All three network presidents were replaced in the first half of 1958. The only fifteen-minute programs remaining are newscasts and sports filler. John Daly and the News, Douglas Edwards with the News, and The Huntley-Brinkley Report go head-to-head at 7:15 weekdays, though some NBC and CBS affiliates aired them at 6:45.
|ABC||You Asked For It||Maverick||Bowling Stars||Open Hearing||All-American Football Game of the Week||Scotland Yard||. . .|
|CBS||Lassie||The Jack Benny Program / Bachelor Father||The Ed Sullivan Show||General Electric Theater||Alfred Hitchcock Presents||The $64,000 Challenge||What’s My Line?|
|NBC||The Original Amateur Hour||Sally||The Steve Allen Show||The Dinah Shore Chevy Show||The Loretta Young Show||. . .|
|ABC||American Bandstand||The Guy Mitchell Show||Bold Journey||The Voice of Firestone||Lawrence Welk’s Top Tunes and New Talent||. . .|
|CBS||The Adventures of Robin Hood||The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show||Arthur Godrey’s Talent Scouts||The Danny Thomas Show||December Bride||Studio One in Hollywood|
|NBC||The Price Is Right||The Restless Gun||Tales of Wells Fargo||Twenty One||Turn of Fate / Goodyear Theatre||Suspicion|
|ABC||Cheyenne / Sugarfoot||The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp||Broken Arrow||Telephone Time||The West Point Story||. . .|
|CBS||Name That Tune||The Phil Silvers Show||The Eve Arden Show||To Tell the Truth||The Red Skelton Show||The $64,000 Question||Assigment: Foreign Legion|
|NBC||The Nat King Cole Show||The Eddie Fisher Show / The George Gobel Show||Meet McGraw||The Bob Cummings Show||The Californians||. . .|
|ABC||Disneyland||Tombstone Territory||Ozzie and Harriet||The Walter Winchell File||The Wednesday Night Fights
10:15 Famous Fights
|CBS||I Love Lucy (reruns)||The Big Record||The Millionaire||I’ve Got a Secret||Armstrong Circle Theatre / The United States Steel Hour|
|NBC||Wagon Train||Father Knows Best||Kraft Television Theater||This Is Your Life||. . .|
|ABC||Circus Boy||Zorro||The Real McCoys||The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom||O.S.S.||Navy Log||. . .|
|CBS||Sergeant Preston of Yukon||Harboourmaster||Climax! / Shower of Stars||Playhouse 90|
|NBC||Tic Tac Dough||You Bet Your Life||Dragnet||The People’s Choice||The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford||The Lux Show Starring Rosemary Clooney||The Jane Wyman Show|
|ABC||The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin||The Adventures of Jim Bowie||The Patrice Munsel Show||The Frank Sinatra Show||Date with the Angels||Colt .45||. . .|
|CBS||Leave It to Beaver||Trackdown||Dick Powell’s Zane Grey Theater||Mr. Adams and Eve||Schlitz Playhouse||The Lineup||Person to Person|
|NBC||Saber of London||The Court of Last Resort||The Life of Riley||M Squad||The Thin Man||Gillette Cavalcade of Sports||10:45 Red Barber’s Corner|
|ABC||Keep It In the Family||Country Music Jubilee||Lawrence Welk’s Dodge Dancing Party||The Mike Wallace Interview||. . .|
|CBS||Perry Mason||Dick and the Duchess||The Gale Storm Show||Have Gun, Will Travel||Gunsmoke||. . .|
|NBC||People Are Funny||The Perry Como Show||The Polly Bergen Show / Club Oasis||The Gisele MacKenzie Show||What’s It For?||Your Hit Parade|
ABC: Country Music Jubilee was formerly named Ozark Jubilee.
NBC: NBC’s Saturday Night News aired at 7pm-7:30. The Original Amateur Hour moved from ABC. Turn of Fate was formerly named Alcoa Theatre. Saber of London was formerly named The Vise.
CBS: Harbourmaster switched to ABC in January, and aired Sundays under a new name, Adventure at Scott Island. Leave It to Beaver moved to Wednesdays at 7:30 on March 26, 1958. The Danny Thomas Show moved from ABC, and ran on CBS until September 2, 1971.
American Bandstand debuts August 5, 1957 and would run until 1989. The 20th Century debuts on October 20, and would run until January 4, 1970. Kraft Television Theatre finishes its run after 650 episodes, May 7, 1947 – October 1, 1958. Kukla, Fran and Ollie finishes its run, October 13, 1947 (WNBQ) – May 1, 1957.
The NTA Film Network provided several programs to its 100+ affiliates, including Fox movies, How to Marry a Millionaire, Man Without a Gun, and Official Detective.