Nielsen Top Ten, February 20th-March 5th, 1967

Thanks to a generous reader who would like to remain anonymous I can provide Nielsen Top Ten lists for the remainder of the 1966-1967 season. And they won’t be combined two week NTI reports but instead the individual top ten for each week. Here are the lists for the 24th and 25th weeks of the season.

First up, the top ten programs for the week running Monday, February 20th through Sunday, February 26th, 1967. A CBS special, “Andy Griffith’s Uptown-Downtown Show,” topped the list with a 35.5 Nielsen rating. It ran from 8:30-9:30PM on Tuesday, February 21st, 1967 with guests Don Knotts, Maggie Peterson and the Bruce Davis Quintet and Tennessee Ernie Ford. In second place was NBC’s live-action/animated “Jack and the Beanstalk” starring Gene Kelly. It was broadcast on Sunday, February 26th from 7:30-8:30PM.

## Program Net Rating
1. Andy Griffith’s Uptown-Downtown Special CBS 35.5
2. Jack and the Beanstalk NBC 28.7
3. The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 28.3
4. The Andy Griffith Show CBS 28.1
5. Daniel Boone NBC 27.2
6. The Lucy Show CBS 26.7
7. The Dean Martin Show NBC 26.5
8. Bewitched ABC 26.2
9. The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 25.0
  Bonanza NBC 25.0

Andy Griffith was at the top of the following week (Monday, February 27th, 1967 through Sunday, March 5th, 1967) as well. It was an atypical week without a single special in the Top Ten. Just regular episodes of weekly programs.

## Program Net Rating
1. The Andy Griffith Show CBS 29.5
2. The Red Skelton Hour CBS 28.2
3. Bonanza NBC 28.0
4. The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 27.8
5. The Lucy Show CBS 27.1
6. Green Acres CBS 26.6
7. The Dean Martin Show NBC 25.9
8. The Wonderful World of Disney NBC 24.5
9. Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. CBS 24.4
10. The Virginian NBC 24.2

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