What movies and TV shows were popular in the 1970s?

The Best 1970’s Classic TV Shows

  • Adam-12. View Show. 1968-1975 | NBC.
  • All In The Family. View Show. 1971-1979 | CBS.
  • Bewitched. View Show. 1964-1972 | ABC.
  • The Bob Newhart Show. View Show. 1972-1978 | CBS.
  • Bonanza. View Show. 1959-1973 | NBC.
  • The Brady Bunch. View Show. 1969-1974 | ABC.
  • Charlie’s Angels. View Show.
  • CHiPs. View Show.

What was television like in the 1970s?

Television of the 1970s reflected the shifting attitudes of the nation, as more shows attempted to represent social changes across the country. Edgier programs like All in the Family and M*A*S*H pushed the boundaries of popular programming to become standards of quality viewing.

What was on TV 1975?

Debuting this year

Date Show Network
September 14 Three for the Road CBS
September 29 Three for the Money NBC
October 11 NBC’s Saturday Night NBC
November 3 Good Morning America ABC

How many TV channels were there in the 1970s?

three TV channels
In the mid-70s, there were only three TV channels and very few programmes during the day. For long periods there was nothing but trade test transmissions, largely to enable TV shops to get the best possible picture.

How many TV networks were there in 1970?

By 1970, there were around 700 UHF and VHF television stations; today there are 1,300. By 1970, TV stations and networks raked in $3.6 billion in ad revenues; today, that figure is over $60 billion. Television programming has had a huge impact on American and world culture.

What was on TV 1974?

Ending this year

Date Show Debut
October 4 The Texas Wheelers 1974
October 12 Star Trek: The Animated Series 1973
October 19 The New Land 1974
December 5 Monty Python’s Flying Circus (UK) 1969