TV Shows I Own at Least One Complete Season of On DVDby clydestuff | created - 30 May 2013 | updated - 16 Jun 2016 | Public
I've been collecting TV series for years. It's a rather expensive hobby sometimes, especially when you're trying to complete series that run for many years. These are all the shows I have at least one complete season on DVD. With this caveat: Some series have not had a complete season and may never get one for various reasons. These would include series like Ozzie and Harriet, My Living Doll, I'm Dicken's He's Fenster. In those cases if I have what is available they are listed. Absolutely none of these are bootleg. At this time this is still a work in progress.
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1. All in the Family (1971–1979)
TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy, Drama
A working class bigot constantly squabbles with his family over the important issues of the day.
One of my complete series. But I do not own Archie Bunkers Place.
2. Growing Pains (1985–1992)
TV-G | 30 min | Comedy, Family
The misadventures of a family with a home business father and a journalist mother.
I own four seasons of this show. This was actually a good series until Kirk Cameron made the producers clean up his character. That was the beginning of the end. I don't even want to get into Kirk Cameron's current homophobic lunacy. I'll probably add one more season, maybe two as I'd like to have the Leo Dicaprio Season.
3. Daktari (1966–1969)
60 min | Adventure, Family
Dr. Marsh Tracy was a veterinarian running an animal study center in Africa. Helping him were his daughter Paula, American Jack Dane and Mike, a local. Also living with the Tracys, and ... See full summary »
Derived from the theatrical film Clarence, The Cross-eyed Lion. I only own one season although two have been released. Any series released through Warner Archives is at a premium price and seldom on sale. I hope to be able to eventually acquire Season Two.
4. Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
60 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
The investigations of Hawaii Five-0, an elite branch of the Hawaii State Police answerable only to the governor and headed by stalwart Steve McGarrett.
I own eight seasons of this series. Would have bought the rest but when Netflix added it to streaming, decided to wait until I could catch a good sale. Will complete the set eventually.
5. Going My Way (1962–1963)
60 min | Drama, Family
Father O'Malley is sent to a parish in lower class New York City to assist old, crusty pastor Father Fitzgibbon. Mrs. Featherstone is the housekeeper in the rectory. When he arrives, Father... See full summary »
This 1962 series only ran One Season and stars Gene Kelley in the role of Father O'Malley and Leo G. Carroll as Father Fitzgibbon and Dick York before he married Samantha. A true rarity and one of those you never would have suspected as ever being given a DVD release. 30 Episodes released by Timeless Media (Now owned by Shout Factory.) Get it while you can.
6. Stoney Burke (1962–1963)
60 min | Drama, Sport, Western
Stoney Burke is a rodeo rider who wants to win the Golden Buckle, the award to the world's champion saddle bronco rider. He didn't win it, but he encountered a considerable amount of ... See full summary »
Another one season show recently released by Shout/Timeless. Starring Jack Lord as a rodeo star before he turned in his saddle for a badge on Hawaii Five-O. This is one of those series that was critically acclaimed, yet was only given a one season run.
7. Bewitched (1964–1972)
TV-G | 25 min | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
A witch married to an ordinary man cannot resist using her magic powers to solve the problems her family faces.
I own the first two seasons but hope to add a couple of more. After about four seasons though, I found the plots became rather repetitious and unimaginative. Mostly dealing with Darrin's client of the week that he almost gets fired by Larry Tate over. No offense to Dick Sergeant but he was never able to capture the goofiness that Dick York brought to the role of Darrin. He always seemed way too uptight.
8. Hazel (1961–1966)
30 min | Comedy
George Baxter was a highly successful corporation lawyer who was always in control of everything at the office, but almost nothing at home. When he returned from the office at day's end, to... See full summary »
Four of the Five Seasons have been released. I own all Four and am hoping to complete this set.
No word on if Season Five will be released. It may not be because of the drastic casting change. Whitney Blake (Dorothy Baxter) and Don DeFore (George Baxter) were given the ax by way of having their characters shipped off to Baghdad. Yeah, you read that right. Hazel (Shirley Booth) and Harold (Bobby Buntrock) moved in with George's Brother Steve (Ray Fulmer), Barbara (Lynn Borden) and their daughter Susie (Julia Benjamin). I don't remember the final season, so I'm very curious about it. Here's hoping.
9. Dr. Kildare (1961–1966)
60 min | Drama
The dramatic relationship between a young medical intern and his surgeon mentor.
Only the first season is available so far and I bought it as soon as I could. I've watched the first eight episodes but I'd forgotten how good some of these stories were, and despite the medical advances we've had, the drama never loses it's impact. Hoping to get the complete set as they become available. Lots and lots of great guest stars here as well. Now, where is Ben Casey?
10. Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969–1976)
60 min | Drama
The show is about doctors Marcus Welby, a general practitioner and Steven Kiley, Welby's young assistant. The two try to treat people as individuals in an age of specialized medicine and ... See full summary »
Only two seasons were released by Shout Factory. I was hoping for more but alas it doesn't look like it's happening. I'd forgotten how slowly paced this show was, but it's still decent. Robert Young as Welby, James Brolin (Mr. Barbara Streisand) as his associate Stephen Kiley.
11. Father Knows Best (1954–1960)
30 min | Comedy, Family
The popular radio show comes to life in this hit sitcom about a wise family man, Jim Anderson, his common-sense wife Margaret and their children Betty, Bud and Kathy. Whenever the kids need... See full summary »
When the first four seasons of this show were release for general retail sales, the prices on each season were very reasonable. Then Shout decided to make it an On Demand series only available from their web site. I just have a problem paying $40 for a season of shows that used to cost at the most $30. So I have yet to acquire the final two seasons but still might. This is one of those 50's series that I believe everybody should have at least one season of in their library.
12. Medical Center (1969–1976)
60 min | Drama
Located in the Los Angeles area, Medical Center was an otherwise unnamed hospital complex that was part of a large university campus. Dr. Paul Lochner was the chief of staff, an experienced... See full summary »
Only two season have been released of this series as of yet and I purchased both of them. I have yet to find time to actually watch them as of yet but I do know the guest star in the first episode is O.J. Simpson. The first episode is not the pilot episode that had a different cast.
13. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964–1968)
50 min | Action, Adventure, Crime
The two top agents of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement fight the enemies of peace, particularly the forces of THRUSH.
When Time/Life released this I really wanted it but it was prohibitively expensive. Eventually I acquired the complete series through an Amazon sale. For NCIS fans, here's your chance to see a much younger David McCallum play spy. Really great sixties stuff.
14. M Squad (1957–1960)
Not Rated | 30 min | Crime, Drama, Thriller
The hard-hitting adventures of tough Lieutenant Frank Ballinger, a member of the Chicago Police Department's M Squad, an elite crime-fighting unit.
Another jewel from Timeless who miraculously was able to piece together the entire series, some episodes from collectors who still had much of the series on 16 Millimeter. Lee Marvin who would later go on to win an Academy Award for Cat Ballou, is what makes this show tick. I was really glad to get this.
15. Lost in Space (1965–1968)
Not Rated | 60 min | Adventure, Comedy, Family
A space colony family struggles to survive when a spy/accidental stowaway throws their ship hopelessly off course.
So about halfway through the first season, Jonathan Harris begins to steal the show as Dr. Smith. There are those who thought this was a good thing. Not me. I saw a lot of great potential shown in the first few episodes that was never fulfilled. It didn't help that during the first two seasons, they were so land bound on single planets they just as well have never left earth. Still, it's a series from my childhood that I felt I must have and I own the complete set.
16. Maude (1972–1978)
30 min | Comedy
This "All In The Family" spin-off centers around Edith's cousin, Maude Findlay. She's a liberal, independent woman living in Tuckahoe, NY with her fourth husband Walter, owner of Findlay's ... See full summary »
For whatever reason, only one season of Maude has been released on DVD and I bought it. I would like to own more but it's been so long since this was released I'm not counting on it.
17. Mod Squad (1968–1973)
60 min | Action, Crime, Drama
Three young outsiders fight crime as undercover agents for the police. (One white man, one black man, one blonde woman.)
Nothing symbolized the late sixties and early seventies any better than The Mod Squad. If you've seen the feature film, forget that and try to catch a few seasons of the original. Unfortunately, only two seasons have been released and I own them both. Will we see more? Hope so.
18. The Big Valley (1965–1969)
60 min | Western
The Wild West adventures of the Barkley family in California's San Joaquin Valley.
What happened with the DVD release of this series really irritates me. Fox owns the rights and released Season One complete for about thirty bucks (much cheaper now). I think it sold well enough, but for some reason only greedy executives can understand they decided to release Season Two in Volumes and jacked up the price to $40 for half a season. Certainly people were hesitant to buy part of Season Two seeing as how they could not fathom why one whole season could be released a lot cheaper than a half season. Studio Executives who failed to see their own complicity in this, took the fact that people saw through their shenanigans as a sign that nobody wanted to buy it and have not released and further episodes. I do own the Season and a half but i did not buy the half season until it was finally marked way down.
19. Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy
The lives and trials of a young single woman and her friends, both at work and at home.
I'm glad to have this complete series in my library. Especially since it looked for a long long time like it was going to remain unfinished. But this was another series owned by Fox, and they made a mess of things again. However, the seasons were finally released and I suggest you pick this series up while you can.
20. The Sopranos (1999–2007)
TV-MA | 55 min | Crime, Drama
A New Jersey mob boss, Tony Soprano, deals with personal and professional issues in his home and business life, which affects his mental state and leads him to seek professional psychiatric counseling.
Probably one of the most popular series in pay cable History. Of course, I own the complete series because with this show, it's almost a necessity to own all of them or none at all. But it wasn't cheap to acquire and still isn't.
21. The Donna Reed Show (1958–1966)
30 min | Comedy, Family
The Stones consist of loving homemaker Donna, her pediatrician husband Alex, and their children Mary and Jeff. Many situations arise like when they found a baby on their doorstep or take in... See full summary »
The great Donna Reed stars in one of the best family oriented sit-coms from the 50's and 60's. It ran for 8 seasons, and five seasons have been released. I own all five. The bad news is we may never see the final three seasons. The worst news is that Seasons one and two now appear to be out of print so if you don't have them and now want them, you'll have to pay the piper. My suggestion: Buy what you can afford of Seasons 3 to 5 and hope one and two are re-released. Just don't count on it.
22. Sex and the City (1998–2004)
TV-MA | 30 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Four female New Yorkers gossip about their sex lives (or lack thereof) and find new ways to deal with being a woman in the '90s.
Another HBO series. I actually bought this for my girlfriend because she loved the show. But she's never watched the DVD's so maybe I will since I didn't watch the series. Yeah, I know it's not meant for me.
23. The Shield (2002–2008)
TV-MA | 47 min | Crime, Drama, Thriller
Follows the lives and cases of a dirty Los Angeles Police Department cop and the unit under his command.
My girlfriend was also a big fan of this series so I purchased it. But she hasn't watched the DVD's either. What I'm finding out about my girlfriend is that she seldom likes to revisit a TV series. Or maybe she just doesn't know how to operate the DVD player.
24. Medium (2005–2011)
TV-14 | 60 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Suburban mom Allison DuBois attempts to balance family life with solving mysteries using her special gift. The dead send her visions of their deaths or other crimes while she sleeps.
The Girlfriend again. This time I had bought all but the last two seasons and probably will buy those when I can and watch the series myself. This was another one originally purchased for my girlfriend that I'll watch before she will. She refuses to watch the last season I guess because she thinks she won't like the ending. The same reason she wouldn't watch the last few episodes of Saving Grace.
25. House M.D. (2004–2012)
TV-14 | 44 min | Drama, Mystery
An antisocial maverick doctor who specializes in diagnostic medicine does whatever it takes to solve puzzling cases that come his way using his crack team of doctors and his wits.
We bought the first four seasons of House in a big Black Friday sale. From then on we ended up purchasing each season as they were released. I was just a casual fan of the show so I've gone back and watched some of the episodes I've missed. So yeah, we own the whole series.
26. Grey's Anatomy (2005– )
TV-14 | 41 min | Drama, Romance
A drama centered on the personal and professional lives of five surgical interns and their supervisors.
The one show my girlfriend and I have watched since day one for the most part although the last few seasons I haven't watched as faithfully as I once did. Early on we began buying the seasons and currently own them all except the one that just finished. We will undoubtedly own that too. For some reason only one season has been released on blu-ray. That's a bummer.
27. Adventures of Superman (1952–1958)
TV-G | 30 min | Action, Adventure, Crime
The Man of Steel fights crime with help from his friends at the Daily Planet.
I own the whole series. It was reasonable enough. Yes, I know I'm revisiting my childhood. Part of the novelty is watching the color episodes. There weren't many TV shows filmed in color in those years so that makes this a novelty.
28. The Facts of Life (1979–1988)
TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy, Family
A group of girls, attending a boarding school, tackle issues throughout teenage life and later adulthood.
It's hard to believe that this series ran for nine seasons. But it did. However, only five seasons have been released which is a shame. I'm not that enamored of the two final seasons but if they ever release the rest of the series I'll probably acquire them all.
29. Roseanne (1988–1997)
TV-PG | 22 min | Comedy, Drama
The story of a working class family struggling with life's essential problems: Marriage, Children, Money and Parents in Law.
One of the worst purchases I've ever made. I bought all nine seasons and it wasn't cheap. It's not one of the worst purchase because I don't like the series. I love it. But now you can buy the whole seriees for less than $60. You don't want to know what I paid. But I love this show. Still as funny now as it always was.
30. Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989–1993)
30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family
A teenaged genius deals with the usual problems of growing up: having a girlfriend, going to parties, hanging out with his best friend, all this on top of being a licensed physician in a ... See full summary »
I only own the first season, but would like to acquire Seasons 2 and 3. I could care less if I acquire Season Four which I didn't care for at all. But I thought this show was pretty good and who knew that Neil Patrick Harris would have such staying power. Btw, I love How I Met Your Mother, but will wait until the series is completed to add it to my collection, hopefully with a boxed set.
31. Silver Spoons (1982–1987)
30 min | Comedy, Family
Ricky Stratton is a spoiled rich kid who lives the life that many kids dream of, but he still suffers from the problems that many teens do.
Only one season of this series has been released. I wouldn't mind adding a couple of more. The cast is what made this show work as well as it did. No kid could ever cry as well as Ricky Schroeder did. It's looking doubtful that we'll see anymore seasons though.
32. Moonlighting (1985–1989)
TV-PG | 60 min | Comedy, Drama, Mystery
The quirky cases of a former model and a smart aleck detective who manage a private detective agency.
For my money, the best series to come out of the 80's if you don't include some of the episodes from the final two seasons. Why this show hit such a downward slope is well known by now and easily researched. Regardless, I do own the entire series.
33. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
60 min | Adventure, Drama, Western
The adventures of a Shaolin Monk as he wanders the American West armed only with his skill in Kung Fu.
I only remember a few episodes of this series. But I bought the complete set and hope to revisit it sooner rather than later. After the death of David Carradine, I just felt I should add it to my library.
34. Make Room for Daddy (1953–1965)
30 min | Comedy, Family
Danny Williams, a successful nightclub singer, encounters a variety of difficult or amusing situations in trying to balance his career with his family: his outspoken wife Kathy, teenage ... See full summary »
Later to become The Danny Thomas Show, only two complete season of this series has been released. Those would be Seasons 5 and 6 and I own them both. Other public domain episodes are available but I wish the rest of the series was released in order. The series was funny then and funny now. But when it's given a disjointed release such as this was the chances of getting the whole series are slim to none.
35. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1952–1966)
TV-G | 30 min | Comedy, Family
As the sons age, we go through their teenage dating problems, marriage and careers.
There are many many episodes of this series in the public domain. I think I have over a hundred of them and the quality runs hot and cold. A few editions have been put out by the Nelson Family. Getting the complete series may never happen as I've heard that when the series was sold for syndication, there was a lot of editing and cutting and those cuts and edits were simply tossed away. How much of this series really survived? We may never know.
36. I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
TV-G | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
A United States astronaut finds his life vastly complicated when he stumbles on to a bottle containing a female genie.
I'm probably one of the few who preferred this to Bewitched. I thought the gags were much funnier and clever, and it wasn't saddled with a husband saying "no witchcraft" or in this case "no genie stuff." I thought the smartest thing the show did was to finally let Roger in on Tony's big secret. The entire cast was marvelous, from Larry Hagman to Barbara Eden to Bill Daly to Hayden Rourke to Emmaline Henry. I own the whole series but it was only five seasons which made it much easier to add to my collection.
37. My Living Doll (1964–1965)
30 min | Comedy, Sci-Fi
Rhoda is an extremely sexy young woman living with womanizing Air Force shrink Bob McDonald. What Bob knows and the rest of the world does not is that Rhoda's real name is AF 709, and she ... See full summary »
Bob Cumming has a robot. The Robot is Julie Newmar. I made an exception here for series I have a complete season of. This was released as a partial volume last year, and it may be all we ever get to see of the series since it was released as "The Official Collection Volume 1." Have yet to watch these, but I do look forward to it.
38. Honey West (1965–1966)
30 min | Action, Crime, Drama
After the death of her father, sexy Honey West took over his high-tech private detective firm, assisted by rugged Sam Bolt and her pet ocelot Bruce.
Anne Francis as a female detective. An under rated show from the sixties that certainly deserved to run more than one season. I guess some folks didn't take too kindly to a beautiful seductive woman running around Karate chopping and kicking the snot out of a bunch of criminals. The one season is available and one I picked up as soon as it was released.
39. Sanford and Son (1972–1977)
TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy
The misadventures of a cantankerous junk dealer and his frustrated son.
I picked up Sanford and Son when it was released as a specially priced set. I think I bought the entire series for about $30 dollars. Checking right now, it's still available at that price. The packaging is that much but for $30 I don't care. I wish more series would be released this way (some have) so they would be more affordable.
40. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003)
TV-14 | 44 min | Action, Drama, Fantasy
A young woman is forced to fulfill her destiny of fighting vampires and demons with the help of her friends all the while struggling to live a normal teenage life of heart break and drama.
Buffy is one of my favorite series ever. There's really not much to say here except that if you've never seen it, take the time to stream it on either Amazon or Netflix. Some of the first season shows are iffy, but once the series finds it's footing, I guarantee you'll be hooked and rewatch many of these great episodes over and over again. Buffy includes some of the best episodes ever done for series television. It was Netflix that led me to this show, so when I had the chance to grab the series on DVD at a discount I snatched it up.
41. Angel (1999–2004)
TV-14 | 44 min | Action, Drama, Fantasy
The vampire Angel, cursed with a soul, moves to Los Angeles and aids people with supernatural-related problems while questing for his own redemption.
I confess. I haven't watched a lot of Angel as of yet. I've seen all the Buffy crossover episodes though. But I bought the series just in case the streaming rights are ever pulled because I do need to find the time to watch all of the episodes.
42. The Love Boat (1977–1987)
TV-G | 60 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
The romantic and comic tales of the passengers and crew of the cruise ship, Pacific Princess.
What I like about series like The Love Boat is it gives you a chance to see lots of actors, actresses, and entertainers that you seldom see any more, or who have passed away. That always will be the main attraction. The stories are often hit or miss, and sometimes miss very badly. But every once in a while you'll get a gem. Two seasons have been released. I own both.
43. Ironside (1967–1975)
60 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Wheelchair-bound detective Robert T. Ironside battles the bad guys on the streets of San Francisco.
In case you didn't know, I guess they are going to come up with a rehashed version of Ironside in 2013. I don't know if anybody can top Raymond Burr, who I felt was much better in this role than in the Perry Mason role he labored in for so many years. I own three seasons, and consider myself lucky to have those. Four seasons have been released but Shout Factory has made acquiring this series ridiculously expensive. Try to find it used as I did for Season 3.
44. The Greatest American Hero (1981–1983)
60 min | Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
A teacher is asked to be a superhero using a special alien suit with powers he can barely understand or control.
Really goofy series from the 80's. Great memorable theme song. Great relationship between Robert Culp and William Katt. Should have ran for more seasons but by the end I don't think the writers knew where they wanted to go with it. But I love it and own the complete series which can be had very reasonably.
45. Adam-12 (1968–1975)
30 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
Two regular police officers patrol Los Angeles.
I thought Adam 12 was much better than Jack Webb's other series, Dragnet. A lot of it had to do with the chemistry of the two stars Martin Milner and Kent McCord. I own four of the seven seasons but it does stream on Netflix.
46. I'm Dickens, He's Fenster (1962–1963)
30 min | Comedy
Sitcom about two young blue-collar carpenters: the married one Harry Dickens, and the bachelor Arch Fenster (with his 'little black book'). Harry longs for the excitement of Fenster's ... See full summary »
This ran for one season back in the early sixties. I remember the series only vaguely but what do you expect. I was only eight. But it's one of those series I love to acquire because it's one you never thought would be released. This is only half a season, so it's an exception to my complete season criteria. No word on the release of the second half.
47. Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (1976–1977)
TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy, Romance
Set in fictional Fernwood, Ohio, this deliriously demented serial focused on the beleaguered heroine Mary Hartman, an average American housewife. In the first year, Mary suffered the ... See full summary »
Out of necessity, another exception to my complete season rule simply because this is listed as Volume One and includes what is supposedly the best episodes of the First Season. I believe that's all we're going to get as it's been a while since this was released. Too bad. A really great series.
48. Get Smart (1965–1970)
TV-G | 25 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Bumbling Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 for CONTROL, battles the evil forces of KAOS with the help of his competent partner Agent 99.
If you saw the recent movie based on this series, forget that and go back and watch the Real McCoy. Don Adams as Agent 86, Maxwell Smart and Barbra Feldon as Agent 99 spoof the spy movie craze of the sixties along with just about everything else. You could make a whole dictionary out of the catch phrases that came from this series, of which I own every episode.
49. Petticoat Junction (1963–1970)
TV-G | 30 min | Comedy
The misadventures of the family staff of The Shady Rest Hotel and their neighbors of Hooterville.
I liked this show much better than it's later counterpart Green Acres. Oh, let's be honest. I hated Green Acres. But the laid back easy going understated comedy of this series just sort of clicked with me and still does. The show never seemed to go too far off the rails unlike the aforementioned Acres and even The Beverly Hillbillies. Only two complete seasons have been released and those are what I own.
50. The Partridge Family (1970–1974)
30 min | Comedy, Family, Music
The humourous adventures of a family of pop musicians.
For my money, The Partridge Family was much better than another seemingly more famous series at the time, The Brady Bunch. I found the kids here much better because they just seemed more real. I think a lot of it can be attributed to the writers, who saw to it that unlike The Brady's, this clan wasn't sickenly sweet. I don't know if I put that the right way but maybe you'll know what I mean. Another way to look at it, the two younger kids, unlike Creepy Cindy from the Brady Family, were kept in the background the great majority of the time leaving Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Susan Dey, and Dave Madden to carry the load. And the music wasn't that bad either. I own the whole series, but did we really need that extra kid in the final season?
More to come.
51. Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
TV-G | 60 min | Action, Adventure, Drama
The adventures of the greatest of the female superheroes.
I own the complete series. It'll be almost new when I watched it because I seldom watched in it's original broadcast.
54. Boston Legal (2004–2008)
TV-14 | 44 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
Boston Legal is a spin-off of the long-running David E. Kelley series The Practice (1997), following the exploits of former Practice character Alan Shore (James Spader) at the legal firm of Crane, Poole, and Schmidt.
55. Coach (1989–1997)
TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy, Sport
Hayden Fox is the head coach of a university football team, and eats, sleeps and lives football. His partner, however, does not share his passion for the sport, which frequently causes ... See full summary »
Sons of the great detective Fenton Hardy, Frank and Joe are eager to impress their father with their mystery solving skills. When an opportunity comes to help prove the new kid in town as ... See full summary »
68. The Real McCoys (1957–1963)
30 min | Comedy
From the hills of West Virginia, Amos McCoy moves his family to an inherited farm in California. Grandpa Amos is quick to give advice to his three grandchildren and wonders how his neighbors ever managed without him around.
69. Room 222 (1969–1974)
30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family
Black teacher Pete Dixon tries to teach the students at Walt Whitman High to be tolerant. He is assisted by girlfriend and school counselor Liz and student teacher (later teacher) Alice. The students love him.
73. Thriller (1960–1962)
50 min | Crime, Drama, Horror
Anthology series hosted by Boris Karloff that originally told ordinary tales of crime and mystery, but later became a showcase for gothic horror stories, many of which were based on works ... See full summary »
74. The King of Queens (1998–2007)
TV-PG | 22 min | Comedy
Delivery man Doug Heffernan has a good life: He's got a pretty wife (Carrie), a big TV and friends to watch it with. Then Carrie's goofy and annoying father Arthur moves in with them.
77. Peyton Place (1964–1969)
30 min | Drama, Romance
The original primetime soap took place in the title town, which was founded by the Peyton family, whose members included the Harringtons. Some of the plots involved Rodney Harrington, the ... See full summary »