Samantha, a powerful member of the society of witches that has lived apart from humanity for many centuries, falls in love with a mortal, Darrin Stephens. Much to the disgust of most of her family, she vows to give up witchcraft and become an ordinary suburban housewife.
Last Episode08x26 The Truth, Nothing But the Truth, … Aired: Mar. 25, 1972
In the final episode, Endora tries to test out Darrin's honesty by giving him a pin with a spell that makes him tell the truth. Darrin learns …
Bewitched: Season 1, Episode #32 - Illegal Separation
After an argument, Gladys Kravitz locks her husband, Abner, out of their home. The Stephens invite Abner to…
Bewitched: Season 1, Episode #23 - Red Light, Green Light
The lack of a traffic signal at a busy intersection in Morning Glory Circle makes it virtually impossible for…
Series Fun Facts
- The final black and white episode was "Prodigy".
- From January 1984 until January 1991, the DFS Program Exchange (a division of the Dancer Fitzgerald Sample advertising agency) syndicated "Bewitched," as well as such other classic Columbia…
[show]From January 1984 until January 1991, the DFS Program Exchange (a division of the Dancer Fitzgerald Sample advertising agency) syndicated "Bewitched," as well as such other classic Columbia Pictures Television shows as "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Partridge Family." Many fans wondered why DFS omitted syndicating the first two black-and-white seasons of "Bewitched" (and the early black-and-white episodes of "I Dream of Jeannie"); DFS claimed this was "basically because studies show that the majority of viewers would rather watch color programming" (this was during the height of the colorization craze in the mid-1980s). This obviously perturbed said fans of "Bewitched," rightfully citing unbridled, out-and-out *censorship,* and eventually Columbia Pictures Entertainment got word of how DFS was treating the distribution of Columbia's best-known TV property. As the result of that outcry, DFS - which by this time officially changed its name to simply The Program Exchange after DFS was purchased by rival advertising agency Saatchi and Saatchi North America, Inc. - re-released the black-and-white episodes of "Bewitched" from September 1989 until January 1991, at which time Sony Pictures Entertainment - which owned Columbia Pictures for a little over a year - re-assumed syndication of "Bewitched," "I Dream of Jeannie," etc. Sony Pictures Television *still* syndicates *every single* episode of "Bewitched" - both black-and-white *and* color - to this day.
- Goof (revealing mistake): In the episode with Leonardo DaVinci, he tries out a revolving door. The actor's hands can be seen going right through the "glass" in the one of the doors - then the…
[show]Goof (revealing mistake): In the episode with Leonardo DaVinci, he tries out a revolving door. The actor's hands can be seen going right through the "glass" in the one of the doors - then the actor quickly fixes his hands so it looks like there is glass in the door.