Nine to Five

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1982
9 to 5 is an American sitcom based on the 1980 film of the same name that aired on ABC from March 25, 1982, to October 27, 1983, and in first-run syndication from September 13, 1986 to March 26, 1988.

9 to 5 is an American sitcom based on the 1980 film of the same name that aired on ABC from March 25, 1982, to October 27, 1983, and in first-run syndication from September 13, 1986 to March 26, 1988.

Original Release

03/25/1982 on ABC

Cast

Rachel Dennison Doralee Rhodes Brooks
Valerie Curtin Judy Bernly
Sally Struthers Marsha McMurray Shrimpton
Edward Winter William 'Bud' Coleman
Rita Moreno Violet Newstead
Peter Bonerz Franklin Hart
Jean Marsh Roz Keith
Peter Evans Russ Merman
Fred Applegate E. Nelson Felb
Art Evans Morgan
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Meet Mr. Felb Saturday, 12 September 1987
2 Barkley's Beauties Saturday, 19 September 1987
3 We're Gonna Be Rich Saturday, 26 September 1987
4 Love Is Having to Say You're Sorry Saturday, 03 October 1987
5 Doralee Buys the Farm Saturday, 10 October 1987
6 Starting Over Saturday, 17 October 1987
7 Mother Bernly Saturday, 24 October 1987
8 One of the Girls Saturday, 31 October 1987
9 Morgan by Moonlight Saturday, 07 November 1987
10 The Poker Game Saturday, 14 November 1987
11 Marsha's Short Story Saturday, 21 November 1987
12 It Happened One Night Saturday, 05 December 1987
13 My Fair Marsha Saturday, 12 December 1987
14 Barkley Strikes Out Saturday, 19 December 1987
15 James in Love Saturday, 09 January 1988
16 The Witches of Barkley Saturday, 16 January 1988
17 Felb Slept Here Saturday, 23 January 1988
18 The Big Sleep Saturday, 30 January 1988
19 The Custody Fight Saturday, 06 February 1988
20 Strictly Personal Saturday, 13 February 1988
21 Play Fatal Attraction for Me Saturday, 20 February 1988
22 Marsha's Lie Saturday, 27 February 1988
23 Felb's Big Secret Saturday, 05 March 1988
24 Marsha Grows Up Saturday, 12 March 1988
25 Rockabye Bernly Saturday, 19 March 1988
26 Goodbye, Pops Saturday, 26 March 1988
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Directors

Gary Shimokawa, Doug Rogers, Burt Brinckerhoff, Phil Ramuno, Michael Zinberg, Peter Baldwin, Tom Trbovich, Michael Lessac, John Robins, Philip Cusack, Noam Pitlik, Michael Klein, Don Sullivan, Peter Bonerz, Hy Averback, Herbert Kenwith, Nell Cox, Jan Siegelman

Writers

Steve Kreinberg, Mike Kagan, Andrew Guerdat, Jeffrey Ferro, Fredric Weiss, Ron Bloomberg, Barbara Hobart, Wendy Kout, Leslie Eberhard, Stephen Sustarsic, Jack Carrerow, David Silverman, Jeanne Romano, Jeanne Baruch, Jeffrey J. Sachs, Gary H. Miller, Susan Seeger, Scott Rubenstein, Linda Chandler, Jocelyn Weisdorf, Martin Sage, Sybil Adelman, Lisa A. Bannick, George Arthur Bloom, Larry Balmagia, Kim Weiskopf, Mike Reiss, Al Jean, Marty Farrell, Leonard Mlodinow, Steven Sullivan, Dave Hackel, Dale McRaven, Debra Frank, Ron Friedman, Maxine Herman, Fredi Towbin, Norman Chandler Fox, Diane Wilk, Paul K. Taylor, Michele Willens, Ava Nelson, Deborah K. Scott, Lissa Kapstrom, Michael S. Baser, Stan Cutler, Joelyn Grippo, Garry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Diana Ayers, Susan Sebastian, Ursula Ziegler-Sullivan

Cast

Rachel Dennison Doralee Rhodes Brooks
Valerie Curtin Judy Bernly
Sally Struthers Marsha McMurray Shrimpton
Edward Winter William 'Bud' Coleman
Rita Moreno Violet Newstead
Peter Bonerz Franklin Hart
Jean Marsh Roz Keith
Peter Evans Russ Merman
Fred Applegate E. Nelson Felb
Art Evans Morgan
Dorian Lopinto Sharman Cunningham
Herb Edelman Harry Nussbaum
Leah Ayres Linda Bowman
George DelHoyo Michael Henderson
Ann Weldon Clair
Jeffrey Tambor Franklin Hart
Nicolas Coster Bill Spangler
Suzanne Stone Roberta
Jeremy Sunderland Jerry
Gail Strickland
1983 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1983 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
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