Knots Landing

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Knots Landing is an American prime time television soap opera that aired on CBS from December 27, 1979, to May 13, 1993. A spin-off of Dallas, it was set in a fictitious coastal suburb of Los Angeles and initially centered on the lives of four married... read more

Knots Landing is an American prime time television soap opera that aired on CBS from December 27, 1979, to May 13, 1993. A spin-off of Dallas, it was set in a fictitious coastal suburb of Los Angeles and initially centered on the lives of four married couples living in a cul-de-sac, Seaview Circle. By the time of its conclusion, storylines had included rape, murder, kidnapping, assassinations, drug smuggling, corporate intrigue, and criminal investigations; and was the longest-running primetime drama on U.S. television after Gunsmoke and Bonanza.

Original Release

12/27/1979 on CBS

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Found and Lost Thursday, 29 October 1992
2 Lovers and Other Strangers Thursday, 05 November 1992
3 The Children's Hour Thursday, 12 November 1992
4 Rescue Me Thursday, 19 November 1992
5 Love and Death Thursday, 03 December 1992
6 The Price Thursday, 10 December 1992
7 Bye-Bye, Love Thursday, 17 December 1992
8 A Death in the Family Thursday, 07 January 1993
9 Some Like It Hot Thursday, 14 January 1993
10 The Invisible Man Thursday, 21 January 1993
11 The Getaway Thursday, 28 January 1993
12 Call Waiting Thursday, 04 February 1993
13 Farewell, My Lovely Thursday, 11 February 1993
14 The Way Things Were Thursday, 18 February 1993
15 Hints and Evasions Thursday, 25 February 1993
16 My Kingdom for a Horse Thursday, 04 March 1993
17 Day of the Assassin Thursday, 11 March 1993
18 Just Like Old Times: Part 1 Thursday, 13 May 1993
19 Just Like Old Times: Part 2 Thursday, 13 May 1993
20 The Knots Landing Block Party Thursday, 13 May 1993
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Directors

Nicholas Sgarro, Lorraine Senna, Joseph L. Scanlan, Nick Havinga, Jerome Courtland, Robert Becker, Lawrence Kasha, Alexander Singer, Larry Elikann, Kate Tilley, Bill Duke, Kevin Dobson, Michele Lee, Kim Friedman, David Jacobs, Joseph B. Wallenstein, Ernest Pintoff, John Pleshette, Jeff Bleckner, Joe Coppoletta, Harvey S. Laidman, Edward Parone, William Devane, Roy Campanella II, David Paulsen, Henry Levin, Menachem Binetski, Michael Preece, Royer Young, Linda Day, Andre R. Guttfreund, Timna Ranon, James Sheldon, Gabrielle Beaumont, Michael Lange, Reza Badiyi, Beth Brickell, Joan Van Ark, Sheldon Larry, Neal Ahern Jr., Anita W. Addison, David Moessinger, John Patterson, Peter Ellis, Nancy Malone, Charles Siebert, Robert Scheerer, Peter Levin, Paul Tucker, Joseph Manduke, Randa Haines, Arthur Allan Seidelman, Robert Lewis, Craig Denault, James Sheldon, Michael Peters, Victor Lobl

Writers

David Jacobs, Bernard Lechowick, Lynn Marie Latham, James Stanley, Diane Messina Stanley, Diana Gould, Richard Gollance, Rob Gilmer, Parke Perine, James Magnuson, Lawrence Kasha, John Pleshette, Joel J. Feigenbaum, Lou Messina, Donald Marcus, Diana Kopald Marcus, Ann Marcus, Scott Hamner, Lisa Seidman, David Paulsen, Peter Dunne, Sara Ann Friedman, Chuck Bulot, Joyce Keener, Alan Goldfein, M.J. Cody, Joel Okmin, Michael Filerman, Ray Goldstone, William Devane, John Romano, James Houghton, Rachel Cline, Daniel Lipman, Mona Houghton, Rocci Chatfield, John Leasure, Ellis Marcus, Kathleen A. Shelley, Joseph B. Wallenstein, Don Mueller, Tom Citrano, Michael Petryni, Mann Rubin, Neal Bell, Melanie Mintz, Roberto Loiederman, Michael L. Grace, David Jacobs, William Hopkins, Don Murray, L. Virginia Browne, Ron Cowen, Clyde Ware, Joel Steiger, Henry Stern, Calvin Clements Jr., Patricia Green, Stephen Black, Lisa Hartman, Mimi Kennedy, Jeff Freilich, Angelo Pizzo, Oliver Clark, William Hopkins, Claudia Adams, Julie Sayres, Erica Byrne, Claudia Adams, Carol Roper, Daniel Jay Franklin, Elizabeth Pizer, Loren Reichman, Sandra Smith Allyn, Linda Salzman, David Marlow, Suzanne Childs, James Bonnet, Doran William Cannon, Robert Porter, Rogers Turrentine, David Assael, Kevin Alexander, Howard Lakin, Rena Down, Susan Goldberg, Misty Stewart-Taggart, Tim Maschler, John Saffron, E. Jeffrey Smith, Allison Hock, Jeff Cohn, Sally Sussman Morina, Michael Russnow, Loraine Despres

Creators

David Jacobs, David Jacobs

Cast

Producers

Michael Filerman Executive Producer
David Jacobs Executive Producer
Lawrence Kasha Executive Producer
Barbara Corday Executive Producer
John Romano Executive Producer
Merv Adelson Executive Producer
David Jacobs Executive Producer
David Jacobs Producer
Michael Filerman Producer
Mary Catherine Harold Producer
Lawrence Kasha Producer
Joel Okmin Producer
Bernard Lechowick Producer
Lynn Marie Latham Producer
Peter Dunne Producer
Joseph B. Wallenstein Producer
David Paulsen Producer
Ann Marcus Producer
Joseph Hardy Producer
Barbara Corday Producer
John Romano Producer
Merv Adelson Producer
Richard Winnie Producer

Editors

Morton Tubor, Robert Phillips, Thomas Petersen, Harry Kaye, Tim Shoemaker, Howard Terrill, Gary Bayer, Richard Van Enger Jr.

1987 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
1987 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) Won
1983 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) Nominated
1982 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
1982 Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
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