The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour
“The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour” is a beloved TV show that aired from 1957 to 1960 as a collection of thirteen one-hour specials. It was the follow-up to the iconic comedy series “I Love Lucy” and featured the same talented cast, including Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, William Frawley, and Keith Thibodeaux. The show was produced by Desilu and filmed mostly in Los Angeles, with occasional shoots in Lake Arrowhead, Las Vegas, and Sun Valley. It gained such popularity that it was rerun by CBS during the summers of 1962-1967 and later went into syndication.
“American Bandstand” is a classic music-performance show that aired from 1952 to 1989, with its most popular years being from 1957 onwards. Hosted by the legendary Dick Clark, the show featured teenagers dancing to the latest Top 40 hits, while famous musical acts would often make appearances to perform their latest singles. With its influence on American pop culture and Dick Clark’s rise to media mogul status, “American Bandstand” paved the way for other long-running music programs and became a beloved staple of the era.
“Perry Mason” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1957 and features the brilliant criminal defense attorney, Perry Mason, and his dedicated team. Together, they tackle the toughest cases, fighting for justice and helping the innocent. With a talented cast including Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman, and Ray Collins, this show is a must-watch for fans of thrilling courtroom dramas.
The Thin Man
“The Thin Man” is a classic TV show that aired from 1957 to 1959. It follows the story of Nick Charles, a former private detective who tries to leave his adventurous life behind after marrying the wealthy Nora. However, their plans for a peaceful life are constantly interrupted by Nick’s past, leading them into one thrilling mystery after another. Starring Peter Lawford and Phyllis Kirk, this series is based on the popular MGM movies from the 1930s and is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Have Gun, Will Travel
“Have Gun, Will Travel” is a classic American Western TV show that aired from 1957 to 1963. Starring Richard Boone, it follows the adventures of a skilled gunslinger named Paladin, who travels the Wild West taking on various challenges and helping those in need. With its gripping storylines and strong performances, this show quickly became a fan favorite, consistently ranking among the top-rated TV shows of its time.
“Maverick” is a classic American Western TV show that aired from 1957 to 1962. Starring James Garner as Bret Maverick, a clever and smooth-talking cardsharp, the series follows the adventures of the Maverick brothers as they travel across the Old West and Mississippi riverboats, often finding themselves in dangerous situations involving money and women. With a touch of comedy and moral dilemmas, this show is a must-watch for fans of thrilling Western tales.
The Adventures Of Long John Silver
“The Adventures Of Long John Silver” is a thrilling TV series that brings the iconic character from Treasure Island to life. Set in the Caribbean, the proud captain Long John Silver and his crew embark on exciting adventures, often siding with the English against the French and Spanish. With a talented cast including Grant Taylor, Connie Gilchrist, and Robert Newton, this show aired in the United States in 1956 before making its way to the UK in 1957. It’s a must-watch for fans of swashbuckling tales and pirate adventures!”
“Wagon Train” is a classic TV show that aired in 1957 and quickly became a fan favorite. It follows the adventures of a wagon master and his scout as they lead a group of pioneers through the American West. With a talented cast including John McIntire and Robert Fuller, this series captures the spirit of the early wagon train epics and is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of Westerns.
“Suspicion” is a captivating American television mystery drama series that aired on NBC from 1957 to 1959. Produced by the renowned film director Alfred Hitchcock, this show follows thrilling suspense stories that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Starring Dennis O’Keefe, it premiered on September 30, 1957, and is definitely one of the best-voted TV shows of that year.
“Trackdown” is a popular American Western TV show that aired from 1957 to 1959. Starring Robert Culp, the series revolves around thrilling adventures in the Wild West. With over seventy episodes, this show was a spin-off of Dick Powell’s Zane Grey Theater and was filmed at the Desilu-Culver Studio. It’s definitely a must-watch for fans of classic Westerns!
“Tombstone Territory” is a captivating American Western series that aired from 1957 to 1960. Starring Pat Conway and Richard Eastham, the show takes us back to the wild west with its thrilling storylines set in the town of Tombstone. With its release in 1957, this TV show quickly became a fan favorite and is definitely worth checking out for any Western enthusiast.
Zum blauen Bock
“Zum blauen Bock,” released on August 3, 1957, is one of the best-voted TV shows of that year. Starring Reno Nonsens, Franz Grothe, Heinz Schenk, and Lia Wöhr, this delightful series takes viewers on a captivating journey filled with laughter and music. With its charming storyline and talented cast, “Zum blauen Bock” is a must-watch for anyone seeking a delightful TV experience from 1957.
“Blondie” is a classic TV show that aired in 1957, based on the popular comic strip of the same name. Starring Pamela Britton as the lovable Blondie and Arthur Lake as Dagwood Bumstead, the show follows the hilarious adventures of this iconic couple. With its release on January 4, 1957, “Blondie” quickly became a fan favorite, and even though it only includes the first three episodes on DVD, it’s definitely worth a watch for some good old-fashioned comedy.
“Decoy” is a groundbreaking crime drama TV show that aired from October 1957 to July 1958. Starring Beverly Garland as New York City policewoman Casey Jones, the series follows her thrilling undercover assignments in the city’s most dangerous areas. With its release, “Decoy” became the first American police series to feature a female protagonist, making it a must-watch for fans of crime dramas and trailblazing television.
Richard Diamond, Private Detective
“Richard Diamond, Private Detective” is a classic American detective drama that aired on both radio and television. Starring David Janssen and Richard Devon, the show follows the thrilling adventures of a private detective named Richard Diamond. With its release in 1957, this TV show quickly became one of the best voted shows of that year, captivating audiences with its intriguing mysteries and engaging storytelling.
“Annette” is a heartwarming TV serial that aired during the third season of The Mickey Mouse Club in 1957. It follows the story of Annette McCloud, a young girl who moves to town with her wealthy aunt and uncle after being orphaned. With a talented cast including Annette Funicello, Tim Considine, and Roberta Shore, this show is a delightful watch for fans of classic television.
The Real McCoys
“The Real McCoys” is a beloved American sitcom that aired from 1957 to 1963. Set in the beautiful San Fernando Valley of California, the show follows the hilarious adventures of the McCoy family. With a talented cast including Richard Crenna, Walter Brennan, Lydia Reed, and Tony Martinez, this heartwarming series is sure to keep you entertained with its witty humor and relatable family dynamics.
Tales of Wells Fargo
“Tales of Wells Fargo” is a thrilling TV show that aired in 1957. Starring Dale Robertson as Jim Hardie, the series follows the adventures of Wells Fargo agents as they bravely combat the villains. With its release date on March 18th, this show was among the 20 best voted TV shows of that year, making it a must-watch for fans of action-packed Western dramas.
“M Squad” is a thrilling TV show that premiered in 1957 and follows the no-nonsense Lt. Frank Ballinger, played by Lee Marvin. Set in Chicago, the show revolves around the elite M Squad Division’s mission to tackle organized crime and corruption. With Paul Newlan joining the cast, this gripping series promises to keep you on the edge of your seat as they fight to maintain law and order in America’s Second City.
Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans
“Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans” is a thrilling TV show set in the 1750s during the French and Indian war. It follows the adventures of Hawkeye and his Mohican blood brother, Chingachgook, as they navigate the dangers of New York’s Hudson Valley. Based on stories by James Fenimore Cooper, this action-packed series starring Lon Chaney Jr. and John Hart is a must-watch for history buffs and adventure enthusiasts alike.
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