Can you guess which network originally broadcast these TV shows?

Remember when there were only three networks to choose from?

Ahhh, the good old days, when there were only three networks, and what was on those channels is what you watched. Today, there are so many different options, it's almost impossible to remember which shows are on which channels. 

Do you remember which networks broadcast these shows? We'll give you the show, and you have to guess which on network it originally aired. Be careful, some of these switched networks halfway through production. Good luck!
  1. Which network did Mary Richards call home?
  2. The Brady Bunch ran for five seasons on which network?
  3. Which network boldly went where no other network went before by airing Star Trek?
  4. What was the second network to broadcast Wagon Train?
  5. Which network loved Lucy?
  6. Which network broadcast the FIRST season of Wonder Woman?
  7. The Andy Griffith Show ran for eight seasons on which network?
  8. The FINAL season for Get Smart was on which network?
  9. This network had a hit with Bonanza for 14 seasons.
  10. Larry Wilcox and Erik Estrada teamed up for CHiPs on which network?

Can you guess which network originally broadcast these TV shows?

Your Result...

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Dr_Zachary_Smith 5 months ago
10 out of 10. I remembered when Get Smart changed networks.
DerekBird 5 months ago
You got 9 out of 10 correct
Congrats. You not only remember all your favorite shows, but you remember which networks broadcast them.
KevenGumm 5 months ago
That's funny I thought Get Smart was on NBC and on CBS in it's final season?
DerekBird KevenGumm 5 months ago
The show switched networks in 1969 to CBS. It ended its five-season run on May 15, 1970, with 138 episodes on both networks. The Museum of Broadcast Communications finds the show notable for "broadening the parameters for the presentation of comedy on television".
Bob 5 months ago
missed Get Smart. my favorite of the TV shows listed
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