List of Get Smart Episodes

List Of Get Smart Episodes

The following is an episode list for Get Smart, an American spy spoof television series broadcast from September 18, 1965 to May 15, 1970. The show's first four seasons were initially broadcast on NBC, and its last season was on CBS.

Each of the five seasons has been released on DVD by HBO; also, the entire series has been released in a single box set, first by Timeā€“Life, then by HBO.

For the 7 episodes of the 1995 Get Smart, see Get Smart (1995 TV series).

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