Can you remember if these classic television shows got a proper finale?

Can you remember which show left without saying goodbye?

Classic television comes and goes, and sometimes it just up and vanishes without a trace. Can you remember which of your favorite television shows had the opportunity to go out with a bang and give viewers a good and proper series finale? Take this quiz to find out!

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  1. All in the Family
  2. The Addams Family
  3. The Dick Van Dyke Show
  4. Leave It to Beaver
  5. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
  6. Green Acres
  7. M*A*S*H
  8. Happy Days
  9. The Beverly Hillbillies
  10. Gilligan's Island

Can you remember if these classic television shows got a proper finale?

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Lillyrose 4 days ago
7 out of 10. My favorite series finale is "Newhart." Will Newhart be on MeTV?
WilliamJorns 8 days ago
I honestly did not know that "Leave It to Beaver" and "The Dick Van Dyke Show" had series finales. However, I clean forgot about "All in the Family's" finale.
603Rbutler 9 days ago
I got a 9/10. According to the quiz I got #1 wrong but I think I am right. On season 8 of All in the Family Mike, Gloria and Joey leave for California. But season 9 brings us Stephanie. Still AITF for season 9. Archie Bunker's Place starts the following year.
KellyO 9 days ago
Missed a few but remember reading that early TV didn’t often have story continuity or finale endings to wrap up the series. I always wondered why Barney Fife just left and never married Thelma Lou (until a far later special) but no one acted like it was odd and Thelma was just gone, never mentioned. Same with I Love Lucy. I always looked for the finale and there want one. Just a last episode.
KellyO KellyO 9 days ago
I meant wasn’t one, sorry for the typo.
Wendy57 10 days ago
What really qualifies as a series finale ?
I guessed on most, but, I’m still not totally sure. I think that I have a vague idea. Some are more decisively finales than others. In my opinion.
Wenatchee7 10 days ago
10/10 Wish Lost In Space had had a final episode. They are still out there trying to find Alpha Centauri.
frenchman71 11 days ago
8/10. I have a book by Russell Johnson, the Professor on "Gilligan's Island", who was mad that CBS didn't have a final send-off. They were even gonna be renewed for a 4th season but CBS pulled the plug at the last minute. But NBC came to the rescue in 1978 with a 2-hour movie, "Rescue from Gilligan's Island"
Bapa1 frenchman71 10 days ago
Read that book, pretty interesting. Especially when he recounts his early days in Hollywood.
HpHoward frenchman71 9 days ago
Russell Johnson was in some classic 1950s sci Fi films before becoming the Professor on Gilligan's Island. It Came from Outer Space is one, This Island
HpHoward HpHoward 9 days ago
This Island Earth I meant. A couple of others I think, and was on Twilight Zone as well.
Mark HpHoward 8 days ago
A couple of Twilight Zones, in fact, for Mr. Johnson, both involving time travel..."Execution" and "Back There".
greyhound 11 days ago
Does anyone know if "Renegade" had a series finale? Did Reno Raines ever clear his name, and did Dutch Dixon get arrested?
Rob greyhound 11 days ago
Haha. Somehow they overlooked that one!
Bapa1 greyhound 10 days ago
I don't know a lot about that show, but have seen a few episodes on H&I. It's not a bad show.
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