The Lucy Show

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1962
The Lucy Show is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from 1962 to 1968. It was Lucille Ball's follow-up to I Love Lucy. A significant change in cast and premise for the fourth season (1965–1966) divides the program into two distinct eras; aside from... read more
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The Lucy Show is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from 1962 to 1968. It was Lucille Ball's follow-up to I Love Lucy. A significant change in cast and premise for the fourth season (1965–1966) divides the program into two distinct eras; aside from Ball, only Gale Gordon, who joined the program for its second season, remained. For the first three seasons, Vivian Vance was the co-star.

Original Release

10/01/1962 on CBS

US Release

10/01/1962

Cast

Lucille Ball Lucy Carmichael
Gale Gordon Theodore J. Mooney
Roy Roberts
Candy Moore
Vivian Vance Vivian Bagley
Candy Moore Chris Carmichael
Jimmy Garrett Jerry Carmichael
Ralph Hart Sherman Bagley
Mary Jane Croft Mary Jane Lewis
Dick Martin Harry Conners
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Lucy Meets the Berles Monday, 11 September 1967
2 Lucy Gets Trapped Monday, 18 September 1967
3 Lucy and the French Movie Star Monday, 25 September 1967
4 Lucy and the Starmaker Monday, 02 October 1967
5 Lucy Gets Her Diploma Monday, 09 October 1967
6 Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account Monday, 16 October 1967
7 Little Old Lucy Monday, 23 October 1967
8 Lucy and Robert Goulet Monday, 30 October 1967
9 Lucy Gets Mooney Fired Monday, 06 November 1967
10 Lucy's Mystery Guest Monday, 13 November 1967
11 Lucy, the Philanthropist Monday, 20 November 1967
12 Lucy Sues Mooney Monday, 27 November 1967
13 Lucy and the Pool Hustler Monday, 08 January 1968
14 Lucy and Carol Burnett: Part 1 Monday, 04 December 1967
15 Lucy and Carol Burnett: Part 2 Monday, 11 December 1967
16 Lucy and Viv Reminisce Monday, 01 January 1968
17 Lucy Gets Involved Monday, 15 January 1968
18 Mooney's Other Wife Monday, 22 January 1968
19 Lucy and the Stolen Stole Monday, 29 January 1968
20 Lucy and Phil Harris Monday, 05 February 1968
21 Lucy Helps Ken Berry Monday, 19 February 1968
22 Lucy and the Lost Star Monday, 26 February 1968
23 Lucy and Sid Caesar Monday, 04 March 1968
24 Lucy and 'The Boss of the Year' Award Monday, 11 March 1968
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Directors

Jack Donohue, Maury Thompson, Desi Arnaz

Writers

Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Davis, Bob Weiskopf, Irene Kampen, Bob Schiller, Robert O'Brien, Ray Singer, Milt Josefsberg, Fred S. Fox, Irving Elinson, Jerry Belson, Garry Marshall, Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson, Dick Chevillat, Howard Ostroff, Seaman Jacobs, Ray Singer, Elroy Schwartz, Victor McLeod, Bill O'Hallaren, Leonard Gershe, Sam Locke, Joel Rapp, Les Roberts, Phil Leslie, Perry Grant, Bob Marcus, Ronald Axe, David Braverman, Brad Radnitz, Maury Thompson, Dick Bensfield, Art Thompson, Tom Koch, Alan J. Levitt, Bruce Howard, Henry Taylor, Allan Manings, Bernie Kahn, Lila Garrett, Hugh Wedlock Jr., Douglas Morrow, Ernest D. Glucksman, Hilda Josefsberg, Martin Grupsmith

Cast

Lucille Ball Lucy Carmichael
Gale Gordon Theodore J. Mooney
Roy Roberts
Candy Moore
Vivian Vance Vivian Bagley
Candy Moore Chris Carmichael
Jimmy Garrett Jerry Carmichael
Ralph Hart Sherman Bagley
Mary Jane Croft Mary Jane Lewis
Dick Martin Harry Conners
Roy Roberts Mr. Cheever
Mary Jane Croft Audrey Simmons
Ann Sothern Rosie Harrigan, the Countess Framboise
Gale Gordon Mr. Theodore J. Mooney
Sid Gould Waiter
Donald Briggs Eddie Collins
Carole Cook Thelma Green
Carol Burnett Carol Bradford
James Gonzalez Teller
Charles Lane Mr. Barnsdahl

Producers

Gary Morton Executive Producer
Elliott Lewis Executive Producer
Lucille Ball Executive Producer
Desi Arnaz Executive Producer
Tommy Thompson Producer
Elliott Lewis Producer
Jack Donohue Producer
Gary Morton Producer
Lucille Ball Producer
Desi Arnaz Producer
Jack Aldworth Producer
Tommy Thompson Producer

Editors

John M. Foley, Argyle Nelson Jr., John J. Fox, Bill Heath

1968Golden GlobeBest TV Star - Female Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1968EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1967EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1967EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Nominated
1967EmmyOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1963EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead) Nominated
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