I remember both the Windom show, and the Lance Kerwin show (well, in fairness that Kerwin was in a show, I don't know watched it).
Speaking of Kerwin, who else remembers The Family Holvak (with a slightly younger Kerwin and starrring Glenn Ford)? Based on an earlier early movie with the same family, Ford was a rural preacher, Kerwin was his kid, Raymey. In the movie, Ford's character dies, so I was curious when it became a series.
Or for that matter, The Second Hundred Years with Monte Markham?
Strange coincidence or not? tvobscurities mentions My World... in their August 26 entry.
it states: "I’m not sure if My World and Welcome To It, which aired on NBC during the 1969-1970, can be considered a “popular obscurity.” Quite a number of people remembering watching it, and have fond recollections of the show. Following its cancellation it won two Emmy awards, which may have led to some embarrassment at NBC. CBS aired select episodes during the summer of 1972. What interested me most while writing this article was learning about previous attempts to turn the works and life of James Thurber into a weekly television series. Two pilots were produced and broadcast in the late 1950s/early 1960s but neither was picked up. I’d love to see those."
And let's not forget, The Ugliest Girl In Town