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TV Seasons


1952/53 – I Love Lucy was #1 on CBS Monday.

Note: Any BOLD shows were cancelled in 1952 season; Hollywood Screen Test was cancelled in the sixth season.

Alternate Series:

Philco TV Playhouse and Goodyear TV Playhouse were on NBC Sunday at 9 PM.

The Buick Circus Hour appeared in Texaco Star Theatre's time period, NBC Tuesday at 8 PM, every fourth week.

Cavalcade Of America and Scott Music Mall was on NBC Wednesday at 8:30 PM.

Four Star Playhouse and Amos 'N' Andy were on CBS Thursday at 8:30 PM.

Four Star Playhouse and Willys Theatre Presenting Ben Hecht's Tales Of The City were on CBS Thursday at 8:30 PM for the summer.

Gangbusters and Dragnet was on NBC Thursday at 9 PM.

City Hospital and Place The Face was on CBS Thursday at 10:30 PM.

Quick As A Flash and Personality Puzzle was on ABC Thursday at 10:30 PM.

Alternate Title: Due to the sponsorship, Summer Theatre was also known as Interlude on alternate weeks.

Biggest New Hit: The Buick Circus Hour was #6 on NBC Tuesday. Texaco Star Theatre was #5. Both series shared the same time period. For a hit show, The Buick Circus Hour was cancelled in the first season. Maybe, The Clown scare the viewers off. Maybe, Kim's singing voice deafen the viewers. Maybe, Bill Owens charge outrageous high prices to see the circus in town. Maybe, The Ringmaster threaten to throw the viewers in the cage with the lions. Who knows the real reason why it was cancelled?

First Run: Hopalong Cassidy begun a one year syndication run; it was previously on NBC from 1949–1951.

Local TV:

The Strawhatters was on local TV in New York in 1952, then on DUM in May 1953.

Valentino was on local TV in New York for a time.

Name Change:

ABC Album to Plymouth Playhouse starting with the third episode.

Blind Date to Your Big Moment, then few weeks later, it went back to Blind Date.

Campbell Playhouse to Campbell Soundstage as a LIVE series. The playhouse was filmed.

Martin Kane, Private Eye to Martin Kane in August 1953.

Original Run:

The Doctor was on NBC Sunday at 10 PM.

Fight Talk was on ABC Saturday at 9:45 PM.

General Electric Theater was on CBS Sunday at 9 PM from 1953–1961.

Pet Shop was on DUM Saturday at 7:30 PM for two seasons.

Those Two was on NBC Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 7:30 PM for two seasons.


Death Valley Days was on the radio from 1930–1945.

Ethel And Albert was on ABC from 1944–1950. Peg Lynch was the creator and the star. The TV version lasted from 1953–1956 with Peg Lynch and Alan Bunce.

Gangbusters was on the radio from 1936–1957.

Life With Luigi was on CBS from 1948–1953.

Meet Millie was on CBS from 1951–1954. Earl Ross played the same role in the TV series.

Our Miss Brooks was on CBS from 1948–1957. Gale Gordon and Eve Arden played the same roles in the TV series.

The Walter Winchell Show was on the radio from 1932–1956.

Reruns: DuMont aired Big Town reruns under the name of City Assignment while CBS showed original episodes of Big Town.

The Return:

DUM revived Blind Date for a summer run.

NBC revived Candid Camera for the summer.

NBC revived the former CBS series, Ford Theatre, after a year absence.

NBC revived The Life Of Riley with a brand new cast in January 1953. This time around, it lasted for six seasons. Jackie Gleason was in the original failed 1949 series. Surprisingly, Jackie started his own series this season.

What's It Worth returned to DuMont for another year. It was previously on CBS in 1948.

DUM revived Meet Your Congress. It was previously on NBC in 1949.

DUM revived New York Giants Quarterback Huddle after a year absence.

ABC revived Other Lands, Other Places. It was last seen in 1951.

CBS revived TV's Top Tunes. It was last seen in 1951.

Sammy Kaye returned to NBC after a year absence. He was previously on CBS.

Summer Replacement:

The Larry Storch Show replaced The Jackie Gleason Show for the summer.

Saturday Night Revue replaced Your Show Of Shows for the summer.

Summer Theatre replaced The Adventures Of Ozzie & Harriet for the summer.

Summertime U.S.A. replaced Jane Froman's U.S.A Canteen for the summer.

Your Play Time replaced the two alternated series, The Jack Benny Show and Private Secretary, for the summer.

Switch Networks:

Blind Date went from NBC to DUM.

The Continental went from CBS to ABC.

Drew Pearson went from ABC to DUM in December 1952.

The Eddy Arnold Show went from CBS to NBC.

Hollywood Opening Night was a LIVE series on NBC; even it had a host, Jimmy Fidler. CBS had neither of them last season.

In the first and last season, This Is The Life bounced back and forth from DUM to ABC to DUM to ABC.

Rebound went from ABC to DUM.

Youth On March went from ABC to DUM.

What's Your Bid went from to ABC to DUM in May 1953.


George S. Kaufman was suspended from This Is Show Business for a little while. He went on about commercialization of Christmas and then said, "Let's makes this one program on which no one sings 'Silent Nights.'" CBS got angry letters from the viewers.

Doc Cockle lasted 3 episodes and quickly replaced by Mr. Peepers.

After the network run, This Is The Life strived in syndication till the 1980's. The Fishers was phased out in 1956 and the series became an anthology series.

What's The Story was the last surviving DuMont show in 1955. After DuMont finished off boxing in 1956, the network was a distant memory.

Pick The Winner was on CBS and DUM at the same time for the 1952 Presidential year.

Private Secretary wasn't on CBS in the summers of 1953 and 1954; NBC showed the reruns instead.

Adventure was a big failure in prime time. The series found success on CBS Sunday afternoons from 1953–1956.

Gangbusters was one of the few series to be cancel on Xmas day. Thank goodness I am not in their shoes! Who want a bittersweet Xmas?

Hmm, The Big Idea! Hey, I got a great idea. Why don't we get the nasty American Idol judge, Simon Cowell, produce a series just like that? Oh, man! The name is coming to me. Let's call it American Inventor! Wow! What a name! With Simon, American Inventor won't fail, unlike The Big Idea. Sadly, some great ideas were stolen. Got that, Peter Jones?

ABC's Plymouth Playhouse turned three pilots into full fledge series. Jamie was on ABC from 1953–1954. Colonel Humphrey Flack was on DUM from 1953–1954 and in syndication from 1958–1959. Justice was on NBC from 1954–1956.


1952/53 Fall Season

One Season (1952/53)

The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet – 1952–1966, ABC, comedy

Cavalcade Of America – 1952–1957, NBC, dramatic anthology

Ford Theatre – 1952–1956, NBC; 1956/57, ABC, dramatic anthology

Four Star Playhouse – 1952–1956, CBS, dramatic anthology, David Niven

I Married Joan – 1952–1955, NBC, comedy, Joan Davis, Jim Backus

The Jackie Gleason Show – 1952–1955, CBS, comedy variety

Jane Forman's U.S.A Canteen – 1952–1955, CBS, musical variety, LIVE, Jane Froman

Meet Millie – 1952–1956, CBS, comedy, Elena Verdugo, Florence Halop

Mr. & Mrs. North – 1952/53, CBS; 1954, NBC, comedy/mystery, Richard Denning

Name That Tune – June 1953–1954, NBC; 1954–1959, CBS, game

New York Giants Quarterback Huddle – 1952–1953, DUM, sports commentary, Steve Owen

Our Miss Brooks – 1952–1956, CBS, comedy, Eve Arden, Gale Gordon

The Red Buttons Show – 1952–1954, CBS; 1954/55, NBC, comedy/variety, Red Buttons

This Is Your Life – 1952–1961, NBC, testimonial

Two For The Money – 1952/53, NBC; 1953-1957, CBS, quiz, Herb Shriner

The Walter Winchell Show – 1952–1955, ABC, news/commentary, Walter Winchell


Cancelled Shows:

Anywhere, U.S.A. – ABC, documentary drama, Eddie Dowling

Balance Your Budget – CBS, quiz, Bert Parks

The Buick Circus Hour – NBC, musical drama, LIVE, Joe E. Brown

Club Embassy – NBC, variety, Bob Elliot

Dark Of Night – DUM, dramatic anthology, LIVE

Doc Corkle – NBC, comedy, 3 episodes, Eddie Mayeoff

Famous Fights – DUM, sports, Jimmy Powers

Football Sidelines – DUM, sports, Harry Wismer

Gulf Playhouse – NBC, dramatic anthology, LIVE

The Herman Hickman Show – NBC, sports commentary, Herman Hickman

Heaven for Betsy – CBS, comedy, LIVE, Jack Lemmon

Leave It To Larry – CBS, comedy, Eddie Albert

Life With Luigi – CBS, comedy, LIVE, J. Carrol Naish

Pick The Winner – CBS/DUM, political, Walter Cronkite

Politics On Trial – ABC, debate

Short Short Dramas – NBC, dramatic anthology, Ruth Woods

Steve Randall – DUM, detective drama, Melvyn Douglas

Scott Music Hall – NBC, musical variety, Patti Page

Stage A Number – DUM, talent, Bill Windell

This is The Life – ABC, religious drama, Onslow Stevens

Trash Or Treasure – DUM, art appraisal, Sigmund Rothschild

Where Was I? – DUM, quiz, Dan Seymour


16 out of 38 new series SURVIVED for 1953/54

ABC – 2/6, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet & The Walter Winchell Show

CBS – 7/12, Four Star Playhouse, The Jackie Gleason Show, Jane Forman's U.S.A Canteen, Meet Millie, Mr. & Mrs. North, Our Miss Brooks & The Red Buttons Show

DUM – 1/8, New York Giants Quarterback Huddle

NBC – 6/12, Cavalcade Of America, Ford Theatre, I Married Joan, Name That Tune, This Is Your Life & Two For The Money


Mid season shows

At Issue – July 1953–1954, ABC, interview, Martin Agronsky

Bank On The Stars – 1953, CBS, 1954, NBC; quiz, Jack Paar

The Big Issue – April 1953–1954, DUM, public affairs, Martha Roundtree

Coke Time – April 1953–1957, NBC, music, LIVE, Don Ameche

Enterprise – 1952–1955, ABC, documentary

Ethel & Albert – April 1953–1954, NBC; June–Sept 1955, CBS; 1955/56, ABC, comedy, Peg Lynch

Fight Talk – January 1953–1955, ABC, sports commentary, Don Dunphy

General Electric Theater – February 1953–1962, CBS, dramatic anthology

It Happened In Sports – July 1953-1954, NBC, sports commentary, Bud Palmer

The Life Of Riley – January 1953–1958, NBC, comedy, William Bendix

Madison Square Garden Highlights – June 1953–1954, ABC, sports commentary, Marty Glickman

Meet Your Congress – July 1953–1954, DUM, debate, Sen. Blair Moody

Medallion Theater –July 1953–1954, CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE

Music At The Meadowbrook – May–December 1953, ABC, musical variety, LIVE, Jimmy Blaine

Music Show – May 1953–1954, DUM, music, Mike Douglas

Orchid Award – May 1953–1954, ABC, musical variety, Bert Lytell

Place The Face – July 1953, NBC; 1953/54, CBS; 1954/55, NBC, quiz, Jack Smith

Private Secretary – February 1953–1957, CBS, comedy, Ann Sothern

Quick As A Flash – March 1953–1954, ABC, quiz, LIVE, Bobby Sherwood

Rebound – 1952, ABC; 1952–1953, DUM, dramatic anthology

Revlon Mirror Theatre – June–Sept 1953, NBC; 1953, CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE

Saturday Night Fights – January 1953–1955, ABC, boxing, Bill Stern

Saturday Night Revue – June 1953–1954, NBC, variety, Hoagy Carmichael

The Strawhatters – May 1953–1954, DUM, variety, Johnny Olsen

TV's Top Tunes – June 1953–1955, CBS, music, LIVE, Bob Eberly

Talent Patrol – January 1953–1955, ABC, talent/variety, Steve Allen

Washington Exclusion – June–November 1953, DUM, discussion, Frank McNaughton

Your Play Time – June 1953–1954, ABC; 1955, NBC, dramatic anthology, LIVE


Cancelled Mid Season Shows

Adventure – CBS, wildlife/adventure, Charles Collingwood

All In One – CBS, comedy variety, LIVE, George de Witt

Anyone Can Win – CBS, quiz, Al Capp

Biff Baker U.S.A. – CBS, adventure, Alan Hale, Jr.

The Big Ideal – DUM, inventions, Donn Bennett

The Billy Daniels Show – ABC, music, Billy Daniels

Blind Date – DUM, audience participation

Both Sides – ABC, debate, Quincy Howe

Candid Camera – NBC, humor, Allen Funt

Double Or Nothing – NBC, quiz, 5 episodes, Bert Parks

Drama At Eight – DUM, dramatic anthology, 4 episodes

The Ernie Kovacs Show – CBS, comedy/variety, LIVE, Ernie Kovacs

Eye Witness – NBC, dramatic anthology, Robert Montgomery

Follow The Leader – CBS, quiz, LIVE, Vera Vague

Footlights Theater – CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE

Gold Seal Playhouse – ABC, dramatic anthology

The Greatest Man On Earth – ABC, quiz, LIVE, Ted Brown

It's A Small World – DUM, travelogue, Dick Noel

Jimmy Hughes, Rookie Cop – DUM, crime drama, Conrad Janis

Johnny Jupiter – DUM, children's, Vaughn Taylor

The Larry Storch Show – CBS, comedy/variety, LIVE, Larry Storch

Lash Of The West – ABC, western, Lash La Rue

Meet The Veep – NBC, discussion, LIVE, Earl Godwin

My Hero – NBC, comedy, Robert Cummings

My Son Jeep – NBC, comedy, Jeffrey Lynn

Nothing But the Best – NBC, musical variety, LIVE, Eddie Albert

Old American Barn Dance – DUM, music, Bill Bailey

Opera Vs. Jazz – ABC, music, Nancy Kenyon

Operation Neptune – NBC, sci fi, LIVE, Todd Griffin

Other Lands, Other Places – ABC, travelogue

Pentagon U.S.A. – CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE, Addison Richards

Personality Puzzle – ABC, quiz, Robert Alda

Perspective Personals – ABC, discussion, LIVE

Plymouth Playhouse – ABC, various, Donald Cook

Report Cards For Parents – DUM, discussion

Report From... – NBC, news/travelogue

The Sammy Kaye Show – NBC, musical variety, Sammy Kaye

Summer Night Theater – DUM, anthology, 4 episodes

Summer Theatre – ABC, dramatic anthology

Summertime U.S.A – CBS, music, LIVE, Teresa Brewer, Mel Torme

Take A Guess – CBS, quiz, John K.M McCaffery

Valentino – ABC, romantic monologue, Barry Valentino

What In The World – CBS, quiz, Dr. Froelich Rainey

What's Your Bid – ABC, auction, Leonard Rosen

Wheel Of Fortune – CBS, quiz, Todd Russell

Why? – ABC, quiz, John Reed King

Willys Theatre Presenting Ben Hecht's Tales Of The City – CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE, Ben Hecht

Wisdom Of The Ages – DUM, discussion, Jack Barry

The Wonderful John Action – NBC, drama, LIVE, Harry Holcombe

Youth Takes A Stand – CBS, discussion, Marc Cramer



The Abbott And Costello Show – 1952–1954, syndication, comedy, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello

The Adventures Of Superman – 1952–1958, syndication, adventure, George Reeves

China Smith – syndication, adventure, Dan Duryea

Death Valley Days – 1952–1975, syndication, western anthology, Stanely Andrews

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents – January 1953–1957, syndication, anthology, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.

Favorite Story – January 1953–1955, syndication, dramatic anthology, Adolphe Menjou

Hopalong Cassidy – syndication, western, William Boyd

I'm The Law – syndication, crime drama, George Raft

Ramar Of Jungle – 1952–1954, syndication, adventure, Jon Hall

The Range Rider – 1952–1954, syndication, western, Dick Jones


Late Night

Paul Harvey News – ABC, news commentary, Paul Harvey


Two Seasons (1951/52)

The Adventures Of Kit Carson – 1951–1955, syndication, western

Battle Of The Ages – January–November 1952, CBS, talent

The Better Home Show – May 1951–1952, ABC, instruction

The Big Payoff – 1952–1953, NBC, quiz

Bob And Ray – November 1951–1953, NBC, comedy variety

Boston Blackie – 1951–1953, syndication, detective drama

Campbell Soundstage – June 1952–1954, NBC, dramatic anthology, LIVE

Chance Of A Lifetime – May 1952–1953, ABC; 1953–1955, DUM; 1955/56, ABC, talent

City Hospital – March 1952–1953, CBS, medical drama, LIVE

The Continental – Spring 1952, CBS, 1952/53, ABC, romantic monologue

Crime Syndicated – 1951–1953, CBS, police anthology

A Date With Judy – July 1952–1953, ABC, comedy

The Dinah Shore Show – November 1951–1957, NBC, music

The Doctor – August 1952–1953, NBC, medical anthology

Dragnet – January 1952–1959, NBC, police drama

Drew Pearson – May–November 1952, ABC; 1952/53, DUM, commentary

The Eddy Arnold Show – 1952, CBS; 1953, NBC, musical variety

Footlights Theater – CBS, dramatic anthology

Foreign Intrigue – 1951–1955, syndication, intrigue

Gangbusters – March–December 1952, NBC, police anthology

Goodyear TV Playhouse 1951–1960, NBC, dramatic anthology

Guide Right – February 1952–1953, DUM, variety

The Hot Seat – April 1952–1952, ABC, interview, LIVE

Hour Of Decision – 1951–1954, ABC, religion

I Love Lucy – 1951–1957, CBS, comedy

I’ve Got A Secret – June 1952–1967, CBS, game

Inspector Mark Saber–Homicide Squad – 1951–1954, ABC, detective drama

Keep Posted – 1951–1953, DUM, public affairs

Life Is Worth Living – February 1952–1955, DUM; 1955–1957, religious

Masquerade Party – 1952, NBC; 1953, 1954, CBS; 1954–Fall 1956, ABC; 1957, NBC; 1958, CBS; 1958/59, NBC; October 1959–January 1960, CBS; Jan–Sept 1960, NBC, quiz/panel

Mr. Peepers – July 1952–1955, NBC, comedy, LIVE

My Friend Irma – January 1952–1954, CBS, comedy

My Little Margie – June 1952–1955, NBC, comedy

Name's The Same – December 1951–1955, ABC, quiz

On Guard – April 1952–1954, ABC, documentary

On The Line With Considine – January 1952–1954, NBC, news interview

Pet Shop – December 1951–1953, DUM, animals

Place The Face – July 1952–1955, CBS, quiz

Power Of Women – July–Nov 1952, DUM, discussion

Quick On The Draw – Jan–Dec 1952, DUM, quiz

The RCA Victor Show – November 1951–1954, NBC, various, LIVE

The Red Skelton Show – 1951–1953, NBC; 1953–1970, CBS, 1970/71, NBC; variety

Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars – 1951–1959, CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE

See It Now – April 1952–1955, CBS, documentary

Super Ghost – July 1952–1953, NBC, quiz, LIVE

Tales Of Tomorrow – 1951–1953, ABC, sci–fi anthology

Those Two – 1951–1953, NBC, comedy, LIVE

The Week In Religion – March 1952–1954, DUM, religion


Three Seasons (1950/51)

The Adventures Of Wild Bill Hickok – April 1951–1958, syndication, western

All Star Revue – 1950–1953, NBC, comedy variety

America In View – May 1951–1953, ABC, travelogue

Amos 'N' Andy – June 1951–1953, CBS, comedy

Beulah – 1950–1953, ABC, comedy

Big Town – 1950–1954, CBS; 1954–1956, NBC, newspaper drama

The Cisco Kid – 1950–1956, syndication, western

The Colgate Comedy Hour – 1950–1956, NBC, variety

Danger – 1950–1955, CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE

Doorway To Danger – July 1951–1952, NBC; 1953, ABC, international intrigue

Down You Go – May 1951–1955, DUM; summer of 1955, CBS; 1955/56, ABC; summer of 1956, NBC, quiz

The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show – 1950–1958, CBS, comedy

Georgetown University Forum – July 1951–1953, DUM, discussion

Hollywood Opening Night – July 1951–1953, NBC, dramatic anthology, LIVE

It's News To Me – July 1951–1953, CBS, quiz

The Jack Benny Show – 1950–1964, CBS; 1964/65, NBC, comedy

The John Hopkins Science Review – 1950–1954, DUM, information

Live Like A Millionaire – January 1951–1953, CBS, talent/variety

Lux Video Theatre – 1950–1954, CBS; 1954–1957, NBC, LIVE

Mr. Wizard – May 1951–1955, NBC, educational

The Paul Winchell–Jerry Mahoney Show – 1950–1954, NBC, comedy/variety

Racket Squad – June 1951–1953, CBS, police drama

Sports Spot – June 1951–1954, CBS, sports commentary

Strike It Rich – July 1951–1955, CBS, quiz

The Stu Erwin Show – 1950–1955, ABC, comedy

Treasury Men In Action – 1950, ABC; 1951–1954, NBC; 1954/55, ABC, crime drama

Watch Mr. Wizard – May 1951–1955, NBC, educational

What's The Story – July 1951–1955, DUM, quiz

You Asked For It – December 1950–1952, DUM; 1951–1959, ABC, audience participation

You Bet Your Life – 1950–1961, NBC, quiz


Four Seasons (1949/50)

The Alan Young Show – April 1950–1953, CBS, comedy/variety

The Aldrich Family – 1949–1953, NBC, comedy

Armstrong Circle Theatre – June 1950–1957, NBC; 1957–1963, CBS, dramatic anthology

The Arthur Murray Party – 1950, ABC; 1950/51, DUM, 1951/52, ABC; 1952, CBS; 1952/53, DUM; 1953, CBS; 1953/54 – 1954/55, NBC; 1956, CBS; 1956/57, NBC, musical variety

Beat The Clock – March 1950–1958, CBS, quiz

The Big Story – 1949–1957, NBC, dramatic anthology

Blue Ribbon Bouts – 1949–1955, boxing

Broadway To Hollywood–Headline Clues – July 1949–1954, DUM, magazine

The Gene Autry Show – July 1950–1956, CBS, western

The Ken Murray Show – January 1950–1953, CBS, variety

Life Begins At Eighty – January–August 1950, NBC; 1950 – 1952, ABC; 1952–1955, DUM; 1955/56, ABC, discussion

The Lone Ranger – 1949–1957, ABC, western

Man Against Crime – 1949–1953, CBS; 1953/54, NBC/DUM, detective drama

Marshall Plan In Action – June 1950–1953, ABC, documentary

Martin Kane, Private Eye – 1949–1954, NBC, detective drama, LIVE

Pantomime Quiz – July 1950–1951, CBS; Jan–March 1952, NBC; 1952/53, CBS; 1953/54, DUM; summer of 1954, CBS; Jan–March 1955, ABC; 1955–1957, CBS; 1958/59, ABC, quiz

The Plainclothesman – 1949–1954, DUM, police drama

Robert Montgomery Presents – January 1950–1957, NBC, dramatic anthology

Rocky King, Inside Detective – January 1950–1954, DUM, crime drama, LIVE

Gillette Summer Sports Reel – 1950–1955, NBC, sports/sports commentary

Stork Club – July 1950–1953, CBS, talk, LIVE

Strength For A Free World – June 1950–1953, ABC, documentary

Twenty Questions – 1949, NBC; March 1950–1951, ABC; 1951–1954, DUM; 1954/55, ABC, quiz

The Voice of Firestone – 1949–1954, NBC; 1954–1959, ABC, music

The Web – July 1950–1954, CBS, dramatic anthology, LIVE

What’s My Line? – February 1950–1967, CBS, game

Your Hit Parade – summer of 1950–1958, NBC; 1958/59, CBS, music

Your Show Of Shows – February 1950–1954, NBC, comedy/variety

Youth On The March – 1949–1952, ABC; 1952/53, DUM, religion


Five seasons (1948/49)

Arthur Godfrey & His Friends – January 1949–1959, CBS, musical variety

Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts – 1948–1958, CBS, talent

Break The Bank – 1948/49, ABC; 1949–1952, NBC; 1952/53, CBS; summer of 1953, NBC; Jan 1954–1956, ABC; 1956/57, NBC, quiz

Captain Video And His Video Rangers – June 1949–1955, DUM, children's

Fireside Theatre – April 1949–1958, NBC, dramatic anthology

The Fred Waring Show – April 1949–1954, CBS, musical variety

The Goldbergs – January 1949–1951, CBS; 1952–1953, NBC; 1954, DUM, comedy, LIVE

Greatest Fights Of The Century – 1948–1954, NBC, boxing

Mama – July 1949–1956, CBS, comedy/drama, LIVE

Paul Whiteman's TV Teen Club – April 1949–1954, ABC, talent, LIVE

The Perry Como Show – 1948–1950, NBC; 1950–1955, CBS; 1955–1963, NBC, variety

Philco TV Playhouse – 1948–1955, NBC, dramatic anthology

Quiz Kids – March 1949 – 1952, NBC; Jan–Nov 1953, CBS, quiz

Studio One – 1948–1958, CBS, dramatic anthology

Suspense – March 1949–1954, CBS, dramatic anthology

This Is Show Business – July 1949–1954, CBS, variety

Who Said That? – December 1948–1954, NBC, 1955, ABC, quiz


Six seasons (1947/48)

Author Meets The Critics – April 1948–1949, NBC; 1949/50, ABC; 1951/52, NBC, 1952–1954, DUM, book discussion

Hollywood Screen Test – April 1948–1953, ABC; talent

Meet The Press – November 1947–1965, NBC, interview

Original Amateur Hour – January 1948–1949, DUM; 1949–1954, NBC; 1955–1957, ABC; 1957/58, NBC; May 1959, CBS; March 1960, ABC, talent

Texaco Star Theater – June 1948–1956, NBC, comedy/variety

Toast Of The Town – June 1948–1971, CBS, variety


Seven seasons (1946/47)

Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports – 1946–1960, NBC, boxing

Kraft Television Theatre – May 1947–1958, NBC, dramatic anthology


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