul Train into two Fat Alberts when I'm actually up at that hour, which is great.
One thing I really like about Filmation's (notoriously cheap) animation is they sometimes used very cinematic compositions:
and also their use of mostly human figure drawing over cartoony simplified characters.