There's a wall in my bathroom dedicated to framed ads torn from vintage issues of Time, Life, and Good Housekeeping. They're the kind of ads we don't see anymore; often rendered in original hand drawn art, portraying glamourous women puffing away on Lucky Strikes, while they extol the virtues of the brand new, fabulously modern vacuum cleaner their husbands purchased for them. It's a mishmash of ads and frames, as varied as the products they’re trying to sell — all centered around three detailed blueprints: the 37th floor offices of “Mad Men”’s fictional ad agency, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, and the two floors of “Bewitched”’s Samantha and Darrin Stephens' suburban home at 1164 Morning Glory Circle.
Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York as Samantha and Darrin Stephens
This is to say, I've long been tickled by the odd connection between 1964's "Bewitched" and 2007's "Mad Men," two very different shows featuring two very different ad agencies and the very different women in their orbit.
During "Mad Men"'s run, I thought about Betty Draper a lot — and countless blogs, vlogs, Tumblr posts, and Pinterest boards made it clear that I wasn't the only one. Her wardrobe had my devoted attention and I spent a lot of time considering what she was wearing and why she was wearing it. (Honestly, who gets this dressed up for their psychiatrist without a reason, even in 1962?)
But Samantha, despite being the original TV Mad Man's wife, never begged the same sartorial attention from me. A recent rewatch of all eight seasons of "Bewitched" helped me figure out why. Like Betty Draper, Samantha (played by Elizabeth Montgomery) was an enchanting, skinny blonde. She easily could have stood out in a crowd — but she didn't want to.
Bewitched” begins as a show about the search for aggressive normality — achieving the American dream without overachieving; fitting in while actively not drawing attention to yourself — and how difficult witchcraft made that for the Stephenses. “All I want is the normal life of a normal housewife,” Samantha Stephens, a witch, insists early on in the first season of “Bewitched.” In the episode “Witch or Wife,” she tries to assure her husband, Darrin (played by Dick York, and later, Dick Sargent), that she’s done using witchcraft — and her attempts at being an “average” housewife dominate most of the first two seasons of the show.
But while Samantha didn’t always keep her promise not to use magic in her everyday life (in fact, she never kept that promise, which is how we got eight seasons of television), with the help of costumers Vi Alford and Byron Munson, she did manage to pull off “typical,” and somehow make it memorable. That's an accomplishment that deserves to be celebrated and remembered just as much as Betty's meticulous packaging.
Using color, trends, subtle visual cues, and maybe a little magic, here's how Samantha Stephens built eight seasons of witchy housekeeping style.
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Enchanting in Green
There’s no true color story when it comes to Samantha’s wardrobe. “Bewitched” is not “Breaking Bad”— you can’t track a character’s mood or situation in life through the colors they’re wearing. This could be because the show spent its first two seasons in black and white. It could also have been because Vi Alford, who handled the ladies’ wardrobes, wasn’t interested in using color as a storytelling tool.
But what we can say for sure is that, once season three hit, Samantha wore a lot of green.
Samantha’s choices in green spanned styles throughout the seasons.
So many of these dresses would be featured repeatedly on "Bewitched."
She wears it while performing all of her typical wifely duties — taking care of the children, running errands, cooking, and keeping the house — and occasionally dons the color when heading out on the town with friends. She also probably wore it in the real world, too.
For context, “Bewitched” lacked a hefty wardrobe budget and often borrowed from its leading ladies' personal wardrobes. Kasey Rodgers, who played Louise Tate, the wife of Darrin's boss, recalled bringing her own clothes to set weekly. Montgomery also told the Leader-Times in 1968 that she often wore her own clothes on the show, so it’s very possible green might have just been one of her favorite colors (which would make sense for a green-eyed blonde).
The Modern Witch
There’s nothing I respect more than a TV character who wears their clothing more than once — you know, like we all do. Samantha wears clothing in season one that we’ll still be seeing in season three, and as someone who still regularly wears what she bought in high school, I dig it.
Season one featured an abundance of 1950s shirtwaist dresses, suits, and sweater sets.
Sam’s wardrobe repetition in season one cements both her thriftiness and her 1950s sensibility early on. She loved to wear prim skirt and sweater sets when out and about (or flying to Paris on the outside of an airplane). And though it was already 1962, Sam (much like Betty Draper in 1960) wasn’t ready to give up her classic shirtwaist dresses just yet.
The dark button shirtwaist was seen in episodes 14, 19 and 59. Samantha wore the middle left and right dress —which appeared to be a shirtwaist fashioned from brocade— in episodes six, eight, and 11 of season one. And the final patterned dress was seen in episodes 11, 13, 22, and 29.
Sam donned most of these dresses (and others) through multiple episodes. While this likely had to do with the show’s limited wardrobe budget, it also helped maintain the feeling that Samantha was just like any other mortal woman who couldn’t magic herself a new dress each morning. Again speaking to the Leader Times, Montgomery explained, "A girl like Samantha can't afford a new dress every time she goes out.” Drawing a parallel between herself and Samantha, she elaborated, “I'm not saying that I can't afford it. But when I found a gown or frock that I like, I feel I should wear it as often as I want."
This is the kind of subtle costuming work I love, and should, honestly, be the blueprint for any show about a family claiming to be anything other than straight up millionaires.
This pink, flowered dress appeared through multiple episodes, and was one of my favorites.
That being said, Alford could have insisted on more to spruce up the looks in their repeat wears. My office mates rarely see me in the same outfit twice, but when they do, I’ve usually added some accessory to make the rewear less obvious. When Samantha repeats an outfit, little changes, aside from her hair. It's an instance where something as simple as an added bracelet might have helped make these dresses stand out.
A Night Out
While she always looks the part of the perfect wife, it’s hard to say that Sam had a specific personal style. Part of this may be due to the lack of overall story narrative of "Bewitched." Unlike a show like "Mad Men," the characters on "Bewitched" don't experience much overall growth or change aside from literally growing (like Erin Murphy as Tabitha) or suddenly becoming a different person (like the Darrin York-to-Sargent switch, which, for some reason, the writers did not take the opportunity to explain away with witchcraft, something that still bothers me to this day).
Without character growth, the wardrobe has less work to do, and a distinct personal style is less necessary. We can still make inferences from the clothing Samantha wears, but we can also acknowledge that it's doing less heavy-lifting than anything Betty Draper wore.
Still, I think Samantha’s dresses do drop a few clues as to who she is.
On the left Samantha wears her traditional black and green witches’ costume.
Her penchant for dresses that evoke the soft, flowing fabrics of her (and her mother Endora’s) witches robes is a fun Easter egg. Many of Sam’s dresses either feature a modern take on the robe à la française, or sack-back gown (sans the panniers and other undergarments that gave the 18th century dress its distinctive shape), or are full, airy dresses that have a lot of movement as the wearer walks — i.e., they’d look great on a runway. Both give visual cues back to her capes and witches robes through fabric choice and movement. Even if Darrin would like to forget about his wife’s witchcraft, her wardrobe won’t let us.
Samantha’s floral dinner dress features sack-back inspired pleating, giving a cape effect.
Samantha wore this flowing dress on evenings out through multiple seasons.
Sam wore all the appropriate styles of the times, and any of them, with more attention paid to accessories, would not have looked out of place on a woman like Betty Draper.
But, again, I don’t think Sam was ever trying to stand out. As an “average” housewife, there was no need for Sam to ever have a “Betty Draper In Rome” moment (in fact, Darrin often became flustered if he found Sam wearing or using anything fancy enough to be “twitched” up). Sam could be beautiful — but she didn’t need flashy clothing to draw extra attention to herself. Her inevitable magic slip-ups would do that for her.
Samantha wore this dress at least three times throughout the first two seasons. The neckline perfectly showcased Montgomery’s favorite heart shaped pendant, which she wore every episode as samantha.
Sam rarely went for anything ostentatious (or, truth be told, even slightly noticeable) when it came to accessorizing, and very often, the only piece of jewelry you’ll see her wearing is a white gold, heart-shaped pendant. The necklace was Montgomery’s own, a gift from her husband (and the show’s director-producer), William Asher. It worked well for Sam, establishing that she was a woman of some means, whose husband could afford to buy her a meaningful trinket, but who still couldn’t afford to have an excessive amount of jewelry.
The same could be said for Samantha's small collection of Louis Vuitton bags that began appearing in season eight; they're arguably the most showy pieces she owned, but still fall on the side of “average” for a well kept housewife. They were costly (in 1978 the designer's popular Speedy bag was around $150), but they weren't the Chanel 2.55. (I can’t afford either of them, but I guess “average” was a different thing in the 1970s, when you could afford to own a home and raise two children on one income.)
Samantha owns at least three LV bags, though her ’Pappilon’ is not featured here.
Straight Legged Sorcery
Like January Jones, Elizabeth Montgomery was the perfect physical model for that 1950s housewife look. But in Montgomery’s own words in the Leader-Times, she prefered “dungarees and tennis shoes” in her everyday life. And so did Sam — when she could get away with it.
Jeans, a Keds-like shoe, and two to three revolving button down shirts would become one of Samantha’s staple uniforms throughout the first two black and white seasons. She would get “dressed” (a skirt or dress) if she were leaving the home, but for her days of housekeeping, Samantha kept it comfortable.
This costume was both practical, and set her apart from the other housewives in the neighborhood. Just look at Sam standing with the women who visit to welcome her to the neighborhood in season one. Each of them, including famous busybody Gladys Kravitz, is dressed in a smart skirt and sweater set or dress while Samantha greets them in jeans. This simple costume works to reinforce that Sam, for all her attempts at average housewifery, is still very different from her peers. “You have no children,” one of the women says. “That much is obvious.”
Samantha greets the welcoming committee in season 1 dressed very out of the norm for her new neighborhood.
Sam had a number of other shirt-and-pants combos as well, which she would debut (and repeat) over “Bewitched”’s run from black and white into color.
As she settled into motherhood in the later seasons, pants topped with sweaters (and sometimes even pigtails — something no grown woman should ever have) and polyester sets (she must have been itching and sweating under the set lights at all times) became more common. The basic looks were practical for a woman chasing after two children under the age of 3 (one of whom has magical powers).
The button downs and pants in the first season made it clear to Sam’s visitors that she had no children, but now, her pants show that she absolutely does. When Louise Tate asks what Darrin likes to see her wear, Sam responds, speaking of dresses, “Bright colors and chic lines." Louise answers, “That means he still thinks of you romantically.” It’s a dated and sexist notion, but it does lend a meaning to her dependence on slacks and sweaters. She still presents femininity, but this covered up look is desexualized and maternal — especially when compared to the styles we would see added in “Bewitched”’s final season.
Of course, Samanatha gained a new husband in season 6 when Dick Sargent replaced Dick York in the role of "Darrin." Perhaps it was Samantha (or Elizabeth Montgomery) who needed some time before she could think of Darrin as romantically again.
Clashing Patterns (and Personalities)
Wild patterns crept into Samantha’s “Bewitched” wardrobe as they eased their way into the popular fashion. But excessively loud patterns were, for the most part, strictly Endora’s lane.
Samantha’s mother Endora, played by Agnes Morehead, was a fashion icon, full stop. Frankly, I had to stop myself from making this an Endora’s Caftans Appreciation Post and doing a Best Blue Eyeshadows list to boot.
Luckily, it is important to grasp Endora’s point of view in order to understand Sam’s, so I have every excuse to do a deep dive into some of her gorgeous, bold printed looks, paired, as always, with caked on layers of unblended blue and white eye shadow and a thick black cat eye. (Somehow, the eye shadow always matched what she was wearing. Magic, folks.)
A small selection of Endoras massive patterned caftan collection
Endora’s clothing begs onlookers to stare, ask questions, and give her the attention she knows she deserves. Despite her ability to look the part of the typical 1960s woman of her age, unlike Samantha, she doesn’t want to. Her domination of the pattern game stands as the direct visual antithesis of what Darrin wants Samantha to be: average. Normal. There is a reason the son and mother-in-law duo never manage to get along.
These examples show that Endora could certainly pull off "normal" when she wanted to; she simply chose to stand out.
Ironically, while Endora is costumed to immediately present as the “other” in the Stephens' suburban community, she is often the best dressed person in any given episode, and without Darrin’s influence, people are often charmed by her. (Rewatch “Bewitched” carefully and you’ll notice that in addition to generally being The Worst, Darrin is often the reason people consider Endora to be eccentric — they’re all taking cues from his behavior)
When you look at Endora’s packaging, you understand why Sam’s own style is downplayed and simple; she’s trying to eschew witchcraft for the sake of her marriage, and that means getting as far away from her mother’s way of life — including her fashion choices — as possible.
This distinction is lost as the show advances in later seasons and Sam starts incorporating more patterns into her wardrobe, reflecting real world fashion trends. It’s unfortunate, because patterns could have been used as a really interesting storytelling tool on “Bewitched” to signify moments of commiseration, affection, or understanding between Samantha and her mother. Take, for instance, this moment at the end of the episode "The Solid Gold Mother In Law," where Samantha attempts to convince Darrin to allow Endora to give Tabatha a pony ride via witchcraft. Sam, Endora, and Tabatha are all in loud patterns, while Darrin is in his straightlaced suit. Though they’re not color coordinated, the pattern clashing visually aligns the women against Darrin while the script does it with words.
The womens myriad of patterns align them visually against Darrins dark suit.
Unfortunately, we don’t get many nuanced costume decisions like that one when it comes to Sam’s patterned wardrobe choices. But they’re still gorgeous to look at.
Samantha arrives in season eight legs first. The first seven episodes of the final season (shot in 1971) find Darrin and Samantha on a lengthy tour of Europe for Darrin’s clients with McMann and Tate. Samantha has taken this extended vacation as an opportunity to fully embrace the mini skirt (and dress). Slightly late on new trends as always, Samantha had missed the true height of the trend in the mid to late 1960s. Skirts, blouses, and knee socks (another questionable choice for any grown woman) are Samantha's go-to choices for season eight.
Samantha stays true to form and still often repeats pieces from her wardrobe, but this “final form” is the most youthful she’s looked (she often evokes the spirit of Cher Horowitz — or vice versa). And because it’s so suddenly young, it feels almost wrong for her character. It’s great for any mom of two to get her groove back, but this is the kind of change that usually signals an approaching “I think my wife is cheating on me!” plotline.
Watching season eight, Samantha’s costumes seem to say less about Samantha than they do about the woman playing her. Elizabeth Montgomery was 38 in “Bewitched”’s final season, and Hollywood has never made it a secret of what they think of women over 30. With these fun, cheeky looks, it’s almost as if Montgomery was trying to advertise herself as a viable actress for roles going forward, knowing that it was entirely possible she was going to be typecast as a “mom” or in Endora-style “kooky witch” roles going forward. Her season eight outfits advertise her best physical attributes and shout, “I may have been playing a witch and a mom for six years, but I’m still a fox.”
Biographer Herbie Pilato notes that after "Bewitched" was cancelled in 1973, Montgomery "sought work diametrically opposed to ‘Bewitched,’" and "savored the parts that were leaps and bounds from Samantha." Her reinvigorated wardrobe on the final season of “Bewitched” gives the sense that she was already making that leap.
Elizabeth Montgomery with Carol Burnett on "Password," which she often guested on during and after "Bewitched’s" run.
Montgomery would go on to snatch up dramatic roles (and Emmy nominations) in TV films like, “The Victim,” (where she played a woman recovering from rape,) “The Legend of Lizzie Borden,” playing the titular murderess. She continued acting and doing voice over work right up until her death in 1995. But while her death was premature, her legacy endures, and I’m reminded of it every time I catch a “Bewitched” rerun on a rainy afternoon, or contemplate what it meant to be a Madison Avenue man’s wife.
Elizabeth Montgomery earned three Golden Globe nominations and nine Emmy nominations over her 41 year career. She passed away at the age of 62 from colon cancer in 1995. This Sunday marks her 85th birthday.
Where can I watch all 8 seasons of Bewitched? ›
You are able to stream Bewitched by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Google Play. You are able to stream Bewitched for free on Tubi.What was the controversial scene in Bewitched? ›
For the scene in which Samantha casts a spell that makes Mr. Brockway see everyone as having black skin, the white actors, including Sargent and White, appeared in blackface.How do they do the magic on Bewitched? ›
This was done using remote controls and invisible wires to create the magical images that were an integral part of Bewitched. When objects had to disappear from Samantha's hand, Montgomery would freeze and Albain (or an assistant) would remove the object from her hand.Why was Bewitched taken off air? ›
Cancellation and aftermath. Despite the low ratings, Bewitched still had a contract for two more seasons on ABC. The network was willing to honor that contract by renewing the sitcom for a ninth season. However, by this time, Montgomery had grown tired of the series and wanted to move on to other roles.What streaming service can I watch Bewitched on? ›
Bewitched - watch online: streaming, buy or rent
Currently you are able to watch "Bewitched" streaming on DIRECTV or for free with ads on Freevee, Tubi TV. It is also possible to buy "Bewitched" as download on Apple TV, Amazon Video, Microsoft Store, Google Play Movies.
How to Watch Bewitched. You are able to stream Bewitched by renting or purchasing on Vudu, Google Play, iTunes, and Amazon Instant Video.Did the cast drink on Bewitched? ›
You wouldn't be alone. Characters on Bewitched drank so much, fans created a drinking guide for the show. In the words of Darrin Stephens, “Make it a double, Sam.”Did they drink on the set of Bewitched? ›
Question: Was everyone an alcoholic on the television show "Bewitched”? In real life? No. However Paul Lynde, Maurice Evans, and Agnes Moorehead were all known to have serious problems with substance abuse and those problems may have bled over into the series' production.Why did they change Darren on Bewitched? ›
Mr. York was replaced on the show by Dick Sargent in 1969 when problems stemming from an old back injury, including overdependence on painkillers, forced him to leave. The show continued until 1972.Why does Samantha wiggle her nose? ›
Plot-wise, the twitch doesn't work, but it sticks as a signature move — it's immortalized from the get-go in the series' animated opening-credits. According to Pilato, the script for the Bewitched pilot called for Samantha to work her magic with a vague move — maybe a wave of the hand, or the arm.
Who was the most powerful witch on Bewitched? ›
Endora is Samantha Stephens' mother and Maurice's wife. She is an extremely powerful witch.Why does Bewitched always wear a heart necklace? ›
On a personal level, the pavé diamond heart represented her marriage and on Bewitched it was a symbolic reminder to the viewers that the power of love between Darrin and Samantha was stronger than witchcraft, relatives, and any other obstacles that the couple would face.Did Bewitched sleep in the same bed? ›
Bewitched first showed Darrin and Samantha sharing a bed on October 22, 1964. The Munsters first showed Herman and Lily sharing the same bed in the episode "Autumn Croakus," which aired on November 26, 1964.What was the very last Bewitched episode? ›
The Truth, Nothing but the Truth, So Help Me Sam is the twenty-sixth and final episode of the eighth season, and the 254th and final episode of the Bewitched series. The episode was completed by December 16, 1971.What happened to the little girl on Bewitched? ›
Erin is now a mum-of-six and is still acting. She currently appears in a new web series called Life Interrupted where she stars alongside Alison Arngrim, Dawn Wells and Michael Learned.Can I watch Bewitched in Roku? ›
Watch Bewitched (1964) Online for Free | The Roku Channel | Roku.What is the Freevee channel? ›
Freevee, which formerly was known as IMDb TV, is a free streaming service that launched in April 2022. The refreshed service contains a content mix of classic TV shows and movies with a promise of more original content to come.Is Bewitched still on Roku? ›
Streaming on Roku. Bewitched, a sitcom series starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, and Agnes Moorehead is available to stream now. Watch it on Freevee, Apple TV or Prime Video on your Roku device.Is Bewitched on Tubi TV? ›
Watch Bewitched - Free TV Series | Tubi.What TV channel is Bewitched on? ›
Bewitched - ABC Series - Where To Watch.
How many seasons of the TV show Bewitched is there? ›
'Bewitched' premiered to strong ratings on ABC in 1964 running for eight seasons and starred Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha Stephens, a witch married to a hapless mortal and the challenges which follow.Who smoked on Bewitched? ›
York was a three-pack-a-day smoker for much of his life and often smoked cigarettes on the set of Bewitched; he spent his final years battling emphysema.Did Samantha on Bewitched smoke? ›
At 7:22 Samantha can be seen smoking a cigarette; the only time she does so in the show's entire eight years.Was the same house used in Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie? ›
The outside of the Bellows House is the "Bewitched House" (aka, "Stephens Home.") However, when the Bellows, Tony and Jeannie are entering and sitting at the table, the inside is not the Stephens House interior.Who was the busy body on Bewitched? ›
Alice Pearce (October 16, 1917 – March 3, 1966) was an American actress.What hotel was Bewitched filmed? ›
In late June 1970, Hollywood came to Salem with the filming of Bewitched. The cast and crew stayed at the Hawthorne Hotel while filming in the city and nearby Gloucester. They filmed some interiors in the hotel, most notably the lobby's elevators.Who played the drunk at the bar in Bewitched? ›
|Roles||Mr. Solow Frank O'Hara Mr. Potter Neighbor Man in Bar Montague Harry Customer Drunk in Bar Drunk Mr. Green (Tabitha)|
|Birthdate||July 30, 1916|
Endora refuses even to speak Darrin's name correctly, alternately calling him "Derwood", "What's-his-name", "Darwin", "Dum-Dum", etc., all much to his annoyance.What nickname did Samantha's mother call Darrin in Bewitched? ›
Dum Dum. He was often referred to by Endora, I can also remember, derweed, my favorite was, "our boy dar dar."Did Adam on Bewitched have powers? ›
In the episode "Adam, Warlock or Washout?", it is discovered that Adam has supernatural powers. At first, Adam was thought to be a normal mortal human. He tested out as "mortal" during the same test that had proved that Tabitha was a witch. Maurice, cast a spell upon Adam by using a shell.
Can you visit the Bewitched House? ›
However, the house is actually at the Warner Bros Ranch in Burbank, California, on Blondie Street. It still stands, though it looks a bit different now with different colors and extended siding. The ranch is not open to the public.What happened to Elizabeth Montgomery after Bewitched? ›
After Bewitched ended its run in 1972, Montgomery continued her career with roles in numerous television films, including A Case of Rape (1974), as Ellen Harrod, and The Legend of Lizzie Borden (1975), as Lizzie Borden. Both roles earned her additional Emmy Award nominations.How old was Samantha Stevens supposed to be on Bewitched? ›
|Age||at least 400 years|
|Residence||1164 Morning Glory Circle Westport, Connecticut|
This is one of several indicators that suggest that Endora is a more powerful witch than Samantha. Endora reveals that witches (at least a witch like Samantha) are incapable of using their magic when time traveling to the past.
Imogene Coca was very unfunny and unlikeable as Mary, the Good Fairy.What witch is stronger than Dahlia? ›
The Hollow is much more powerful than Dahlia for the following reasons: She started using her magic from the moment she was born.Did Samantha on Bewitched have a Louis Vuitton purse? ›
(I can't afford either of them, but I guess “average” was a different thing in the 1970s, when you could afford to own a home and raise two children on one income.) Samantha owns at least three LV bags, though her 'Pappilon' is not featured here.What is the queen of the witches Bewitched? ›
Samantha is elected Queen of the Witches which causes problems with Darrin's marriage and household. Samantha is elected Queen of the Witches which causes problems with Darrin's marriage and household. Samantha is elected Queen of the Witches which causes problems with Darrin's marriage and household.What was the necklace Elizabeth Montgomery wore Bewitched? ›
A: Elizabeth Montgomery received the necklace, a puffed pave diamond heart pendant, from her husband, director-producer William Asher, around 1963.What is the most controversial episode of Bewitched? ›
|"Sisters at Heart"|
|Lisa (left) and Tabitha (right); shown after Tabitha has cast an awry spell to mix both girls' race in response to bigotry endured by other children|
|Episode no.||Season 7 Episode 13|
|Directed by||William Asher|
Did Bewitched really wiggle her nose? ›
Bewitched's Nose Tinkle
Samantha's nose wiggles were always accompanied by a doodle-oodle-ooo tinkling sound reportedly made by a xylophone. So how did actress Elizabeth Montgomery perfect that twitch, anyway? Word on the street has it that when she wrinkled her nose, she was actually just moving her lip.
Elizabeth Montgomery became pregnant on three occasions during the show's run.What was the name of the Bewitched spin-off? ›
This spin-off of Bewitched (1964) follows Tabitha Stephens; Samantha and Darrin's daughter as an adult.Why did Bewitched get taken off the air? ›
Cancellation and aftermath. Despite the low ratings, Bewitched still had a contract for two more seasons on ABC. The network was willing to honor that contract by renewing the sitcom for a ninth season. However, by this time, Montgomery had grown tired of the series and wanted to move on to other roles.Where can I watch all 8 seasons of Bewitched for free? ›
You are able to stream Bewitched for free on Tubi.How old was Samantha on Bewitched when she died? ›
She was 62, according to numerous reference books and old clippings, though her family maintained that she was 57. Montgomery died at her home surrounded by husband Robert Foxworth and her children, said family spokesman Howard Bragman.How many babies did Samantha have on Bewitched? ›
Samantha and Darrin's marriage withstands all trials, and they ultimately have two children, Tabitha (Erin Murphy) and Adam (David Lawrence).Who was the nurse in Bewitched when Samantha had the baby? ›
Eve Arden: Nurse Kelton.Where can I watch seasons 4 8 of Bewitched? ›
Currently you are able to watch "Bewitched - Season 4" streaming on DIRECTV or for free with ads on Tubi TV. It is also possible to buy "Bewitched - Season 4" as download on Apple TV, Amazon Video, Google Play Movies.Does Prime have Bewitched? ›
Prime Video: Bewitched Season 3.
Is Bewitched still on Antenna TV? ›
Mon-Fri 7a ET | 4a PT. Mon-Fri 2p ET | 11a PT. Sat 2p ET | 11a PT. Sun 11a ET | 8a PT.How many seasons of Bewitch are there? › Where can I watch Season 7 of Bewitched? ›
Streaming, rent, or buy Bewitched – Season 7:
Currently you are able to watch "Bewitched - Season 7" streaming on The Roku Channel for free with ads or buy it as download on Amazon Video, Google Play Movies, Apple TV.
Bewitched Season 5 (1968)
Bewitched featuring Elizabeth Montgomery and Agnes Moorehead has one or more episodes streaming with subscription on Philo, free on Tubi, free on Freevee (Via Prime Video), and 7 others.
Bewitched Season 4 Episodes Streaming Online for Free | The Roku Channel | Roku.Is Bewitched on Disney+ plus? ›
Our data shows that the Bewitched is available to stream on Apple TV. We also checked other leading streaming services including Prime Video, Apple TV+, Binge, Disney+, Google Play, Foxtel Now, Netflix and Stan. Bewitched is not available on any of them at this time.Can I watch CW with an antenna? ›
You can watch older shows from The CW and other networks in The CW's CW Seed subsection. You can also watch any local TV channel that carries The CW with a digital over-the-air antenna.How do I get CW channel on my antenna? ›
To see if you can get The CW for free over the air, visit AntennaRecommendations.com. There you can find out if The CW is available over the air in your area. If The CW Network is not available in your area, you can stream it. You will soon have several great options.Is antenna TV on Roku? ›
A Roku TV is equipped with an ATSC tuner that provides access to digital “over-the-air” broadcast television. These channels can be accessed via an HDTV antenna connected to the Antenna TV input on your Roku TV.Why did they change Mrs Kravitz on Bewitched? ›
Kravitz Was Also Played by Two Actors | The Magic of 'Bewitched' | Purple Clover. Tammy Grimes was ABC's first choice to play Samantha Stephens (originally named "Cassandra"), but the Tony Award-winning actress clashed with the show's producers, so the role went to Elizabeth Montgomery instead.
Where is the house from Bewitched located? ›
Bewitched House - 1164 Morning Glory Circle. The house we have all come to know and love as Darrin & Samantha's still stands today (the exterior) at the Warner Brothers Ranch (originally Screen Gems/Columbia), West Oak Street in Burbank, California.