If you’re looking for a way to get away from today’s liberal-leaning media, look no further than the classic TV shows of the 1960s and 1970s. These shows have stood the test of time, bringing families together and promoting traditional values that many modern shows lack. Here are five of our favorite classic TV shows that promote conservative values.
The Andy Griffith Show (1960 – 1968)
This show is a classic example of small-town values and old-fashioned family life. From Andy Taylor’s paternal relationship with son Opie to Aunt Bee nurturing everyone in her home, this show promoted traditional values such as hard work, humility, loyalty, respect for authority figures, and an appreciation for community.
Bonanza (1959 – 1973)
Bonanza follows the adventures of the Cartwright family on their sprawling Nevada ranch. This show was unique in its time because it featured a diverse cast and explored issues such as racism, sexism, greed and crime through its storylines.
But despite its progressive themes, Bonanza still drove home conservative ideals like honor and respect for your elders.
Leave it to Beaver (1957 – 1963)
If there ever was a show about conservative family life in suburban America during the 50s and 60s, this is it. Leave it to Beaver chronicles the lives of two young brothers growing up under the watchful eyes of their parents, Ward and June Cleaver.
The show promotes strong parental guidance as well as traditional gender roles while teaching kids how to make responsible decisions in life.
The Brady Bunch (1969 – 1974)
The Brady Bunch is another iconic show that has been running continuously since its debut in 1969! While it may not be as politically charged as other shows on this list, The Brady Bunch definitely reinforces some conservative ideals such as clean living and respect for authority figures.
It also teaches us valuable lessons about acceptance—especially when Peter Brady invites his African-American friend over to stay at their house without any hesitation or judgement from his family members!
No matter what your political views are, these five classic TV shows from the 1960s and 1970s have earned their place in our hearts by reinforcing traditional values like hard work and respect for authority figures while teaching us important lessons about acceptance along the way.
They have stood the test of time by continuing to entertain viewers after all these years—so if you’re looking for a break from today’s media landscape filled with liberal bias, take a trip down memory lane with one of these timeless classics!
No Libs !!
March 10, 2023 at 8:28 pm
Griffith Voted for BHO !!
March 11, 2023 at 12:49 pm
I vote Hogan’s Heroes. Learned more German and Russian language then was ever gleaned in school. A course of “Get Smart” certainly wouldn’t hurt today’s FBI agency.
March 11, 2023 at 5:37 pm
I have a ROKU TV and am able to watch any of these TV shows when I want as well as other quality programs. Mission Impossible, anybody? The only trouble with the streaming channels is the advertisements aimed at homosexuals but they’re probably on network TV too. I also get NewsMax and OAN.
March 12, 2023 at 5:05 pm
You should add the Real America’s Voice channel on Roku. Steve Bannon’s War Room (which can also be found on Rumble, another Roku channel), airs at 10 am and 5 pm, and is fire everyday. Other shows on RAV rock too. They even have Stinchfield, who was fired from Newsmax, on at 7 pm. Good channel, but also add Rumble, where you can find RSBN, who has all-day broadcasts of Trump’s rallies.
March 11, 2023 at 9:53 pm
Funny how The Andy Griffith Show was such a wholesome program and Andy Griffith and Ronnie Howard were/are flaming liberals.
March 12, 2023 at 10:33 am
They were then when Patriotism was in vogue. But they now go whichever way the sicko liberal winds blow in Hollyweird. They are 2 jokes now.