Ann Jillian was a short-lived television show on NBC. The show starred Ann Jillian as Ann McNeil, a widow who moves from New York to California with her teenage daughter.
The hugely successful British television series Father Dear Father is transplanted to Australia when novelist Patrick Glover and his assistant Nanny trek down under to write the great Australian crime novel, and end up supervising Patricks boisterous young nieces while their own father is abroad.
Diana is an American sitcom that aired on NBC during the 1973-1974 television season that was created by Leonard Stern, which ran from September 10, 1973 to January 7, 1974. The series was filmed in front of a live studio audience at CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles.
Take Five is an American sitcom that aired from April 1 until April 8, 1987.
Foley Square is a 1985-1986 United States comedic television series starring Margaret Colin which centers around an assistant district attorney in New York City. It was Colin's first starring role. Original episodes aired from December 11, 1985, to April 8, 1986.
Frannie Escobar, a middle-aged working class woman of Cuban-American extraction who decides she's sick and tired of being a second-class citizen at home and at work.
Champs is an American sitcom that aired from January 9 until August 7, 1996.
Park Place is a short-lived legal sitcom that first aired on CBS on April 9, 1981 and was cancelled on April 30, 1981 after four episodes. The series centers on young lawyers working for a legal aid clinic in Manhattan.
The Four Seasons is a sitcom, created and produced by Alan Alda and based on his feature film of the same name, that aired on CBS in 1984. The series centers on the friendship among three middle-aged couples.
Three Kiwi-Asian girls live together in Auckland in this NZ take on Sex and the City.
In the headquarters of a major American automotive company in Detroit, a floundering group of executives at Payne Motors must adapt to the changing times or be sent to the junkyard.
Follow new surgical registrar Dr Caroline Todd through her first day at work and beyond, starting out as she means to go on - dishevelled and under-deodorised! Along the way she meets an assortment of bizarre and demented characters. Be prepared for one of the most surreal journeys you're ever likely to take as you dive into the anarchic world of Green Wing Hospital!
Second thoughts is a British sitcom that ran from 3 May 1991 to 14 October 1994. It was broadcast on ITV and made by LWT. It was followed by a sequel, Faith in the future. Second thoughts followed the lives of two middle-aged divorcees, Bill MacGregor and Faith Greyshott, from very different backgrounds trying to develop a relationship, despite the pressures pulling it apart.
Second thoughts was based upon the real-life relationship of the writers, husband and wife Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. It originally aired as a radio series on BBC Radio 4 broadcast between 1 November 1988 and 23 July 1992. The radio series consisted of four series and a Christmas special broadcast in 1992 with a total of 31 episodes. The radio scripts were used for the television series on ITV. The fifth series was considered weaker than the first four series; it was the only series not to be based on the original radio scripts.
Second thoughts ended on 14 October 1994, but has since been repeated on ITV3. The original radio series is often replayed on BBC7.
Let Them Eat Cake is a British sitcom starring Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders set in France, 1782, just seven years before the French Revolution. It is one of the few programmes in which French and Saunders have appeared which they did not create themselves.
The charming and still-single Joey, who has struck out on his own and moved to Hollywood, hoping to truly make it as an actor. After reuniting with his high-strung sister Gina, Joey moves in with Michael, his 20-year-old genius nephew, who unbelievably is literally a rocket scientist. However, what Joey lacks in book smarts he makes up for with people smarts – making him the best new friend his nephew could ask for.
Sitcom about a small-time dope dealer and his strange collection of acquaintances.