Did these classic shows begin or end in 1969?

Was it hello or goodbye for Star Trek, Scooby Doo and The Brady Bunch?

When many people think of the 1960s, they really think of the late '60s, in particular 1969. Things like Woodstock and the moon landing will forever mark the year in the history books.

It was also an eventful year on television. Many classic shows either made their debut or aired their final episodes during those 365 days. A few did both! Can you guess what happened for each show listed below?

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  1. Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.
  2. The Brady Bunch
  3. Star Trek
  4. Night Gallery
  5. Scooby Doo, Where Are You!
  6. The Wild Wild West
  7. The Jim Nabors Hour
  8. The Big Valley
  9. H.R. Pufnstuf
  10. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
  11. Marcus Welby, M.D.
  12. The Mothers-in-Law
  13. The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour
  14. The Joe Namath Show

Did these classic shows begin or end in 1969?

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Dario 1 day ago
13 out of 14. Got No. 9 wrong(I should have gotten it right!). 😁😁😁😁😁
Runeshaper 6 days ago
10/14 - all guesses, except for Star Trek LOL :)
Lacey 7 days ago
12/14 I thought the Smothers Brothers lasted into the 1970s.
Dario Lacey 1 day ago
You're confusing it with their 1975 show that was a mid-season show during the 1974-75 TV season.
John 7 days ago
Glen Campbell, Jim Nabors, JOE NAMATH(?)...wow, they'd give a variety show to anybody in '69!
denny John 4 days ago
Glen Campbell show was pretty popular back in the day. Johnny Cash, Mac Davis, Bobby Goldsboro, Sonny and Cher, and of course Donny and Marie all had a show.
scp 9 days ago
11 out of 14. Not too bad, considering I began in 1969.

(honestly, I took this quiz only so I could say that)
CouchPotato987 10 days ago
Damn you Joe Namath!!!! You through a trick pass at me, and I dropped it!!!! H.R. Pufnstuff got me too...I didn’t expect there were going to be any trick questions.
TheDavBow3 11 days ago
12/14. I thought Jim Nabors Comedy Hour began and ended in 1969. Shoulda known, he's too talented for that. Missed H.R. Puffinstuff. That doesn't bother me.
Don’t feel bad, I missed H.R. Pufnstuf too...I thought it ended in 1970...Go figure, that was 11 years before I was even born...lol
MarkSpeck 11 days ago
13 out of 14. I could swear that H.R. Pufnstuf went on for a couple of seasons. Guess I was wrong.
purplerose60 MarkSpeck 10 days ago
Trick question if you ask me, originally broadcast 17 episodes in 69 but it ran on NBC til 72 because it was so awesome!
Jeremy 11 days ago
Did this quiz end the way you wanted? No, not particularly. Oh, I passed it alright, but I only got one wrong and it had to do with The Jim Nabors Hour.
MarkSpeck Jeremy 11 days ago
That show was the reason Gomer Pyle ended. Nabors wanted to do the variety show. He did bring some of the Pyle cast over to the new show, including Frank Sutton.
tnminnow 11 days ago
9/14 as Artie Johnson would say "very interesting". Who new Joe Namath had a show.
stephaniestavropoulos 11 days ago
I read all of the comments and there are a couple of Namath Nuggets that weren't mentioned: In 1974 he posed nude for Playgirl. {Don't know the exact years, but it was the '70's,} he also did a # of commercials for pantyhose. In fact, I think when he did the Playgirl centerfold, he was wearing a pair of them.
leebillyold 11 days ago
3/14 this quiz is absolutely no fun at all. and METV does not answer my messages
Barry22 11 days ago
13/14. Joe Namath had a show?
frenchman71 11 days ago
12/14. I got Gomer & H.R. PufnStuf wrong. I guess Gomer was doing his sitcom & variety show at the same time.
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