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WKRP in Cincinnati (1978-82)

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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Ven 13 Sep - 21:29

Here the opening credits of the pilot episode of WKRP in Cincinnati (1978-82)


Season 4 intro
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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Mer 25 Sep - 18:43

Here the best bits of one of the characters of WKRP, Johnny Fever .



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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Mer 9 Oct - 23:16

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WKRP_in_Cincinnati


WKRP in Cincinnati is an American sitcom  that features the misadventures of the staff of a struggling fictional radio station  in CincinnatiOhio . The show was created by Hugh Wilson  and was based upon his experiences working in advertising sales at Top 40  radio station WQXI  in Atlanta. Many of the characters and even some of the stories (including season 1 episode 7, "Turkeys Away") are based on people and events at WQXI.[1]
The ensemble cast  consists of Gary Sandy  (as Andy Travis), Howard Hesseman  (Dr. Johnny Fever), Gordon Jump  (Arthur Carlson), Loni Anderson  (Jennifer Marlowe), Tim Reid  (Venus Flytrap), Jan Smithers  (Bailey Quarters), Richard Sanders  (Les Nessman) and Frank Bonner  (Herb Tarlek).[2]
The series won a Humanitas Prize  and received 10 Emmy Award  nominations, including three for Outstanding Comedy Series. Andy Ackerman  won an Emmy Award for Videotape Editing in season 3.
WKRP premiered September 18, 1978, on the CBS  television network, and aired for four seasons and 90 episodes through April 21, 1982. Starting in the middle of the second season, CBS repeatedly moved the show around its schedule, contributing to lower ratings and its eventual cancellation.
When WKRP went into syndication , it became an unexpected success.[3]  For the next decade, it was one of the most popular sitcoms in syndication, outperforming many programs that had been more successful in prime time , including all the other MTM Enterprises  sitcoms.
Jump, Sanders and Bonner reprised their roles, appearing as regular characters in a spin-off/sequel series, The New WKRP in Cincinnati , which ran from 1991 to 1993 in syndication. Hesseman, Reid and Anderson also reprised their roles on this show as guest stars.
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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Dim 1 Déc - 11:46

Greatest hists of Dr. Johnny Fever.
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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Sam 13 Juin - 9:07

Mr. Carlson swears turkeys can fly... tell that to the Pine Dell Shopping Mall!

One of my all time favs...

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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Dim 18 Oct - 10:39

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_WKRP_in_Cincinnati


The New WKRP in Cincinnati is an American sitcom  television series that aired in first-run syndication  from September 14, 1991, to May 1, 1993, as a sequel  to the original CBS  sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati  (1978–82). As with the original WKRPMTM Enterprises  produced the show.
Gordon Jump  (Arthur Carlson ), Frank Bonner  (Herb Tarlek ), and Richard Sanders  (Les Nessman ) reprised their roles from the original show, while Howard Hesseman  reprised the role of Dr. Johnny Fever  on a recurring basis (four episodes in the first season, then five in season two). Other original cast members came in for guest spots, with Loni Anderson  (Jennifer Marlowe ) returning for two episodes and Tim Reid  (D.J. Gordon Sims/Venus Flytrap ) for one episode. Other recurring players from the original series who appeared as guests on this sequel show included Carol Bruce  (Lillian "Mama" Carlson), Edie McClurg  (Lucille Tarlek), Allyn Ann McLerie  (Carmen Carlson) and Bill Dial  (Bucky Dornster).
The week before the show's premiere, many stations carrying the program aired the hour-long WKRP in Cincinnati 50th Anniversary Special, centered on a newspaper reporter interviewing Arthur Carlson about the fictitious station's golden anniversary, which served as a setup to show clips of memorable moments from the original series.


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