Cheers

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Sam, a former pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, owns and runs Cheers, a cozy bar in Boston. Somewhat snobby, beautiful and intelligent Diane -- forced to become a waitress when her fiance jilts her -- constantly bickers with Sam. Eventually, they fall in love. Several wacky characters make the bar their home-away-from-home, including sarcastic waitress Carla, beer-loving Norm and Boston letter carrier Cliff.

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  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 77623
  • Status Ended
  • First Aired September 30, 1982
  • Recent May 11, 2013
  • Network NBC
  • Average Runtime 25 minutes
  • Genres Comedy Drama
  • Original Country United States of America
  • Original Language English
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  • Episode Screenshot Format 4:3 Screencap
  • Favorited This series has been favorited by 1311 people.
  • Created February 4, 2008 by
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  • Modified May 3, 2024 by
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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials January 1983 May 2013 5
Season 1 September 1982 March 1983 22
Season 2 September 1983 May 1984 22
Season 3 September 1984 May 1985 25
Season 4 September 1985 May 1986 26
Season 5 September 1986 May 1987 26
Season 6 September 1987 May 1988 25
Season 7 October 1988 May 1989 22
Season 8 September 1989 May 1990 26
Season 9 September 1990 May 1991 25
Season 10 September 1991 May 1992 26
Season 11 September 1992 May 1993 28
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 September 1982 March 1983 22
Season 2 September 1983 May 1984 22
Season 3 September 1984 May 1985 25
Season 4 September 1985 May 1986 26
Season 5 September 1986 May 1987 26
Season 6 September 1987 May 1988 25
Season 7 October 1988 May 1989 22
Season 8 September 1989 May 1990 26
Season 9 September 1990 May 1991 26
Season 10 September 1991 May 1992 26
Season 11 September 1992 May 1993 28
Unassigned Episodes 4
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 September 1982 January 1991 6
Unassigned Episodes 272
Name Number of Episodes Dates
James Burrows 243 09/30/1982 - 05/20/1993
Bill Steinkellner 24 11/07/1985 - 01/30/1992
Andy Ackerman 17 03/10/1988 - 04/25/1991
John Ratzenberger 6 01/14/1988 - 01/14/1993
Thomas Lofaro 4 02/06/1986 - 02/04/1988
George Wendt 4 02/25/1988
Tim Berry 3 04/02/1987 - 03/03/1988
Rick Beren 3 02/16/1989 - 12/03/1992
Ellen Brown 1 05/20/1993
Michael Zinberg 1 01/21/1988
Keith Boynton 1 05/11/2013
Tom Moore 1 10/10/1991
Name Number of Episodes Dates
David Isaacs 37 11/04/1982 - 03/18/1993
Ken Levine 37 11/04/1982 - 03/18/1993
David Lloyd 26 12/16/1982 - 05/06/1993
Cheri Steinkellner 24 11/07/1985 - 01/30/1992
Phoef Sutton 21 12/12/1985 - 12/12/1991
David Angell 18 02/24/1983 - 05/13/1993
Dan O'Shannon 18 04/13/1989 - 04/22/1993
Heide Perlman 17 01/13/1983 - 04/29/1993
Tom Anderson 17 04/13/1989 - 04/22/1993
Rob Long 15 04/12/1990 - 04/22/1993
Dan Staley 15 04/12/1990 - 04/22/1993
Les Charles 13 09/30/1982 - 05/20/1993
Glen Charles 13 09/30/1982 - 05/20/1993
Peter Casey 11 10/18/1984 - 05/13/1993
David L. 11 10/18/1984 - 05/13/1993
Brian Pollack 9 02/02/1989 - 01/24/1991
Mert Rich 9 02/02/1989 - 01/24/1991
Tom Reeder 7 10/14/1982 - 11/03/1988
Kathy Ann Stumpe 6 01/02/1992 - 02/18/1993
Sam Simon 5 12/02/1982 - 04/18/1985
Ken Estin 5 10/28/1982 - 05/09/1985
Jonathan Stark 4 10/17/1991 - 04/23/1992
Earl Pomerantz 4 10/07/1982 - 12/08/1983
Sue Herring 4 03/10/1988 - 10/22/1992
Andy Cowan 3 12/05/1985 - 03/26/1987
Rebecca Parr 3 12/10/1992 - 04/01/1993
Tracy Newman 3 10/17/1991 - 04/23/1992
Fred Graver 3 11/19/1992 - 02/25/1993
David S. Williger 3 12/05/1985 - 03/26/1987
Jeff Abugov 2 11/20/1986 - 12/18/1986
Larry Balmagia 2 09/27/1990 - 02/14/1991
Kimberly Hill 2 03/20/1986 - 01/22/1987
Tom Leopold 2 10/01/1992 - 01/14/1993
Janet Leahy 2 10/09/1986 - 10/16/1986
Wayne Kline 1 05/20/1993
Nick Arnold 1 12/22/1983
Katherine Green 1 12/09/1982
Chris Cluess 1 03/19/1987
Lissa Levin 1 02/23/1984
Susan Seeger 1 01/23/1986
Tom Seeley 1 10/17/1985
Elias Davis 1 11/16/1989
Miriam Trogdon 1 03/27/1986
Marvin Silbermintz 1 05/20/1993
John Romeo 1 05/20/1993
Jim Parker 1 02/14/1985
Ralph Phillips 1 01/01/1983
Stuart Kreisman 1 03/19/1987
Peter Sears 1 05/20/1993
Daniel Palladino 1 02/20/1992
Michael J. Weithorn 1 11/03/1983
Elliot Shoenman 1 01/24/1985
Jimmy Brogan 1 05/20/1993
Norm Gunzenhauser 1 10/17/1985
Jon Macks 1 05/20/1993
Eugene B. Stein 1 10/26/1989
Cecile Alch 1 01/19/1989
Joe Medeiros 1 05/20/1993
Joanne Pagliaro 1 02/19/1987
Patricia Niedzialek 1 01/19/1989
Max Tash 1 01/12/1984
Rod Burton 1 02/16/1989
Jeffrey Duteil 1 01/14/1988
David Pollock 1 11/16/1989
Steven Alan Green 1 05/20/1993

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