Vote for the Next Television Obscurities Article

It’s time to once again to vote for the next Television Obscurities article. More specifically, this will be the first article I’ll write during March. Later this month I’ll have an article on Joe and Mabel. There are only two choices this time around. The polls close on Saturday, February 28th, 2009 at 11:59PM.

“90 Bristol Court” – An umbrella title for three separate sitcoms (Karen, Harris Against the World and Tom, Dick and Mary), this ninety-minute series debuted on NBC in October of 1964. Broadcast from 7:30-9PM on Mondays, it suffered in the ratings and two of the three installments were soon cancelled. Only Karen finished out the season.

“Nancy” – This sitcom ran for all of 17 episodes during the 1970-1971 season. Renne Jarrett starred as Nancy Smith, the daughter of the President of the United States of America who, in the first episode, falls for Adam Hudson, a veterinarian. The two are forced to carry on their romance under the watchful eyes of Nancy’s ever-present guardian, Adam’s uncle, secret service agents and the news media. The series was created by Sidney Sheldon.


2 Comments

  • Klaus Gebhard says:

    Hello. First off I vote for Nancy. I do not recall this show but it sounds interesting. I just want to say I LOVE your site and love what your doing. I visit everyday! I am almost 40 yrs. old and most of the shows are watch are probably not too obscure but they are usually shows from the 1960’s and 1970’s (Star Trek, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, The Prisoner. One show that I guess could be deemed somewhat obscure is Boris Karloff’s Thriller as it has not been released on DVD yet (officially). I would love to see an article on Way Out? I have never seen this show. Also, have you ran an article on Turn On from 1969?
    Anyway, thanks for a great site and keep up the good work! Once again, Nancy works for me!

  • RGJ says:

    I’m glad you’re enjoying the site.