This was the television schedule on all three networks for the fall season beginning in September 1967. All times are Eastern and Pacific.
New fall series are highlighted in bold.
The highest-rated show for the year is colored in lime. The top ten highest-rated shows are colored in yellow. The top 20 highest-rated shows are colored in cyan. The top 30 highest-rated shows are colored in magenta.
|ABC||Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea||The F.B.I.||The ABC Sunday Night Movie|
|CBS||Lassie||Gentle Ben||The Ed Sullivan Show||The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour||Mission: Impossible|
|NBC||AFL Football (from 4:30 EST)||Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color||The Mothers-in-Law||Bonanza||The High Chaparral|
|ABC||Cowboy in Africa||The Rat Patrol||Felony Squad||Peyton Place||The Big Valley|
|CBS||Gunsmoke||The Lucy Show||The Andy Griffith Show||Family Affair||The Carol Burnett Show|
|NBC||The Monkees||The Man from U.N.C.L.E.||The Danny Thomas Hour||I Spy|
Note: On NBC, Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In replaced The Man from U.N.C.L.E. effective January 22, 1968.
|ABC||Garrison's Gorillas||The Invaders||N.Y.P.D.||The Hollywood Palace|
|CBS||Daktari||The Red Skelton Hour||Good Morning, World||CBS News Hour/CBS Reports|
|NBC||I Dream of Jeannie||The Jerry Lewis Show||NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies|
Note: On ABC, It Takes A Thief replaced The Invaders effective January 9, 1968.
|ABC||Custer||The Second Hundred Years||The ABC Wednesday Night Movie|
|CBS||Lost in Space||The Beverly Hillbillies||Green Acres||He & She||Dundee and the Culhane|
|NBC||The Virginian||Kraft Music Hall||Run for Your Life|
Note: CBS decided in September to replace Dundee and the Culhane in December with The Jonathan Winters Show. The Avengers replaced Custer in January 1968.
|ABC||Batman||The Flying Nun||Bewitched||That Girl||Peyton Place||Good Company||Local|
|CBS||Cimarron Strip||The CBS Thursday Night Movies|
|NBC||Daniel Boone||Ironside||Dragnet 1968||The Dean Martin Show|
Note: Good Company, an interview show hosted by F. Lee Bailey, did so poorly in the Nielsen ratings that ABC decided not to bother replacing it, temporarily returning its time period to their affiliates.
|ABC||Off To See the Wizard||Hondo||The Guns of Will Sonnett||Judd, for the Defense|
|CBS||The Wild Wild West||Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.||The CBS Friday Night Movies|
|NBC||Tarzan||Star Trek||Accidental Family||The Bell Telephone Hour / Actuality Specials / NBC News Reports / American Profile|
Off to See the Wizard was a collection of children's films, mostly from MGM.
|ABC||The Dating Game||The Newlywed Game||The Lawrence Welk Show||The Iron Horse||ABC Scope|
|CBS||The Jackie Gleason Show||My Three Sons||Hogan's Heroes||Petticoat Junction||Mannix|
|NBC||Maya||Get Smart||NBC Saturday Night at the Movies|
Note: The Hollywood Palace returned to its original time period in January 1968, replacing The Iron Horse.
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- McNeil, Alex. Total Television. Fourth edition. New York: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-024916-8.
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