Alfred Hitchcock Presents made its television debut October 2, 1955 and forever changed the course of television history. The series marked the first time a director of Hitchcock's caliber had involved himself so deeply in the infant medium of television. Not only did Hitchcock introduce every episode and direct several shows in the series, but he also served as its executive producer.
Pros: Simply brilliant television Cons: The years of one's life when it is not on in re-runs I am a bit unnerved to find Alfred Hitchcock Presents under the "Adolescent" television category, but that's either (a) a temporary Epinions glitch, or (b) a deliberate poke at parents who are letting kids get away with watching Saved By The Bell: The New Class. This was a great favourite of mine as a kid and I am happy to … more