The Doris Day Show

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  • TV-G
  • 1968
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.4  (618)

The Doris Day Show was an American sitcom that was originally on CBS when it was being recorded. The show itself starred Doris Day as the leading role of the series as Doris Martin. During the course of the show, Doris Day, playing as Doris Martin, originally started off as a story about a single mother who decides to move onto a family ranch, with her two sons, after leaving the San Francisco city life. The two sons are named Billy, played by Philip Brown, and Toby, played by Todd Starke, and both were supporting characters on the show. As the series progressed however, Doris and her family moved back to San Francisco by season 3, once Doris herself had secured a job working at a magazine publishing company. The show itself, while being a family sitcom for all ages, enjoyed high ratings and lasted for five seasons and was widely known for having a fairly large cast. Also, the show was known for having most of its cast no longer being around towards the end of the series, leaving Doris Day the only main character left.

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Byline Alias Doris
24. Byline Alias Doris
March 12, 1973
Scotty, a co-worker of Doris' at Today's World magazine takes credit for her work.
Welcome to Big Sur
23. Welcome to Big Sur
March 5, 1973
A romantic weekend for Doris and Jonathan turns into a double date with Jackie and her boyfriend.
Meant for Each Other
22. Meant for Each Other
February 26, 1973
Doris accepts Jonathan's marriage proposal and makes plans for their wedding.
The Magnificent Fraud
21. The Magnificent Fraud
February 19, 1973
Doris and Cy turn criminal thanks to her uncle, an art forger who involves the unwitting pair in a swindle.
A Small Cure for Big Alimony
20. A Small Cure for Big Alimony
February 12, 1973
Cy is upset when his ex-wife's boyfriend falls for Doris, worrying he'll have to keep paying alimony.
Family Magazine
19. Family Magazine
February 5, 1973
Cy tries to play matchmaker in order to get the rights to Doris' ex-boyfriend's newest book.
It's a Dog's Life
18. It's a Dog's Life
January 29, 1973
Doris adopts a couple of stray dogs which causes problems for her and her landlord.
Hospital Benefit
17. Hospital Benefit
January 22, 1973
Doris offers to help Peter raise money and operate a fashion show as a hospital fundraiser.
The Last Huzzah
16. The Last Huzzah
January 15, 1973
Doris attempts to save an elderly employee's job at Today's World magazine.
The Hoax
15. The Hoax
January 8, 1973
In order to expose a phony talent agency for a magazine article, Doris goes undercover as an actress.
Follow That Dog
14. Follow That Dog
January 1, 1973
Doris is caught in the middle of a police investigation when detectives check out the dog she's babysitting.
The New Boss
13. The New Boss
December 18, 1972
Doris replaces Cy as editor-in-chief after Colonel Fairburn attempts to give the magazine a fresh look.
Anniversary Gift
12. Anniversary Gift
December 11, 1972
Peter gives Doris an antique car to mark their anniversary but the gift brings Doris nothing but trouble.
The Co-Op
11. The Co-Op
November 27, 1972
Doris and neighbors are upset when a huge conglomerate tries to turn their building into a co-op.
Detective Story
10. Detective Story
November 20, 1972
An Eastern European General is investigated by Doris about allegations that he plans to defect.
The Music Man
9. The Music Man
November 13, 1972
After interviewing a rock star, Doris discovers the younger music idol is falling in love with her.
Jimmy the Gent
8. Jimmy the Gent
November 6, 1972
Doris poses as a nurse as she breaks hospital security to interview an injured safecracker.
Debt of Honor
7. Debt of Honor
October 23, 1972
Doris becomes a friend in need as she tries to borrow eleven hundred dollars.
Forgive and Forget
6. Forgive and Forget
October 16, 1972
A suspicious Doris believes that boyfriend Peter is secretly romancing a beautiful actress.
Peeping Tom
5. Peeping Tom
October 9, 1972
The police arrest Cy as a peeping Tom, jeopardizing his chance of winning the Man of the Year award.
The Press Secretary
4. The Press Secretary
October 2, 1972
Doris takes a leave of absence to serve as press secretary to a Congressional candidate.
Just a Miss Understanding
3. Just a Miss Understanding
September 25, 1972
Doris moonlights as hostess of an all-night radio show to solve her economic problem.
The Great Talent Raid
2. The Great Talent Raid
September 18, 1972
Two aggressive bosses cause chaos when they battle to win Doris as a valuable employee.
No More Advice....Please
1. No More Advice....Please
September 11, 1972
Doris' boyfriend Peter finds himself on the sidelines while Doris interviews a handsome bachelor.
Description

The Doris Day Show was an American sitcom that was originally on CBS when it was being recorded. The show itself starred Doris Day as the leading role of the series as Doris Martin. During the course of the show, Doris Day, playing as Doris Martin, originally started off as a story about a single mother who decides to move onto a family ranch, with her two sons, after leaving the San Francisco city life. The two sons are named Billy, played by Philip Brown, and Toby, played by Todd Starke, and both were supporting characters on the show. As the series progressed however, Doris and her family moved back to San Francisco by season 3, once Doris herself had secured a job working at a magazine publishing company.

The show itself, while being a family sitcom for all ages, enjoyed high ratings and lasted for five seasons and was widely known for having a fairly large cast. Also, the show was known for having most of its cast no longer being around towards the end of the series, leaving Doris Day the only main character left.

The Doris Day Show is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (128 episodes). The series first aired on September 24, 1968.

Where to Watch The Doris Day Show

The Doris Day Show is available for streaming on the MPI website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Doris Day Show on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Hoopla and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 24, 1968
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (618)