How many seasons do these Western shows have?

Some Western series were on for a decade; others barely made it to four seasons.

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There was once a time when the Western genre ruled the television world, topping ratings and capturing bad guys along the way.

Imagine being in the West with Hoss Cartwright or Paladin. You'd probably experience some of the wildest moments of your life, but it would be a fun ride. Depending on how many seasons the Westerns had, you could've been on missions for one season or more. 

Are you a huge fan of the West? Take this quiz and see if you know how many seasons these classic Westerns have.

Good luck!

  1. How many seasons does Wanted: Dead or Alive have?
  2. How many seasons does The Wild Wild West have?
  3. How many seasons does Wagon Train have?
  4. How many seasons does Rawhide have?
  5. How many seasons does The Rifleman have?
  6. How many seasons does Have Gun - Will Travel have?
  7. How many seasons does Gunsmoke have?
  8. How many seasons does Bonanza have?
  9. How many seasons does The Big Valley have?

How many seasons do these Western shows have?

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Herbert 12 months ago
Hit the wrong number on the wagon train question meant to hit 8 I should be hunted down by pladin sense he wasn't on the list after all he does have gun and will travel.
iluvwesterns 12 months ago
7 of 9. those are all great westerns. Metv needs more of them.
Cougar90 12 months ago
9 out of 9. I'll say it again, "I love my westerns."
CaptainDunsel 12 months ago
Clearly I am not a seasoned viewer of westerns.
Adanor CaptainDunsel 12 months ago
Amen to that!
FestusFan2312 12 months ago
8/9. To my shame I couldn’t remember Rawhide. When Eric Fleming was fired because the producers simply didn’t want to pay him anymore I just interest. May be sacrilegious but I’ve never been a big Clint Eastwood fan except for Josie Wales.
jfms99 FestusFan2312 12 months ago
Eric Fleming was not fired from Rawhide. Eric Fleming died in an accident while shooting a movie.
There's always "Early Clint" before Rawhide and the Spaghetti Westerns. He appeared in two monster flicks that starred John Agar.
"Tarantula", where he made the titular spider's day

and "Revenge of the Creature", where got a little "testy"
MrsPhilHarris jfms99 12 months ago
He was gone from Rawhide by that time.
FestusFan2312 jfms99 12 months ago
His contract was not renewed right before that. He knew he wouldn’t be going back for the next season. The producers let go several of the Rawhide regulars at the same time.
justjeff 12 months ago
6/9... a solid two thirds right...
Wendy57 12 months ago
Whole lotta guess’n goin on.
justjeff Wendy57 12 months ago
..."all you gotta do is stand in one spot...guess around just a little bit.." (apologies to the late Jerry Lee Lewis)
cperrynaples justjeff 12 months ago
I always thought that quote was Elvis, but then again he did MORE than stand around on stage in his prime...LOL! He did stand still on his last Ed Sullivan in 1957!
justjeff cperrynaples 12 months ago
Nope, the song was "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On"... and that was Jerry Lee's added asides during the recording...
KJExpress 12 months ago
5/9. Only knew Gunsmoke, Bonanza and The Big Valley. Never or rarely ever watched the other shows.
texasluva 12 months ago
6 out of 9. Lost track using fingers and toes 🙄.
Big3Fan 12 months ago
Five. The only one I knew was Gunsmoke.
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