“Ultra Q” is a thrilling TV show that aired in 1966 and was voted as one of the best that year. Set in a world where nature is distorted and strange phenomena and otherworldly creatures threaten humanity, it follows a group of lead actors including Kenji Sahara, Hikaru Urano, Yasuhiko Saijô, Ureo Egawa, Hiroko Sakurai, and Yoshifumi Tajima. Get ready for an exciting adventure as they navigate through a warped reality to secure the future of mankind!
“Ultraman” is a thrilling sci-fi TV show from 1966 that follows the adventures of Hayata, a member of the Science Patrol. After a close encounter with an alien, Hayata gains new life and transforms into the powerful hero known as Ultraman. Together with the Science Patrol, they face off against menacing threats that are too much for ordinary humans to handle. With a talented cast and an exciting storyline, this show is a must-watch for fans of action-packed adventures.
“Die Schatzinsel” is a thrilling TV show released on December 25, 1966. Starring a talented cast including Michael Ande, Ivor Dean, and Jacques Monod, this captivating series takes viewers on an exciting adventure. With its official description yet to be revealed, it’s no wonder this show made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted TV Shows of 1966.
“Star Trek” is a groundbreaking TV show that premiered on September 8, 1966. Set in space, it follows the adventures of Captain James T. Kirk and his crew aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise as they embark on a five-year mission to explore the galaxy. With a diverse and determined crew, they encounter various alien species, time paradoxes, and even genetic supermen. It’s a thrilling sci-fi series that takes you to new worlds and boldly goes where no man has gone before.
“Space Patrol” is a groundbreaking German science fiction TV series that aired in 1966, making it the first of its kind in the country. With a captivating storyline and a talented cast including Dietmar Schönherr and Eva Pflug, the show follows the thrilling adventures of the crew aboard the spaceship Orion. Its popularity soared, gaining a dedicated fan base and achieving impressive audience ratings of up to 56%.
Four Tank-Men and a Dog
“Four Tank-Men and a Dog” is a Polish TV series that aired from 1966 to 1970 and quickly gained a cult following in Poland and other Eastern Bloc countries. Set during World War II, the show follows the thrilling adventures of a tank crew and their T-34 tank in the 1st Polish Army. With its iconic characters, including the tank Rudy, a brave German Shepherd named Szarik, and a talented cast led by Janusz Gajos, Franciszek Pieczka, Włodzimierz Press, and Wiesław Gołas, this series has become a beloved part of Polish popular culture.
The Time Tunnel
“The Time Tunnel” is a captivating and colorful science fiction TV series that aired in 1966. Created by Irwin Allen, the show revolves around thrilling time travel adventures. Starring James Darren, Robert Colbert, Whit Bissell, Lee Meriwether, and John Zaremba, this one-season wonder takes viewers on a mesmerizing journey through different eras. With its intriguing storyline and talented cast, it’s no wonder this show made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted TV Shows of 1966.
“Mission: Impossible” is an exciting American TV series that aired from 1966 to 1973, with a brief return in the late 80s. It follows the thrilling missions of the Impossible Missions Force, a team of secret government agents led by Dan Briggs and later Jim Phelps. The show is known for its iconic self-destructing instructions and catchy theme music, and it even inspired a successful series of movies starring Tom Cruise. With a talented cast including Peter Graves, Greg Morris, Peter Lupus, Bob Johnson, and Lynda Day George, this action-packed show is definitely worth checking out.
The Green Hornet
“The Green Hornet” is a thrilling TV show that aired during the 1966-1967 season. Starring Van Williams as the Green Hornet/Britt Reid and the legendary Bruce Lee as Kato, it follows the adventures of a crime-fighting duo who disguise themselves as villains to bring justice to the city. With a talented cast and an exciting storyline, this show is definitely one of the best from 1966.
The Rat Patrol
“The Rat Patrol” is an action-packed TV show set during World War II’s North African campaign. It follows the thrilling adventures of four Allied soldiers, including three Americans and one Englishman, as they form a desert patrol group. Their mission is to disrupt and cause chaos for Field Marshal Rommel’s Afrika Korps. Starring Christopher George, Gary Raymond, Eric Braeden, Lawrence P. Casey, Justin Tarr, and Morgan Jones, this show is a must-watch for fans of wartime action and suspense. Premiering on September 12, 1966, it was one of the best-voted TV shows of that year.
“Batman” is a classic TV show from 1966 that follows the adventures of wealthy entrepreneur Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson, who secretly fight crime as Batman and Robin. With the help of their trusty Bat-utility-belt and the guidance of Police Commissioner Gordon, they race to the scene of the crime in their iconic Batmobile. Join them as they face off against a variety of master criminals, including The Riddler, The Joker, Catwoman, and The Penguin. Starring Adam West and Burt Ward, this action-packed series became a fan favorite when it premiered on January 12, 1966.
Till Death Us Do Part
“Till Death Us Do Part” is a highly acclaimed TV show from 1966 that follows the lives of the Garnett family, residing in London’s East End. Led by the opinionated and conservative patriarch, Alf Garnett, the show delves into the family’s everyday experiences, often highlighting Alf’s controversial views on race and socialism. Starring Warren Mitchell, Dandy Nichols, Una Stubbs, and Anthony Booth, this show offers a fascinating glimpse into the working-class life of the time.
“Dark Shadows” is a captivating American gothic soap opera that aired from 1966 to 1971. Created by Dan Curtis, it initially focused on a dramatic storyline without supernatural elements, but later introduced ghosts, vampires, werewolves, and more. With its melodramatic performances, intriguing plot twists, and a vast array of characters, this cult classic continues to captivate audiences even today. Starring talented actors like Jonathan Frid, Grayson Hall, and Joan Bennett, “Dark Shadows” is a must-watch for fans of the paranormal and thrilling adventures.
The Iron Horse
“The Iron Horse” is a captivating American Western TV series that aired from 1966 to 1968. It follows the thrilling journey of Ben Calhoun, a former gambler who transforms into a railroad tycoon. Starring Dale Robertson as the charismatic Ben Calhoun, alongside talented actors Gary Collins and Robert Random, this show promises an exciting blend of adventure, drama, and a touch of the Wild West.
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.
“The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.” is an exciting American spy-fi TV series that aired in 1966. It’s a spin-off from “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” and follows the thrilling adventures of a female spy. With a talented cast including Stefanie Powers, Noel Harrison, and Leo G. Carroll, this show is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
“The Monkees” is a hilarious and entertaining TV show that premiered on September 12, 1966. It follows the adventures of Micky, Mike, Peter, and Davy, four talented young men trying to make it big in the music industry. Set in 1960s LA, the show combines their pursuit of fame with wacky encounters with eccentric characters, all while being fully aware that their lives are part of a weekly television series. It’s a must-watch for anyone who loves music, comedy, and a touch of surrealism.
“Tarzan” is a captivating TV show that aired from 1966 to 1968 on NBC. Starring Ron Ely as the well-educated Tarzan, the series takes us on a thrilling adventure as Tarzan returns to the jungle where he was raised, seeking solace from civilization. With its “new look” and the absence of Jane, this show offers a fresh take on the legendary apeman, while still retaining the iconic character Cheeta. If you’re in the mood for a classic jungle escapade, this is definitely a must-watch!
“Family Affair” is a heartwarming American sitcom that aired from September 1966 to September 1971. The show follows the story of Bill Davis, a successful civil engineer who unexpectedly becomes the guardian of his brother’s orphaned children. With the help of his loyal English butler, Mr. Giles French, Bill navigates the challenges of raising 15-year-old Cissy and 6-year-old twins, Jody and Buffy, in his luxurious New York City apartment. Starring Brian Keith, Sebastian Cabot, Kathy Garver, Anissa Jones, John Williams, and Johnny Whitaker, this beloved series captures the joys and trials of a unique family dynamic.
“That Girl” is a beloved American sitcom that aired from 1966 to 1971. Starring Marlo Thomas as Ann Marie, a determined aspiring actress, the show follows her journey from Brewster, New York to the bustling streets of New York City. With the support of her boyfriend Donald Hollinger, played by Ted Bessell, and her caring parents Lew and Helen Marie, portrayed by Lew Parker and Rosemary DeCamp, Ann takes on odd jobs while pursuing her dreams in the entertainment industry. It’s a heartwarming and relatable series developed by Bill Persky and Sam Denoff, the talented writers behind “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
“Shane” is a captivating TV show set in the Old West, released in 1966. It follows the story of a dedicated man named Shane, who works tirelessly to protect a young widow, her son, and her father-in-law from the threats of an anti-sodbuster rancher and other dangers of the time. With a talented cast including Jill Ireland, Christopher Shea, David Carradine, and Tom Tully, this show promises an exciting journey through the perils and adventures of the Wild West.
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