Television: Second Week Premi

Television's second week of premières was staged almost entirely by CBS. As incumbent ratings champion, having had eight of the top ten prime-time shows last season, CBS waited until the challengers had flashed nearly all their goods before spreading out its twelve new entries for 1964-65. In one or two instances, it could thus be said that the best was saved for last, but in general CBS's new shows lack the warmth of those on the other networks. CBS has a cool and mechanical touch. Its choices in comedy seem cynical, where ABC's...

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