Happy New Year from Television Obscurities

Happy New Year from Television Obscurities. If you’re like me, you didn’t make any resolutions. However, I do hope to find some time to devote to Television Obscurities this year. Regular visitors to the site will know there was little in the way of new content in 2022. I won’t make any promises for 2023 but stay tuned.

For anyone interested, here’s a list of some of the obscure TV shows celebrating milestone anniversaries in 2023:

  • Girl About Town (NBC, 1948)
  • Jamie (ABC, 1953-1954)
  • Steve Canyon (NBC, 1958-1959)
  • The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters (ABC, 1963-1964)
  • The Ugliest Girl in Town (ABC, 1968-1969)
  • The Girl with Something Extra (NBC, 1973-1974)
  • The American Girls (CBS, 1978)
  • Manimal (NBC, 1983)
  • The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer (UPN, 1998)
  • Charlie Lawrence (CBS, 2003)
  • Jake 2.0 (UPN, 2003-2004)
  • The Crazy Ones (CBS, 2013-2014)

2023 will also mark the 20th anniversary of Television Obscurities.

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4 Replies to “Happy New Year from Television Obscurities”

    1. Life of Riley is probably less obscure than any of the above, and it was on radio for some years before moving to television. Happy 20th Television Obscurities!

  1. And a belated Happy New Year to you! Also, Happy 20th anniversary! Love this site and hope to see you continue to post more interesting articles this year. Thank You!

  2. and with this new year 2023.. we ‘re happy to report that you tube got uploaders to give us the benefit of seeing these b and white pilots that were never even intended to air on commecial networks.. 1963-67….Who could have guessed that a *Sally and Sam gave Gary Lockwood a job after the axing of THE LIEUTENANT just the year before… even ** HAL KANTER ; its newest writer’; explained candidly his intentions of covering that elusive (**social actions analysis**) issue…..Even you tube’s data base by logorthyms gave us the link to an episode of THAT’S LIFE,,,,,wrth Bobby Morse,, and E<J,,Peaker obviuslt pirted in living color

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