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The Real McCoys is a sitcom that aired on ABC for five seasons and CBS for one season.
The Real McCoys revolves around the lives of a mountain family who originally hailed from the fictional community of Smoky Corners, West Virginia. The McCoys moved to California, where they became dirt farmers. The family consisted of Grandpa Amos McCoy, the head of the family; his grandson Luke; Luke's new bride Kate; teenage sister Hassie;, and 11-year-old brother Little Luke. The double-naming of the brothers was explained in the first episode by the elder Luke: Because their parents were so excited over the birth of the younger boy, "they forgot all about me!"
When they arrived at the new ranch, which had been in the family (it was originally owned by an uncle, Ben McCoy, who had died), they gained a Mexican ranch hand named Pepino Garcia, played by the Puerto Rican-born Tony Martinez, who worked with them and eventually became a part of the family. The McMichaels, a brother-and-sister family played by Andy Clyde and Madge Blake, lived on the hill not far from the McCoys. Amos and George would sometimes quarrel, particularly over playing horseshoes. Kate was friendly with Flora McMichael, George's sister, and became involved with life in the community. Though still in her twenties, she was a mother figure for Luke's younger siblings, Hassie and Little Luke. Many of the episodes had a moral theme consisent with the views of Walter Brennan.
| Season || Premiere || Finale || #
| Season One || October 3, 1957 || June 26, 1958 || 39
| Season Two || October 2, 1958 || June 25, 1959 || 39
| Season Three || July 16, 1959 || March 17, 1960 || 29
| Season Four || August 4, 1960 || May 25, 1961 || 39
| Season Five || July 27, 1961 || May 10, 1962 || 39
| Season Six || September 30, 1962 || June 23, 1963 || 39