Valerie

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The Hogan Family is an American television sitcom that began airing on NBC on March 1, 1986 and finished its run on CBS on July 20, 1991, for a total of six seasons. It was produced in association with Lorimar Productions (1986), Lorimar-Telepictures... read more

The Hogan Family is an American television sitcom that began airing on NBC on March 1, 1986 and finished its run on CBS on July 20, 1991, for a total of six seasons. It was produced in association with Lorimar Productions (1986), Lorimar-Telepictures (1986–1988), and Lorimar Television (1988–1991). Originally starring Valerie Harper in the titular role as a mother trying to juggle her career with raising three sons with an absent airline pilot husband, Harper's character was killed off the series after its second season, when Harper was fired from the series following contractual disputes. The series was initially renamed Valerie's Family before Sandy Duncan joined the cast as Valerie's sister-in-law and the boys' aunt, and the series was ultimately renamed The Hogan Family.

Original Release

03/01/1986 on NBC

US Release

03/01/1986

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 California Dreamin': Part 1 Saturday, 15 September 1990
2 California Dreamin': Part 2 Saturday, 22 September 1990
3 The Baby Stops Here Saturday, 29 September 1990
4 The Play's the Thing Saturday, 13 October 1990
5 From Russia with Fries Saturday, 27 October 1990
6 Ex Marks the Spot Saturday, 03 November 1990
7 Come Fly with Me Saturday, 10 November 1990
8 It Happened One Night... Or Did It? Saturday, 17 November 1990
9 The Best of Friends, Worst of Times Saturday, 01 December 1990
10 A Sneaking Suspicion Wednesday, 10 July 1991
11 A Family Affair Wednesday, 17 July 1991
12 Isn't It Romantic? Saturday, 20 July 1991
13 Ho, Ho, Hogans Saturday, 20 July 1991
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Directors

Howard Storm, Richard Correll, Peter Baldwin, Asaad Kelada, Gerren Keith, Stewart Lyons, Kent Bateman, Jack Shea, Jason Bateman, Judy Pioli, Lee Shallat Chemel, Steve Zuckerman, Ellen Gittelsohn, James O'Keefe, Jeff Chambers, James Burrows, Tony Mordente, Jim Drake, Harriette Regan, Art Dielhenn

Writers

Doug Keyes, Chip Keyes, Judy Pioli, Bob Keyes, Shari Hearn, Barry Gold, Bob Colleary, Don Rhymer, Kevin White, Miklos F. Horvath, Ken Kuta, Michael Loman, Jay Abramowitz, Zachary D. Wechsler, Chuck Tately, Laura Schrock, Richard Albrecht, Casey Keller, Larry Spencer, Linda Marsh, Jace Richdale, Margie Peters, Daryl Busby, Eric Cohen, Tom Cline, David Castro, Charlie Hauck, Frank Carrasquillo, Steven Pritzker, Tom Hodges, Russ Woody, Mel Kohl, Howard Ostroff, Mel Sherer, James Kearns, Steve Granat, Ann Marcus, Harriett Weiss, Allen Estrin, Mark Estrin, Alicia Marie Schudt, Jeffrey Davis, Rick Mitz, Daphne Pollon, Irene Mecchi, Patt Shea

Creators

Charlie Hauck

Cast

Producers

Robert L. Boyett Executive Producer
Thomas L. Miller Executive Producer
Tony Cacciotti Executive Producer
Irma Kalish Executive Producer
Larry Spencer Executive Producer
Charlie Hauck Executive Producer
Richard Correll Producer
Doug Keyes Producer
Chip Keyes Producer
Judy Pioli Producer
Karen Kirchner Producer
Bob Keyes Producer
Deborah Oppenheimer Producer
Harriette Regan Producer
Laura Schrock Producer
Ronny Hallin Producer
Larry Spencer Producer
Shari Hearn Producer
Michael Loman Producer
Linda Marsh Producer
Margie Peters Producer
Steven Pritzker Producer
Liz Sage Producer
Tony Cacciotti Producer
Faye Oshima Belyeu Producer

Editors

Steve Shultz, Edward Brennan, Robert Bramwell, Kelly Sandefur, Pam Marshall, Andy Ackerman

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