Well, Sunday night was the big night we all watched TV. If I remember correctly, it was Lassie, Ed Sullivan, G.E. Theatre on the Columbia Broadcast network (CBS). Over on the National (NBC) it was the Dinah Shore Chevy Showcase and The Loretta Young Show. On the American (ABC) it was Western night with Colt 45, Maverick, The Lawman, and maybe Rawhide.
Then, early in the week we would sometimes watch Father Knows Best, The Danny Thomas Show, Ann Sothern Show on Monday nights. Dobbie Gillis, Red Skeleton and Garry Moore on Tuesday nights. I think Wagon Train and Ozzie & Harriet were mid-week. At the end of the week was the Donna Reed Show, Bachlor Father, Pat Boone, The Real McCoys, Walt Disney, and 77 Sunset Strip.
I think there were some game shows like To Tell the Truth, You Bet Your Life, This is Your Life, and The Price is Right that came on during the evenings too that we watched.
I'm forgetting the nights of other shows like Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Untouchables, Wyatt Earp, The Jack Benny Show, and Fibber McGee & Molly.