You Can’t Miss These 12 TV Shows From the 60s & 70s

The 1960s – 1970s were phenomenal decades for music; I'd even argue they produced the best. But what about television series from that era? After a Redditor posed, “What's your favorite show from the 60s and 70s?” People responded with these classic gems.

The Incredible Hulk is 70s superhero series based on the Marvel comics of the same name. It follows scientist and physician Dr. David Banner, who hazardously douses himself with high levels of gamma radiation.

The Incredible Hulk (1977)

The Mary Tyler Moore Show is a series starring actress and namesake Mary Tyler Moore. She played an unmarried and independent woman focused on her career goals as the associate producer of a news show. 

The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970)

Star Trek is a groundbreaking science-fiction series and the first in the Star Trek franchise. Due to the expansions, it acquired the retronym of Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS). The series follows the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) and its crew.

Star Trek (1966)

One Day at a Time is a 70s sitcom following a divorced mother raising two teenage daughters that she moves with from Logansport to Indianapolis. It shares the misadventures of the family and their superintendent.

One Day at a Time (1975 )

Charlie's Angels (1976)

Charlie's Angels is a 70s crime drama following the crime-fighting adventures of three women who work at a private detective agency in LA. The Angels receive their assignments over a speakerphone by the voice of their boss, the unseen Charlie Townsend.

Doctor Who is a science fiction series depicting the adventures of a Time Lord called the Doctor. He is an extraterrestrial being appearing in human form.

Doctor Who (1963)

Three's Company (1977)

Three's Company is a sitcom following two women and one man living platonically as single roommates navigating daily escapades, such as their neighbor, social lives, and financial struggles.

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