NBC (ended 1959)


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Welcome To Alfred Hitchcock's SUSPICION guide at

The stories were meant to fascinate, mystify and confound the audience, and generally dealt with people's fears and suspicions. Alfred Hitchcock, who had his own series on CBS at this time, produced half of the filmed episodes. All forty episodes are listed here.

The show consisted of 40 episodes, half were live and half were on film. The shows, often involving murder, were designed to confuse and mystify the audience and dealt with their fears and suspicions.

Company Credits
Production Companies
Revue Studios,
Shamley Productions
Studios USA Television

In 1957 Hitchcock becamse involved with another television series, entitled Suspicion, as an executive producer. The series did not feature the usual Hitchcockian light-hearted introduction his fans had come to enjoy from his series Alfred Hitchcock Presents. The series was however tied thematically to his works, as it primarily dealt with suspense.

The show ran for one season on NBC and featured 40 black and white one hour episodes, from September 1957 to July 1958. Hitchcock directed the initial episode entitled Four O'Clock, that aired on Sept. 30, 1957. It was based on a story by Cornell Woolrich (Rear Wondow), and featured in its cast Nancy Kelly and a young Harry Dean Stanton.moreless