What are the best 60s TV shows?

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    #1Star Trek: The Original Series

    Star Trek: The Original Series

    Star Trek: The Original Series is a sci-fi TV show created by Gene Roddenberry. The show tells the story of the Enterprise crew led by Captain Kirk as they travel the galaxy on missions and various adventures.

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    Billy Ross
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "One of the best TV Shows from the 60's is Star Trek: The Original Series. It is still one of the best sci-fi shows in TV history. Who could ever forget Captain Kirk and Spock. This show will forever be my favorite. "
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    #2The Twilight Zone

    The Twilight Zone

    The Twilight Zone is an anthological series. The sci-fi show was created and hosted by Rod Serling where he presented the episode with a little prologue. Every episode contained a moral or philosophical approach to the big questions in life.

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    Juan Carlos Antonio
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "this is a good show from the 60's era so go check it out"
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    #3Batman

    Batman

    Batman is a live-action TV series that came out in 1966 starring Adam West, Burt Ward, and Alan Napier. It tells the story of The Caped Crusader and his young ward battling evildoers in Gotham City.

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    Scott Gardner
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "this is a very good tv show with my favorite super hero"
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    #4I Dream of Jeannie

    I Dream of Jeannie

    I Dream of Jeannie is a comedic fantasy television series for the family starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, and Bill Daily. It was created by Sidney Sheldon and was released by National Broadcasting Company (NBC) on September 18, 1965.

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    Benjamin Thomas
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "I Dream of Jeanie was a very popular show in its time. Like a lot of older shows, some of the references, and the style of the show do not hold up as well today as they did when the show was created. That being said, the show was very popular for a good reason, it's pretty entertaining and has a relatively unique premise."
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    #5The Addams Family

    The Addams Family

    The Addams Family is an American comedic horror television series for family starring John Astin, Carolyn Jones, and Jackie Coogan. It was created by David Levy and was released by American Broadcasting Company (ABC) on September 18, 1964.

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    Megan Rodriguez
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I remember seeing bits and pieces of The Addams Family TV show growing up however being so young so much of the humor and smaller nuances were lost on me. Viewing the entire series feels like a really great way to reconnect with that era of televised content."
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    #6Gilligan's Island

    Gilligan's Island

    Gilligan's Island is a comedic family television series that stars Bob Denver, Alan Hale Jr., and Jim Backus. It was created by Sherwood Schwartz and was released by Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) on September 26, 1964.

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    Christina Zhou
    Written on May 26, 2018
    "Great show! I watch this box set often. It's funny, it's free-spirited, it keeps you laughing throughout. The characters are so diverse and unique. There are extras in this set that I enjoyed a lot as well. For anyone that loved the show, this is a must-have. "
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    #7Hogan's Heroes

    Hogan's Heroes

    Hogan's Heroes is an American television series that aired on CBS from 1965 to 1971 with six seasons. It was created by Bernard Fein and Albert S. Ruddy starring Bob Crane, Werner Klemperer, and John Banner. 

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    Tony Jin
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "I watched Hogan's Heroes in reruns as a kid. Many years later I happened to catch it in reruns once more, and was surprised to discover how clever it actually was. It was a zany and often silly lampoon of heroic war and spy movies. In order to appreciate the plots and humor, viewers actually require a fair amount of background knowledge on World War II. Examples include: the difference between a POW camp and concentration camp; German laws which prevented military personnel from joining the Nazi party (thus Klink, Schultz and the other Luftwaffe personnel were not Nazis) the difference between the Abwehr and the SS; the location and importance of such facilities as Peenemunde…the list goes on and on. The actors were all talented and worked well together. The show also reminds me of my grandfather who was a WW2 POW, and when I remember this show, I also remember my grandfather. "
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    #8Get Smart

    Get Smart

    Get Smart is an American comedic action and adventure television series starring Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, and Edward Platt. It was created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry and was premiered on NBC on September 18, 1965.

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    Cristina Jaramillo
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "This box set of DVDs fits nicely into this topic category. This is the complete Series Gift set. It is one of the best 60s sitcoms a lot of laughs from the funny and goofy Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 trying to solve crime while using his gadgets."

Summary

Best What are the best 60s TV shows
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Star Trek: The Original SeriesTV Shows 17 Paid
2The Twilight ZoneTV Shows 13 Paid
3BatmanTV Shows 10 Paid
4I Dream of JeannieTV Shows 9 Paid
5The Addams FamilyTV Shows 8 Paid
6Gilligan's IslandTV Shows 6 Paid
7Hogan's HeroesTV Shows 3 Paid
8Get Smart TV Shows 2 Paid
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