Hudson Street (TV series)

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Hudson Street
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Genre Sitcom
Created by Randi Mayem Singer
Written by Susan Beavers
Tom Brady
Eric Brand
Dan Cohen
Tracy Gamble
Sam Kass
Robert Kurtz
Steven Long Mitchell
F. J. Pratt
Randi Mayem Singer
Richard Vaczy
Craig W. Van Sickle
Directed by James E. Burrows
James Hampton
Gordon Hunt
Ken Lamkin
John Rich
Lee Shallat-Chemel
Starring Tony Danza
Lori Loughlin
Composer(s) Jonathan M. Wolff
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22
Production
Executive producer(s) Susan Beavers
Nat Bernstein
Tony Danza
Mitchel Katlin
Randi Mayem Singer
Producer(s) Tom Brady
Sam Kass
Tracey Ormandy
Running time 30 mins.
Production company(s) Katie Face Productions
TriStar Television
Distributor Sony Pictures Television
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run September 19, 1995 – June 19, 1996

Hudson Street is an American sitcom that aired on ABC for one season, from 1995 to 1996. The series starred and was executive produced by Tony Danza (from Who's the Boss?) with Lori Loughlin (from Full House) also starring.

Synopsis[edit]

Danza starred as Tony Canetti, a divorced detective in Hoboken, New Jersey, who shares custody of his son Mickey with his ex-wife. In between work and raising his son, Tony also starts a romance with an idealistic crime reporter, Melanie (Lori Loughlin).

The series received good reviews and initially placed in the top 10 (partly due to its placement between the ABC hits Roseanne and Home Improvement[1]), but the series was canceled after one season as it couldn't hold on to its lead-in audience.[2]

Cast[edit]

  • Tony Danza....Tony Canetti
  • Lori Loughlin....Melanie Clifford
  • Frankie J. Galasso....Mickey Canetti
  • Jerry Adler....Al Teischler
  • Christine Dunford....Det. Kirby McIntire
  • Tom Gallop....Off. R. Regelski
  • Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter....Winston Silvera
  • Shareen J. Mitchell....Lucy Canetti

Episode list[edit]

Episode # Production Code Episode Title Airdate
1 100 Pilot September 19, 1995
2 101 "A Kiss is Just a Kiss" September 26, 1995
3 102 "Here's Just Looking at You, Kid" October 3, 1995
4 103 "Crime, Per Se" October 17, 1995
5 105 "The Man's Man" October 24, 1995
6 104 "The Hit Parade" October 31, 1995
7 107 "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" November 7, 1995
8 106 "Contempt" November 14, 1995
9 108 "Road Warriors" November 21, 1995
10 111 "Bells & Whistles" November 28, 1995
11 112 "Mickey the Hood" December 12, 1995
12 110 "Saturday Night's the Loneliest Night of the Week" December 19, 1995
13 109 "In the Line of Duty" January 2, 1996
14 113 "I Loved Lucy" January 16, 1996
15 114 "Dear Cyberspace" January 23, 1996
16 115 "To Bob or Not to Bob" February 3, 1996
17 116 "Sunday in the Station with Mickey" February 10, 1996
18 117 "Tony's 15 Minutes" February 17, 1996
19 119 "Having My Baby" May 29, 1996
20 121 "The Retreat" June 5, 1996
21 118 "One for the Monet" June 12, 1996
22 120 "Family Album" June 19, 1996

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Result Category Recipient
1996 Young Artist Award Nominated Best Performance by a Young Actor – TV Comedy Series Frankie J. Galasso

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gliatto, Tom (October 30, 1995). "Still the Boss". People. Retrieved 2008-08-24. 
  2. ^ Lowry, Brian (November 10, 1997). "For ABC, Tuesday Is Becoming Loneliest Night". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2008-08-24. 

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