Around the same time I saw 2 shows of another NYC shot series from the 60's called THE REPORTER, starring Harry Guardino. It was a very short lived series and will never be released anywhere, I'm sure, but I enjoyed the two samplings I saw.
I had a chance to view all of the episodes of this series at one of the archives not long ago and I enjoyed it as well. The show has a bad reputation for some reason, probably because it was part of that whole James Aubrey/Keefe Braselle fiasco at CBS. (For those who don't know, Braselle was a mobbed up entertainer who sold CBS 3 series, all without pilots, all of which failed.) Anyway, while I wouldn't call it a great show (Saints and Sinners, a very similar series from Four Star, is a bit better), it's a pretty good show with some very good episodes. Of course a half season, black and white show owned by CBS has pretty much no chance of ever seeing the light of day again.
By the way, speaking of James Aubrey, he was the CBS programmer who stated that his programming philosophy was "Broads, bosoms and fun". Judging by the series stars during his reign (Connie Hines, Tina Louise, Dawn Wells, Jeannine Riley, Pat Woodell, Donna Douglas, Julie Newmar), he certainly had 1 & 2 covered!