Never Too Young (1965-1966) is famous as the first teenage soap opera, an attempt to draw the Beatles crowd into daytime tv.
It was set in Malibu, where Alfy (David Watson) ran the High Dive, the local teen hangout, and negotiated the angst-ridden lives of three high school girls, Joy, Rhoda, and Susan, and their boys:
Dack Rambo, who would go on to star in All My Children and Dallas, played all-around good guy Tim (shown here with his twin brother Dirk Rambo). Both were bisexual in real life.
John Lupton (shown here with Michael Ansara and, apparently, their child) played rich kid Frank.
Tommy Rettig of Lassie played his boyfriend Jojo.
Michael Blodgett, a beefcake star of the 1960s, played injured football star Tad.
Never Too Young ran daily at 3:00 in the afternoon from September 27, 1965 through June 24, 1966.
That's a pitiable short life span for a soap; apparently teenagers were staying away in droves. But not to worry, they grooved on the vampires and werewolves of its replacement, Dark Shadows