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Walter Cronkite with the News replaces Douglas Edwards with the News, on CBS. The Jetsons debuts, but doesn’t last long against Disney and Dennis the Menace. ABC adds a movie slot. Lloyd Bridges is given a half-hour.

Sunday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Father Knows Best (reruns) The Jetsons Hollywood Special The Voice of Firestone Howard K. Smith: News and Comment
CBS Lassie Dennis the Menace The Ed Sullivan Show The Real McCoys General Electric True Candid Camera What’s My Line?
NBC Ensign O’Toole Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color Car 54, Where Are You? Bonanza The Du Pont Show of the Week

Monday 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Cheyenne The Rifleman Stoney Burke Ben Casey
CBS To Tell the Truth I’ve Got a Secret The Lucy Show The Danny Thomas Show The Andy Griffith Show The New Loretta Young Show Stump the Stars
NBC It’s a Man’s World Saints and Sinners The Price Is Right David Brinkley’s Journal . . .

Tuesday 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Combat! Hawaiian Eye The Untouchables Bell and Howell Closeup
CBS Gunsmoke (reruns titled Marshal Dillon) The Lloyd Bridges Show The Red Skelton Hour The Jack Benny Program The Garry Moore Show
NBC Laramie Empire The Dick Powell Show Chet Huntley Reporting

Wednesday 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Wagon Train Going My Way Our Man Higgins Naked City
CBS CBS Reports The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis The Beverly Hillbillies The Dick Van Dyke Show Armstrong Circle Theatre / The United States Steel Hour
NBC The Virginian Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall The Eleventh Hour

Thursday 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Ozzie and Harriet The Donna Reed Show Leave It to Beaver My Three Sons McHale’s Navy Alcoa Premiere
CBS Mr. Ed Perry Mason The Nurses The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
NBC The Wide Country Dr. Kildare Hazel The Andy Williams Show

Friday 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC The Gallant Men The Flinstones I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster 77 Sunset Strip . . .
CBS Rawhide Route 66 Fair Exchange Eyewitness
NBC International Showtime Sing Along with Mitch Don’t Call Me Charlie! The Jack Paar Program

Saturday 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show Mr. Smith Goes to Washington The Lawrence Welk Show Fight of the Week
10:45 Make That Spare
CBS Jackie Gleason and His American Scene Magazine The Defenders Have Gun, Will Travel Gunsmoke
NBC Sam Benedict The Joey Bishop Show NBC Saturday Night at the Movies

ABC: Beany and Cecil ran at 7-7:30 on Saturdays. Wagon Train moved from NBC.

CBS: Stump the Stars was formerly named Pantomime Quiz. Perry Mason moved from NBC.

NBC: The Merv Griffin Show ran October 1962 – March 1963.

ABC daytime soap General Hospital debuts April 1, 1963. NBC daytime soap The Doctors debuts the same day on NBC, and would run until Decemer 31, 1982.

Credit: Wikipedia

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