Long-running sitcom about Danny Williams, a nightclub entertainer with a wife and two kids. The series made several changes during its 11-year run, including its title (it started as "Make Room for Daddy" and was retitled "The Danny Thomas Show" in 1956). At the end of the third season, Jean Hagen, Danny's onscreen wife, quit, so Williams became a widower. He was single for a year before marrying nurse Kathy O'Hara. Thomas reprised his role in 1970 on the short-lived "Make Room for Granddaddy."
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1961 - Emmy - Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy- nominated
1961 - Emmy - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy- winner
1960 - Emmy - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy- nominated
1960 - Emmy - Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Humor- nominated
Two families of five try to guess what the 'survey said' in polls conducted with 100 people in this durable game show. Ray Combs took over as the host of this version from 1988-94, and original emcee Richard Dawson returned for one season in 1994.
Samantha and Jay throw caution to the wind when they convert their recently inherited country estate into a bed-and-breakfast. Call it mislaid plans. Not only is the place falling apart, but it's also inhabited by spirits of previous residents -- whom only Samantha can see and hear.
Good Advice is an American situation comedy series that aired for two seasons on CBS from 1993 to 1994. It was co-created and executive produced by Danny Jacobson and Norma Safford Vela; and starred Shelley Long and Treat Williams. The Show was a hit, but it was cancelled because Long had suffered health problems that made her unable to film any new episodes for a long period of time.
Kate & Allie is an American television situation comedy which ran from March 19, 1984, to May 22, 1989. Kate & Allie first aired on CBS as a midseason replacement series and only six episodes were initially commissioned, but the favorable response from critics and viewers alike easily convinced CBS to commit to a full season in the fall of 1984. The series was created by Sherry Coben.