List of Bewitched Episodes

List Of Bewitched Episodes

The following is a list of episodes of the American sitcom Bewitched. Film dates are the dates the Screen Gems distribution company reported the episode was "finished."


Season # Episodes TV season
1 36 1964/65
2 38 1965/66
3 33 1966/67
4 33 1967/68
5 30 1968/69
6 30 1969/70
7 28 1970/71
8 26 1971/72

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