Room 222

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Room 222 is an American comedy-drama television series produced by 20th Century Fox Television that aired on ABC for 112 episodes from September 17, 1969, until January 11, 1974. The show was broadcast on Wednesday evenings at 8:30 (EST) for its first... read more

Room 222 is an American comedy-drama television series produced by 20th Century Fox Television that aired on ABC for 112 episodes from September 17, 1969, until January 11, 1974. The show was broadcast on Wednesday evenings at 8:30 (EST) for its first two seasons before settling into its best-remembered time slot of Friday evenings at 9:00, following The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family, and preceding The Odd Couple and Love, American Style.

Original Release

09/17/1969 on ABC

US Release

09/17/1969

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 I've Got the Hammer, If You've Got the Thumb Friday, 14 September 1973
2 Of Smoke Filled Rooms Friday, 21 September 1973
3 Can Nun Be One Too Many? Friday, 28 September 1973
4 No Island is an Island Friday, 05 October 1973
5 Twenty-Five Words or Less Friday, 26 October 1973
6 Pete's Protege Friday, 02 November 1973
7 Love Is a Many Splintered Thing Friday, 09 November 1973
8 Pi in the Sky Friday, 16 November 1973
9 Mismatch Maker Friday, 30 November 1973
10 Here's to the Boy Mostly Likely Friday, 07 December 1973
11 El Greco to Jason Friday, 21 December 1973
12 MPG Friday, 28 December 1973
13 I Didn't Raise My Girl to Be a Soldier Friday, 04 January 1974
14 Cry Uncle Friday, 11 January 1974
15 Jason and Big Mo
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Directors

Charles R. Rondeau, William Wiard, Gene Reynolds, Terry Becker, James Sheldon, Richard Kinon, Herman Hoffman, Allen Baron, Lee Philips, Seymour Robbie, Ivan Dixon, Sid McCoy, Leslie H. Martinson, Richard Michaels, Leo Penn, Charles S. Dubin, John Erman, Bill Bixby, Malcolm Black, Hal Cooper, Oscar Rudolph, Bob Sweeney, Alan Rafkin, Norman Abbott, Michael Gordon, Gary Nelson, Hy Averback, Gerald Mayer, Harry Falk

Writers

James L. Brooks, Martin Donovan, Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd, Bud Freeman, John D.F. Black, Richard M. Bluel, Ronald Rubin, Joanna Lee, Allan Burns, Greg Strangis, Jerry Rannow, Steven Pritzker, Stephen Kandel, Albert Ruben, Richard De Roy, Douglas Day Stewart, George Kirgo, John McGreevey, William Wood, Treva Silverman, Gene Reynolds, Dale McRaven, Bernie Kahn, Anthony Lawrence, Gene Thompson, Don Balluck, Peggy Elliott, Jeanne A. Taylor, Ivy Ruckman, Nicholas E. Baehr, Tony Palmiero, Elyse A. Mayberry, Jerry Mayer, Sherli Evans Goldman, Charles Cooper, Isobel Marchand, Phyllis White, Roland Wolpert, Susan Silver, Lloyd Haynes, Danny Opatoshu, Michael Zagor, Bill Manhoff, Ed Scharlach, Alfred Lewis Levitt, Joyce Perry, Erwin Goldman, Warren S. Murray, E. Arthur Kean, Lewis Paine, John McPherson, Robert Sabaroff, Milt Rosen, Doug Tibbles, Robert White, George Atkins, Lois Peyser, Arnold Peyser, Bob Rodgers, Helen Levitt, William Bickley, Arnold Somkin, Jerry Mayer

Creators

James L. Brooks

Cast

Producers

Editors

J. Frank O'Neill, Clay Bartels, George Jay Nicholson, Robert B. Williams, Frank P. Keller

1972Golden GlobeBest TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1971Golden GlobeBest TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1971Golden GlobeBest Supporting Actress - Television Nominated
1971Golden GlobeBest Supporting Actor - Television Nominated
1971EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy Nominated
1971EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy Nominated
1970Golden GlobeBest TV Show - Drama Nominated
1970Golden GlobeBest TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1970Golden GlobeBest TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1970EmmyOutstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1970EmmyOutstanding New Series Won
1970EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1970EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy Won
1970EmmyOutstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy Won
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