Classic TV Online

How well do you remember the classic TV shows from the 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s? In Bewitched, did Darren know Samantha’s talents before they were married? In the Andy Griffith show, was it Ronnie or Ronny Howard? How did the Long Ranger come to be, and why did Tonto save him? Answers to these and more can be found online, where many of the classics have been given new life.

Sites like TV Land, Sony’s Crackle, Hulu, Fancast, CBS, NBC, and more have brought back many of the classics, fully restored, and placed them online for free. People can watch such classics in higher quality today than they ever could with broadcast TV from those decades long ago.

For the 1930’s and 1940’s, some of the classics online are The Three Stooges and The Lone Ranger. For the 1950’s, Leave it to Beaver, Casper The Friendly Ghost, Gunsmoke, The Twilight Zone, and many more are online. For the 1960’s, The Addams Family, The Andy Griffith Show, The Beverly Hillbillies, Bewithed, Bonanza, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Hogan’s Heroes, I Dream of Jeannie, The Jetsons, Star Trek, and much more are online.

While the classic TV shows are free online, the shows will play with limited commercials. It is only fair that we recognize the sponsors who made such an amazing library of online TV possible for us to enjoy.

So where do you find the right places to watch such classics online? Simple: Spreety TV Online. From the main site, go to the “Classic TV” tab, and select the decade of choice. Find the show of interest, and click the graphic to launch the show from the right place to watch online.

With the extensive library of classic TV online, there should never be a dull day. Simply put, there’s more than anyone can watch.


The article was written by Spreety co-founder, Ron Laughton. Spreety TV Online is a fun and free television guide for the Internet.

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