Can you find the one show that did NOT premiere in 1957?

Which of these shows is not like the others?

1957 was a big year for television. The medium had been gaining rapid popularity for almost a decade and was really starting to hit the mainstream.

Networks took advantage of all the new eyeballs and premiered numerous shows that year, many of which are still popular to this day.

Can you spot the one show from the titles below that did NOT premiere in 1957?

  1. Which one of these shows did NOT premiere in 1957?

Can you find the one show that did NOT premiere in 1957?

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kimmer 4 months ago
Nailed it first try...lol...(bragging rights)....lol
MadMadMadWorld 6 months ago
Leave It To Beaver, Maverick, Perry Mason, and Zorro did premiere in 1957. Just a hint, for the obvious ones I knew from history or watching them. TRIVIA: LITB premiered on Oct. 4, 1957, the same day the USSR launched Sputnik (satellite) that started the space race and hysteria that the Russians were now ahead in "defense" (offense!) in soon able to make war from orbiting satellites at any time!
Lillyrose 6 months ago
I got it on the 3rd try: The Twilight Zone.
Robert 6 months ago
I blew it! I tried cheating by reading the Roman numerals under Leave it to Beaver (1963) and look where it got me! Karma wins again!
a1k9 7 months ago
Got it right off the bat. I won’t tell the answer,but I am older enough to remember it and I don’t mean seeing it on TV Land.
srrainwater 7 months ago
Got it on the first try. Not going to reveal the answer. Baby! I was in the zone 😜
hermanstein2015 7 months ago
I found it! Woohoo didn't seem right starting in 1957!
LucyImHome1951 7 months ago
Your not 100% right. Although it The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour did premiere in 1957 it wasn't called that. It was called The Ford Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show. It wouldn't be called that until it would be in reruns starting in the 60s. That kind of tripped me up but got it on the second try.
kevopilis 7 months ago
I took an educated guess and nailed it, but I didn't know Twilight Zone started in '59
TheDavBow3 7 months ago
I'm too embarrassed to say. I think I hit the same show twice!!
MrsPhilHarris 7 months ago
Took 3 tries before I got it. Should have looked at the whole list before I guessed.
That's exactly what I did after I missed on the first try 😂
MaryAnn 7 months ago
Got it on the second try! Pure guesswork. 🤔
AllisonWunderland MaryAnn 7 months ago
Same here 😊
texasluva 7 months ago
If I missed Twilight Zone (1959) start, Anthony would have sent me to the Corn Field. Earl Holliman is still living from number one episode "Where Is Everybody?"
MrsPhilHarris texasluva 7 months ago
Speaking of Earl Holliman Me should air Police Woman with
the fabulous Angie Dickinson. My parents used to watch it. I think my Dad had a thing for Angie.
texasluva MrsPhilHarris 7 months ago
I have seen it but not in years. I like Earl. He was also in Forbidden Planet as a cook. He also made a deal with Robby the Robot to make up a ton of Whiskey. You are the winner of this desk top/android or Iphone pic. I have it on my computer for the past week and also Google page. For anyone whom wishes to use it.
MrsPhilHarris texasluva 7 months ago
That's a fun movie!
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