March 8th

March 8th in TV History

Births

Alan Hale, Jr. (1921, Los Angeles, CA) – Gilligan’s Island

TV Shows Ended

The Brady Bunch (1974)
The A-Team (1987)

TV Episode Debuts

I Love Lucy “Bonus Bucks” (1954)
Gunsmoke “Dooley Surrenders” (1958)
The Rifleman “A Time for Singing” (1960)
Gunsmoke “Anybody Can Kill a Marshal” (1963)
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea “The Amphibians” (1965)
The Andy Griffith Show “Guest in the House” (1965)
F Troop “Reunion for O’Rourke” (1966)
The Fugitive (1963) “Ill Wind” (1966)
Lost in Space “Revolt of the Androids” (1967)
Batman “King Tut’s Coup (1)” (1967)
I Spy (US) “Blackout” (1967)
Star Trek “The Ultimate Computer” (1968)
Doctor Who “The Space Pirates, Episode One” (1969)
Get Smart (1965) “Leadside” (1969)
Hogan’s Heroes “The Big Dish” (1969)
Gunsmoke “Pike (2)” (1971)
The Six Million Dollar Man “Eyewitness to Murder” (1974)
Doctor Who “Genesis of the Daleks, Part One” (1975)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show “Anyone Who Hates Kids and Dogs” (1975)
Kojak (1973) “Lady in the Squad Room” (1977)
Happy Days “Fonz-How, Inc.” (1977)
Laverne & Shirley “Frank’s Fling” (1977)
Mork & Mindy “Mork’s Night Out” (1979)
Doctor Who “Earthshock, Part One” (1982)
Lou Grant “Recovery” (1982)
Doctor Who “Enlightenment, Part Three” (1983)
Doctor Who “The Caves of Androzani, Part One” (1984)
Three’s Company “The Heiress (a.k.a. The Inheritance)” (1984)
Family Ties “Baby Boy Doe” (1984)
Night Court “Strange Bedfellows” (1989)
Cheers “50-50 Carla” (1990)
Murder, She Wrote “Ever After” (1992)

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