Club Seven is an early United States television series, which aired from 1948 to 1951 on ABC. Some episodes were 30-minutes, while others were 15-minutes.
The series was a live variety show set in a mock night club. The concept was also used by several other early television series. The Morey Amsterdam Show (1948-1949 on CBS, 1949-1950 on DuMont) was also a variety series set at a night club, as was The Ilona Massey Show (1954-1955, DuMont). Additionally, Hold That Camera (1950, DuMont), Café de Paris (1949, DuMont) and the British series Café Continental (1947–1953, BBC) were variety series set in restaurants. Early Australian variety series Cafe Continental (1958-1961, ABC) was also been set in a restaurant, along with The Late Show (HSV-7, 1957-1959), and unrelated series Club Seven (1959-1961, HSV-7). Early Canadian series Nightcap also used the cabaret concept.