Bewitched: Astonishing Facts Revealed About The Cast and Crew
It still remains a shock how “Bewitched” has remained in the limelight since it first aired back on September 17, 1964. The show might have lasted for only 8 seasons but the twitchy nose signature by Samantha remains an indelible mark in everyone’s memory. Even better, the show story was later made into a movie starring Will Farrell and Nicole Kidman. Since the NBC pilot order in October 2014, there has been a rumor on the TV show remake.
There were stringent moves and efforts to conceal a number of issues regarding the TV show. However, there are a couple of things that could never be kept a secret, not forever. Below are 20 things you probably never knew about the “Bewitched” TV show.
The Revelation of Sol Saks’ Inspiration
The “Bewitched” show’s creator, Sol Saks, created the show after watched the I Married A Witch and Bell, Book and Candle films. He modeled the pilot episode after these films. In a number of interviews, Saks expressed his confidence in lack of contradiction and no litigation since the “Bewitched” show was produced by Screen Gems, a company owned by Columbia Pictures and so were both movies.