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No, Mash was not #1 for the year. In fact, it wasn't ranked in the top 5. What shows were launch with big hopes and failed? What shows debuted? What famous shows ended in 1977?

No, Mash was not #1 for the year. In fact, it wasn't ranked in the top 5. What shows were launch with big hopes and failed? What shows debuted? What famous shows ended in 1977?

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What Were The Top TV Show in 1977? What Premiered? What Failed?

  1. 1. Top TV Shows of 1977
  2. 2. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #1 according to Nielsen Ratings
  3. 3. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #2 according to Nielsen Ratings
  4. 4. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #3 according to Nielsen Ratings
  5. 5. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #4 according to Nielsen Ratings
  6. 6. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #5 according to Nielsen Ratings
  7. 7. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #6 according to Nielsen Ratings
  8. 8. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #7 according to Nielsen Ratings
  9. 9. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #8 according to Nielsen Ratings
  10. 10. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #9 according to Nielsen Ratings
  11. 11. TOP TV Shows of 1977 #10 according to Nielsen Ratings
  12. 12. Shows that debuted in 1977
  13. 13. Shows that ended in 1977
  14. 14. Anticipated Shows that flopped in 1977
  15. 15. NEW YORK MINUTE Cool Gus is bummed about the one below: titled SAM Anticipated Shows that flopped in 1977
  16. 16. Over 100 million watched the final episode of the miniseries on 30 January 1977. This is the second most viewed finale and still the 3rd most watched TV episode ever.
  17. 17. Bill Murray joins the cast of Saturday Night Live. American Bandstand celebrates 25 years. On 16 August, stations interrupt broadcasting to announce the death of Elvis. A Peanuts special, It’s Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown, airs and reveals the little red-haired girl is named Heather. Eric Sevareid bids farewell to broadcast news after 48 years. Top TV News of 1977
  18. 18. The #1 Show of 1977?
  19. 19. The #1 TV show of 1977?
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