October 12th

October 12th in TV History

TV Show Debuts

The following tv shows debuted on October 12th:

The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950)
Adventures in Wonderland (1991)

TV Shows Ended

The following tv shows ended on October 12th:

Star Trek: The Animated Series (1974)
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (1985)

TV Episode Debuts

The following tv episodes debuted on October 12th:

I Love Lucy: “The Girls Go Into Business” (1953)
Gunsmoke: “Potato Road” (1957)
Gunsmoke: “Legends Don’t Sleep” (1963)
The Avengers: “Man with Two Shadows” (1963)
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: “The Price of Doom” (1964)
The Andy Griffith Show: “The Education of Ernest T. Bass” (1964)
F Troop: “The Return of Bald Eagle” (1965)
The Fugitive (1963): “Conspiracy of Silence” (1965)
Lost in Space: “Space Circus” (1966)
Batman: “The Clock King’s Crazy Crimes (1)” (1966)
I Spy (US): “A Gift from Alexander” (1966)
Batman: “A Horse of Another Color (2)” (1967)
Bewitched: “No Zip in My Zap” (1967)
Doctor Who: “The Mind Robber, Episode Five” (1968)
Get Smart (1965): “The Secret of Sam Vittorio” (1968)
Hogan’s Heroes: “How to Catch a Papa Bear” (1968)
Gunsmoke: “Gentry’s Law” (1970)
Cannon: “Scream of Silence” (1971)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show: “The Outsider” (1974)
Columbo: “A Case of Immunity” (1975)
Kojak (1973): “Silent Snow, Deadly Snow” (1975)
The Six Million Dollar Man: “The Wolf Boy” (1975)
Mork & Mindy: “Mork’s Seduction” (1978)
The Rockford Files (1974): “Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs (1)” (1979)
The Rockford Files (1974): “Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs (2)” (1979)
The Dukes of Hazzard: “The Meeting” (1979)
Happy Days: “Letting Go” (1982)
Laverne & Shirley: “Window on Main Street” (1982)
Three’s Company: “Jack Goes to the Dentist” (1982)
Family Ties: “The Homecoming” (1983)
The Dukes of Hazzard: “Robot P. Coltrane” (1984)
Murder, She Wrote: “Unfinished Business” (1986)
Doctor Who: “Paradise Towers, Part Two” (1987)
ALF: “Wedding Bell Blues” (1987)
Doctor Who: “Remembrance of the Daleks, Part Two” (1988)
Cheers: “A Bar is Born” (1989)
The Cosby Show: “Denise Kendall: Navy Wife” (1989)
Night Court: “When Harry Met Margaret” (1990)
Murphy Brown: “I Never Sang for My Husband” (1992)
Murder, She Wrote: “Big Easy Murder” (1995)


Adam Rich (1968, Brooklyn, NY)
Kirk Cameron (1970, Los Angeles, CA)


Johnny Olson (1985)

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