Bewitched Season 1 (2014) – By Jason S. Lockard

What if you married a beautiful woman and afterward you found out that she just happens to be a witch?! This is the plot of one of sitcoms most loved Emmy award winning TV series Bewitched. Now thanks to Mill Creek we can relive the first season of this TV Classic over and over again on DVD.

The first season is presented in the original black and white. Elizabeth Mongomery stars as the beautiful witch Samantha and her loving, but mortal husband Darrin is played by the great Dick York. Than there is Samantha’s witch mother-in-law (Agnes Moorehead), dotty Aunt Clara (Marion Lorne) and who could ever forget the nosy next door neighbor Gladys Kravitz played perfectly by Alice Pearce. Some of the guest stars that appear in this season are; Adam West, Raquel Welch, Peggy Lipton and Arte Johnson.

This season included 36 hilarious episodes! Some of the best are; Samantha meets the folks: Darrin’s parents pay their first visit to the Stephens home. Darrin’s mother, Phyllis, hopes to find that his wife is a poor housekeeper. Soon after, Samantha’s Aunt Clara comes down the chimney for an unexpected visit. A is for Aardvark: After Darrin sprains his ankle and Samantha gives him the power of witchcraft Darrin, becomes drunk with power and decides to quit his job. Driving is the only way to fly: Samantha wants to learn how to drive, but after an incident with Darrin, he enrolls her in a driving school. Sam is instructed by a nervous wreck named Harold Harold (Paul Lynde’s first appearance). Cousin Edgar: Endora is not the only one who wants to break up the Stephens’ marriage. An elf named Edgar begins playing dirty tricks on Darrin. Eat at Mario’s: Samantha and Endora enjoy lunch at a great pizzaria, but Mario’s business is going down the tubes. Samantha and Endora try to help out, but end up endangering Darrin’s job.

This is one great season of Bewitched! It’s where it all began and it is an absolute must have! The audio and video is crisp and DVD menus are easy to access. An absolute Great DVD release and for just under 10 dollars it’s a steal! I highly suggest you head over to and pick up a copy today!

Moral Rating: Nothing offensive.
Audience: Families
Genre: Sitcom
Length: Over 15 hours
DVD Released: 2014
DVD Rating: A+