“The Odyssey” is an Italian miniseries released on March 24, 1968, and it’s based on Homer’s famous epic, the Odyssey. Starring Bekim Fehmiu, Irene Papas, Renaud Verley, and a talented ensemble cast, this captivating show brings to life the timeless tale of Odysseus’ long and treacherous journey back home after the Trojan War. With stunning performances and a faithful adaptation of the ancient Greek epic, “The Odyssey” is a must-watch for fans of classic literature and captivating storytelling.
“The Caesars” is a British TV series that aired in 1968 and was highly regarded by viewers. Set in Ancient Rome, it delves into the lives of the early emperors, offering a more realistic portrayal of historical characters and their motivations. Starring Freddie Jones, this black-and-white production is a must-watch for history enthusiasts seeking a less sensationalized take on Roman history.
Stawka większa niż życie
“Stawka większa niż życie” is an exciting TV show set during the Second World War in occupied Poland. It follows the thrilling adventures of Hans Kloss, a Polish secret agent who cleverly operates as a double agent within the Abwehr. With a talented cast including Stanisław Mikulski, Emil Karewicz, and Bronisław Pawlik, this series promises to keep you on the edge of your seat. Tune in to experience the gripping world of espionage when it premieres on October 10, 1968.
“Operation: Mystery” is a thrilling TV show that aired in 1968 and was voted as one of the best that year. Starring Yasumi Hara, Homare Suguro, and Shin Kishida, this captivating series takes viewers on a suspenseful journey filled with mystery and intrigue. Tune in to uncover the secrets and unravel the enigmatic plot of “Operation: Mystery”!
One Life to Live
“One Life to Live” is a beloved American soap opera that aired for over 43 years on the ABC network, starting from July 15, 1968. Created by Agnes Nixon, it was a groundbreaking series that featured diverse characters and tackled important social issues. With a talented cast including Kristen Alderson, John-Paul Lavoisier, Michael Easton, Melissa Archer, Bree Williamson, Erika Slezak, Robert S. Woods, Robin Strasser, Farah Fath, and Brandon Buddy, this show captivated audiences for decades.
The Shield and the Sword
“The Shield and the Sword” is a thrilling TV show set in 1940 during the height of Nazi Germany’s power. It follows Alexander Belov, a Russian spy who infiltrates the German military and the SS to gather vital intelligence and aid local resistance movements. With a talented cast and a gripping storyline, this show takes you on a suspenseful journey through the dangerous world of espionage and the fight against Nazism.
“Joe 90” is a captivating British science-fiction TV show from 1968 that revolves around the thrilling adventures of a nine-year-old boy named Joe McClaine. After his scientist father invents a groundbreaking device capable of transferring expert knowledge and experience between human brains, Joe becomes a schoolboy-turned-spy. Equipped with the skills of brilliant academics and military experts, Joe joins the World Intelligence Network as their “Most Special Agent,” dedicating himself to achieving world peace and saving lives. Starring Rupert Davies and Len Jones, this show is a must-watch for fans of action-packed and imaginative storytelling.
The Name of the Game
“The Name of the Game” is a popular American TV series that aired from 1968 to 1971. Starring Tony Franciosa, Gene Barry, and Robert Stack, this pioneering show consisted of 76 episodes, each lasting 90 minutes. With its large budget, it set the stage for other successful series like The Bold Ones and the NBC Mystery Movie in the 1970s.
“Dad’s Army” is a hilarious and heartwarming TV show set in a fictional British seaside town during World War II. It follows the adventures of a group of local defense volunteers known as the Walmington-On-Sea home guard, as they prepare for a potential German invasion. With a talented cast including Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, and Clive Dunn, this show, released in 1968, is sure to keep you entertained with its charming characters and witty humor.
“Adam-12” is a popular TV police drama from 1968 that revolves around two dedicated police officers, Pete Malloy and Jim Reed, as they navigate the streets of Los Angeles in their patrol unit, 1-Adam-12. Starring Martin Milner and Kent McCord, this show offers an exciting and realistic portrayal of their daily adventures and encounters while on duty. It’s a must-watch for fans of classic police dramas!
“Here’s Lucy” is a popular TV show that aired from 1968 to 1974. Starring the legendary Lucille Ball, along with Gale Gordon, Lucie Arnaz, and Desi Arnaz Jr., it was Lucille Ball’s third sitcom on network television. The show follows the comedic adventures of Lucy, played by Lucille Ball, and her hilarious interactions with her co-stars.
“Hawaii Five-O” is a classic American police drama series that aired from 1968 to 1980. Set in beautiful Hawaii, the show follows Detective Lieutenant Steve McGarrett, played by Jack Lord, as he leads a special state police task force. With its catchy theme music and thrilling storylines, this show became a fan favorite, and it’s no wonder it made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted TV Shows of 1968.
“60 Minutes” is a highly acclaimed TV show that has been on the air since 1968. It features a team of CBS News correspondents, including Lesley Stahl, Scott Pelley, and Bill Whitaker, who cover a wide range of topics from hard news to politics, lifestyle, and pop culture. With its engaging and informative segments, this show has become America’s favorite television news magazine.
It Takes a Thief
“It Takes a Thief” is a thrilling TV show from 1968 that follows the story of Alexander Mundy, a skilled cat burglar who is given a unique opportunity by the US government. In exchange for using his exceptional thieving abilities to assist them, he is promised his freedom from prison. With occasional help from his retired thief father, Alister, Alexander embarks on exciting missions that keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Starring Robert Wagner and Malachi Throne, this captivating series is definitely worth checking out!
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
“The Ghost & Mrs. Muir” is a captivating TV show that premiered in 1968. Based on a popular 1947 movie, it tells the story of a haunted house inhabited by a mischievous deceased sea captain. The new tenants, unaware of his presence, find themselves caught up in his ghostly antics. With a talented cast including Edward Mulhare, Hope Lange, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Reta Shaw, this show is sure to keep you entertained with its supernatural twists and turns.
Here Come the Brides
“Here Come the Brides” is a delightful American comedy Western series that aired from September 1968 to April 1970. Loosely based on the Mercer Girls’ story, it follows Asa Mercer’s quest to bring marriageable women from the east coast to old Seattle in the 1860s. With a talented cast including Robert Brown, Bobby Sherman, and David Soul, this show promises a heartwarming and entertaining journey through the challenges of finding love in a town short of men after the American Civil War.
“Please Sir!” is a hilarious London Weekend Television sitcom that aired from 1968 to 1972. Created by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey, this show stars talented actors like Richard Davies, Erik Chitty, Joan Sanderson, Deryck Guyler, and Noel Howlett. With 55 episodes, it’s no wonder this comedy made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted TV Shows of 1968!”
Land of the Giants
“Land of the Giants” is a thrilling sci-fi TV show that takes place in the future year of 1983. It follows the adventures of the crew and passengers of a spaceship called Spindrift, who find themselves stranded on a mysterious planet where everything is twelve times larger than on Earth. With a talented cast and a captivating storyline, this show is a must-watch for fans of science fiction.
The Mod Squad
“The Mod Squad” is an iconic TV show that aired from 1968 to 1973. It follows the adventures of three undercover cops, Pete Cochren, Julie Barnes, and Linc Hayes, as they infiltrate the hippie culture to solve crimes. Starring Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III, and Tige Andrews, this groundbreaking series received numerous award nominations and even ranked #95 on TV Guide’s 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time.
The Dick Cavett Show
“The Dick Cavett Show” is a popular talk show hosted by the charismatic Dick Cavett. It first aired on June 6, 1968, and has since become one of the best-voted TV shows of that year. With its engaging conversations and diverse range of guests, this show is a must-watch for anyone looking for entertaining and thought-provoking discussions.
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