Bobby Vee appeared on the following Television shows:

March 1, 1960 Bob Clayton Show in Boston "Suzie Baby" & "What Do You Want"
March 2, 1960 Biggie Nevins Show in New Haven, CT  
March 3, 1960 The Milt Grant TV Hop, Washington DC
March 5,1960 Buddy Dean TV Hop in Baltimore  
March 6, 1960 The Clay Cole Show in NYC "What Do You Want" with Dion & The Belmonts
May 26, 1960 American Bandstand AB734 "What Do You Want"
Aug 19, 1960 American Bandstand AB795 "Devil or Angel" & "Since I Met You Baby"
Nov 28, 1960 American Bandstand AB866 with Ferrante & Teicher
1962 The Idol - The Story of Bobby Vee

TV Documentary produced by Lew Irwin. "The Idol," "Walkin' With My Angel," "You Won't Forget Me," "Keep A Knocking" and "Suzie Baby"

1962 Art Linkletter Show (did not sing)
Feb 15, 1964 American Bandstand AB1607 "Stranger in Your Arms" tribute to the Beatles
Dec 26, 1964 American Bandstand AB1651 "Every Little Bit Hurts" with Mel Carter
Jan 20, 1965

Shindig S20

"Cross My Heart" and "Early in the Morning" with Rolling Stones, Dave Clark 5, Petula Clark, Kinks, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Donna Loren, Roosevelt Grier, Merlin Olsen, and Walker Brothers
Oct 29, 1965 Where The Action Is WTAI88 "Devil or Angel" with Linda Scott, and Steve Alaimo
Nov 13, 1965 American Bandstand AB1696 "Run to Him" and "High Coin" with Fontella Bass
Nov 25, 1965 Where The Action Is WTAI107 "Take Good Care of My Baby" with Len Barry
Dec 13, 1965 Where The Action Is WTAI119 "Run to Him" with The Miracles
Dec 24, 1965 Where The Action Is WTAI128 "Jingle Bell Rock"
Mar 31, 1966 Where The Action Is WTAI196 "A Girl I Used to Know" with James Brown, and Paul Revere and the Raiders
Aug 1966 Where The Action Is "Look At Me Girl" and "Take Good Care Of My Baby" with The Four Seasons and Steve Alaimo. Bobby's songs were filmed in Minneapolis.
Aug 26, 1967 American Bandstand AB1789 "Come Back When You Grow Up" and "Take Good Care of Her" with Leonard Nimoy
Feb 10, 1968 Happening '68 H6 "Maybe Just Today" with Real Don Steele (LA disc jockey) Paul Revere and Raiders, Phyllis Brides (of Tiger Beat magazine), Sally Field (Flying Nun); Keith Allison; Sajid Khan (Maya)
Mar 16, 1968 American Bandstand AB1818 "Maybe Just Today" & "My Girl/Hey Girl Medley"
Apr 06, 1968 Happening '68 H14 with Marvin Gaye, Lawrence Welk, Sal Mineo, and John Provost
Apr 13, 1968 Happening '68 H15 with Jonathan Harris (actor, from "Lost In Space"), Sal Mineo, and John Provost
Apr 20, 1968 Happening '68 H16 with The Who, Sal Mineo, and John Provost
Apr 27, 1968 Happening '68 H17 with The Box Tops, Sal Mineo, and John Provost
1968 Joey Bishop Show "Don't Sleep In The Subway"
1968 Vikki Carr Show "I Just Can't Help Believin" and a song and dance duet with Vikki titled "The Old Soft Shoe"
Nov 1968 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade "Beautiful People"
Apr 19, 1969 Happening '68 H56 "Santa Cruz" with Freddy Weller (of the Raiders) performing solo
Dec 5, 1970 American Bandstand AB1960 "Rock and Roll Music and You" with The Carpenters
Feb 15,1974 The Midnight Special TMS56 "Take Good Care Of My Baby," "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" & "Devil or Angel" Host: Roy Orbison with The Drifters, Duane Eddy, Lloyd Price, Tommy Roe, Del Shannon, and Jackie Wilson
Sep 24, 1976 The Midnight Special TMS176 "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes," "Come Back When You Grow Up," "My Girl" & "Hey Girl" Host: Lesley Gore with The Drifters, Danny and the Juniors, Lloyd Price, Jimmie Rodgers, Del Shannon, The Shirelles, Johnny Tillotson
1978 Sha Na Na "Take Good Care of My Baby"
Nov 25, 1978 Dick Clark's Good Ol Days Part 2 "Take Good Care of My Baby"
1979 Hollywood Squares "Legends of Rock 'n Roll"; guests were Bobby Vee, Little Anthony, Freddy Cannon, Fabian, Connie Francis, Martha Reeves, Frankie Avalon, Patti Page, and Dick Clark (in the center square!)
1988 Live From The Rock 'n' Roll Palace #9 Host: Wolfman Jack with The Diamonds
1988 Live From The Rock 'n' Roll Palace #16 Host: Wolfman Jack with Ace Cannon
1989 The Crickets: My Love Is Bigger Than a Cadillac A Swedish-produced TV film with Bobby Vee, Paul McCartney and Jerry Allison. Directed by: Svante Grundberg Recorded live at the Hard Rock Cafe in Stockholm, this performance by The Crickets includes: "Not Fade Away," "Peggy Sue," "I Fought The Law," "Holly Would," "Rave On," "More Than I Can Say," "Forever In Mind," "That'll Be The Day" and "Three Piece."
2001 A&E The Hitmakers Showcase of unforgettable tunes of "Teen Pan Alley"
2003 PBS At The Drive-In Concert featuring Fabian, Jan and Dean, The Surfaris, Dodie Stevens, Gunnar & Matt Nelson, The Rip Chords and Chris Montez
2005 PBS Bob Dylan: No Direction Home Martin Scorsese's documentary recounts five years in the life of popular singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. The Minnesota native talks openly and extensively about his early career (1961-66).