As a child I was very taken by the Andy Griffiths Show and My Three Sons (probably because I was being raised by a single dad.)
Later in the 60's it was The Monkees, the Invaders, Get Smart, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeanie. Aall american. The only UK shows I can remember were Dr Who and The Prisoner - which i didn't understand. This was all happening in NZ by the way.
You got me thinking there Kevin.... and I've realised that nearly every show I enjoyed in my British sixties childhood was indeed American. There were a few British exceptions, but "The Monkees", "The Banana Split Show", "The Addams Family", "Lost In Space", "F Troop", "The New Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn", "Batman", "Tarzan", "Bewitched", "The Munsters"... My God the list is endless looking back! And that's without taking account of all those US cartoon series... "Wacky Races", "Deputy Dawg", "Rocky And Bullwinkle", "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!", "Astronut", "Shazzan", "The Impossibles" (guess who they
reminded me of!) etc etc...
And there was me thinking it was the time of "The British Invasion"!!