Who's the Boss?

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Who's the Boss? is an American sitcom created by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter, which aired on ABC from September 20, 1984, to April 25, 1992. Produced by Hunter-Cohan Productions in association with Embassy Television and Columbia Pictures Television,... read more

Who's the Boss? is an American sitcom created by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter, which aired on ABC from September 20, 1984, to April 25, 1992. Produced by Hunter-Cohan Productions in association with Embassy Television and Columbia Pictures Television, the series starred Tony Danza as an Italian-American retired major league baseball player who relocates to Fairfield, Connecticut to work as a live-in housekeeper for a divorced advertising executive, played by Judith Light. Also featured were Alyssa Milano, Danny Pintauro and Katherine Helmond.

Original Release

09/20/1984 on ABC

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Cast

Katherine Helmond Mona Robinson
Alyssa Milano Samantha Micelli
Danny Pintauro Jonathan Bower
Judith Light Angela Bower
Tony Danza Tony Micelli
Shana Lane-Block Bonnie
Jonathan Halyalkar William 'Billy' Napoli
Rhoda Gemignani Mrs. Rossini
Ralph P. Martin Ernie
Curnal Achilles Aulisio Hank Thomopolous
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Seer of Love Saturday, 28 September 1991
2 An Affair to Forget Saturday, 05 October 1991
3 Misery Saturday, 12 October 1991
4 Selling Sam Short Saturday, 19 October 1991
5 Tony Bags a Big One Saturday, 26 October 1991
6 A Well-Kept Housekeeper Saturday, 02 November 1991
7 Death and Love: Part 1 Saturday, 09 November 1991
8 Death and Love: Part 2 Saturday, 16 November 1991
9 Grandmommie Dearest Saturday, 23 November 1991
10 Field of Screams Saturday, 30 November 1991
11 This Sold House Saturday, 07 December 1991
12 Tony, Can You Spare a Dime? Saturday, 04 January 1992
13 Mrs. Al Saturday, 11 January 1992
14 Who's the Boss? Saturday, 25 January 1992
15 Tony Micelli, This Is Your Life Saturday, 01 February 1992
16 Allergic to Love Saturday, 08 February 1992
17 Better Off Wed: Part 1 Saturday, 15 February 1992
18 Better Off Wed: Part 2 Saturday, 22 February 1992
19 Tony and the Honeymooners Saturday, 29 February 1992
20 Split Decision Saturday, 21 March 1992
21 Mr. Micelli Builds His Dream House Saturday, 28 March 1992
22 Savor the Veal: Part 1 Saturday, 18 April 1992
23 Savor the Veal: Part 2 Saturday, 25 April 1992
24 Savor the Veal: Part 3 Saturday, 25 April 1992
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Directors

Asaad Kelada, Tony Singletary, Gail Liberti-Kennedy, Jim Drake, Tony Danza, Linda Day, Michael Zinberg, Sam Weisman, John Bowab, James Eric Hornbeck, John Sgueglia, Phil Squyres, Garry A. Brown, Frank Bonner, Bill Persky, George Tibbles, John Tracy, Harvey Medlinsky, Richard Sakai, Katherine Helmond

Writers

Blake Hunter, Martin Cohan, Karen Wengrod, Ken Cinnamon, Howard Meyers, Robert Sternin, Prudence Fraser, Clay Graham, Gene Braunstein, Danny Kallis, Cherie Steinkellner, Bill Steinkellner, Linda Teverbaugh, Michael Teverbaugh, Ellen Guylas, Linda Va Salle, Bob Rosenfarb, Daniel Palladino, Phil Doran, John Donley, Alan Mandel, Michele J. Wolff, Bob Perlow, Bud Wiser, Dawn Aldredge, Joe Fisch, Eric Gilliland, Carrie Honigblum, Michele Buehler Glazer, Renee Phillips, David Lesser, Judith Bustany, Paul Robinson Hunter, Richard Albrecht, Casey Keller, Mindy Glazer, Mark Fink, Lee Aronsohn, Marc Sheffler, Michael Poryes, Adam I. Lapidus, Seth Weisbord, Ross Brown, Bud Wiser, Claylene Jones, Barry Vigon, Deborah Leschin, Diana Ayers, Susan Sebastian, Mindy Schneider, Toni Perling, Sheldon Krasner, David Saling, Neil Lebowitz, Susan Meyers, Matt Geller, Brian Brock, Robin Pennington, Glenn Padnick, Maurizio Bizzarri, Stephen Curwick, Shelley Karol, Marion C. Freeman, Howard Jay Smith, Don Segall, Mike Weinberger, Robert Walden, George Tibbles, Robert Bruce, Jan Worthington, David N. Titcher, Lissa Levin, Norm Gunzenhauser, Tom Seeley, Jake Weinberger, Jeffrey Duteil, Lawrence H. Levy, Eve Brandstein, Peter Marc Jacobson, Alan L. Gansberg, Michael Swerdlick, Phil Margo, Paul Chitlik, Monica Parker, Mona Marshall, Martin Weiß, Michael Maurer, Richard Baer, Paul Haggis

Creators

Blake Hunter, Martin Cohan

Cast

Katherine Helmond Mona Robinson
Alyssa Milano Samantha Micelli
Danny Pintauro Jonathan Bower
Judith Light Angela Bower
Tony Danza Tony Micelli
Shana Lane-Block Bonnie
Jonathan Halyalkar William 'Billy' Napoli
Rhoda Gemignani Mrs. Rossini
Ralph P. Martin Ernie
Curnal Achilles Aulisio Hank Thomopolous
Billy Gallo Al
Angela Lee Sloan Julia
Nicole Eggert Marci Ferguson
Robin Thomas Geoffrey Wells
Scott Bloom Jesse Nash
Vic Polizos Joe Thomopolous
Candice Azzara Fran Thomopolous
Kate Vernon Kathleen Sawyer
Doug Ballard Andy
John Del Regno Philly Fingers

Producers

Blake Hunter Executive Producer
Martin Cohan Executive Producer
Danny Kallis Executive Producer
Phil Doran Executive Producer
Karen Wengrod Executive Producer
Ken Cinnamon Executive Producer
Eve Brandstein Executive Producer
Paul Haggis Executive Producer
Blake Hunter Producer
Martin Cohan Producer
John Maxwell Anderson Producer
Danny Kallis Producer
Ken Cinnamon Producer
Karen Wengrod Producer
Michael Greenspon Producer
Asaad Kelada Producer
Bob Rosenfarb Producer
Prudence Fraser Producer
Robert Sternin Producer
Gene Braunstein Producer
Clay Graham Producer
Phil Doran Producer
Lee Aronsohn Producer
Bud Wiser Producer
Howard Meyers Producer
Joe Fisch Producer
Ellen Guylas Producer
Tracey Ormandy Producer
Bud Wiser Producer
Daniel Palladino Producer
Roxie Wenk Evans Producer
Eve Brandstein Producer
Paul Haggis Producer

Editors

Marco Zappia, Michael Sachs, Jefferey Bass, Alex Gimenez, Roger Ames Berger, Larry Harris, Leland Gray

1991 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Nominated
1990 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Nominated
1989 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1989 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Won
1989 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Won
1989 Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
1989 Emmy Outstanding Technical Direction/Camera/Video for a Series Nominated
1988 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Nominated
1988 Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
1987 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1987 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Series Nominated
1986 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1986 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Nominated
1986 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Series Nominated
1986 Emmy Outstanding Technical Direction/Electronic Camerawork/Video Control for a Series Nominated
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