If 60s television doesn't bring back a warm wave of nostalgia, then we don't know what will! From kid-friendly fare like "The Adventures of Scooby-Doo," "Flipper," and "The Jetsons," to more family-oriented shows like "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends" and "I Dream of Jeannie," there was also something with an amazing musical intro blaring from the TV speakers.
The 1960s were a turning point in television production. We went from black and white to color. Some shows, like "F Troop," were even shot half one way and half the other (not in the same season, of course.)
Besides making the move from black and white film to color, shows in the 1960s were experimenting with genre, especially satire. From "Get Smart" to the "Fractured Fairy Tales" segment on "Rocky and Bullwinkle," audiences were ready to poke fun at the serious tropes of television shows past.
If you're a real 60s TV aficionado, or grew up in the 1990s watching "Nick at Nite," then take this quiz to see if you can identify all of these 60s TV characters with just a single image!