Eight Is Enough

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Eight Is Enough is an American television comedy-drama series that ran on ABC from March 15, 1977 until May 23, 1981. The show was modeled on the life of syndicated newspaper columnist Thomas Braden, a real-life parent with eight children, who wrote a book by the same title.
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Eight Is Enough is an American television comedy-drama series that ran on ABC from March 15, 1977 until May 23, 1981. The show was modeled on the life of syndicated newspaper columnist Thomas Braden, a real-life parent with eight children, who wrote a book by the same title.

Original Release

03/15/1977 on ABC

US Release

03/15/1977

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# Title Air Date
1 And Baby Makes Nine: Part 1 Wednesday, 29 October 1980
2 And Baby Makes Nine: Part 2 Wednesday, 29 October 1980
3 Jeremy Wednesday, 05 November 1980
4 Welcome to Memorial Dr. Bradford Wednesday, 12 November 1980
5 Generations Wednesday, 19 November 1980
6 Holly Wednesday, 26 November 1980
7 The Maltese Airline Bag Wednesday, 10 December 1980
8 Strike Wednesday, 17 December 1980
9 Bradfordgate Wednesday, 07 January 1981
10 The Darlene Dilemma Wednesday, 14 January 1981
11 Second Thoughts Wednesday, 21 January 1981
12 David's Rib Wednesday, 28 January 1981
13 Vows Wednesday, 18 February 1981
14 The Way We Were Wednesday, 04 March 1981
15 If the Glass Slipper Fits Wednesday, 11 March 1981
16 The Best Little Telethon in Sacramento Saturday, 28 March 1981
17 Yet Another Seven Days in February Saturday, 04 April 1981
18 The Idolbreaker: Part 1 Saturday, 11 April 1981
19 The Idolbreaker: Part 2 Saturday, 18 April 1981
20 Starting Over Saturday, 09 May 1981
21 Goals Saturday, 16 May 1981
22 Father Knows Best? Saturday, 23 May 1981
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Directors

Harry Harris, Irving J. Moore, Jack Bender, Vincent McEveety, Stan Lathan, Philip Leacock, Arnold Laven, Harvey S. Laidman, Leslie H. Martinson, David Moessinger, Earl Bellamy, Rowe Wallerstein, Bernard McEveety, Alf Kjellin, Ray Marsh, David Swift, William Wiard, Robert L. Friend, Marc Daniels, Ralph Senensky, John Patterson, Carl Kugel, Reza Badiyi, Gary Adelson, E.W. Swackhamer, Barry Crane, William F. Claxton, Seth Pinsker, Gerald Mayer

Writers

Thomas Braden, William Blinn, Bruce Shelly, Gil Grant, David Braff, Nick Thiel, Greg Strangis, Peter Lefcourt, Gary Adelson, Hindi Brooks, Steven Hensley, J. Miyoko Hensley, Patricia Green, Sandra Kay Siegel, Karen Hall, Dusty Kay, Chris Manheim, Parke Perine, Gwen Bagni, Larry Arnstein, Paul Dubov, Robert McCullough, Bill Nuss, David Hurwitz, Stephanie Garman, Hollace White, Channing Gibson, Rod Peterson, Bob Shayne, Claire Whitaker, Mike Weinberger, Kathy Donnell, Jeff Wilhelm, Jack Paritz, Juliet Law Packer, Katharyn Powers, Leonard Stadd, Robert I. Holt, Margaret Schneider, John Wirth, Madeline Di Maggio, Earle Doud, Philip John Taylor, Linda Elstad, Joyce Perry, Gerry Kroll, Kenneth Alan Berg, Jacqueline Simmel-McKane, Barbara Elaine Smith, John Agnew, Joel Tappis, Toni Van Horne, Michael Marks, Lee Sheldon, Bill Daley, Paul Schneider, Matt Robinson, Gail Honigberg, Jon Kubichan, James Schmerer, Anne Anderson, Michael Raschella, Carole Raschella, Daryl Busby, C. Robert Brooks, Paul M. Belous, Mitzi McCall, Bruce Kalish, Ernie Wallengren, Marion Hargrove, Robert Wolterstorff, Shirl Hendryx, Norman Lessing, Martin Roth, Max Hodge

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