Off the Rack (TV series)

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Off the Rack
Genre Sitcom
Written by Dan Guntzelman
Steve Marshall
Bob Randall
Lissa Levin
Timothy James
Larry Balmagia
Directed by Jay Sandrich (pilot)
Noam Pitlik (series)
Starring Edward Asner
Eileen Brennan
Pamela Brull
Dennis Haysbert
Sandy Simpson
Claudia Wells
R. J. Williams
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6 (regular series)
1 pilot (aired as a special in 1984)
Production
Executive producer(s) Marc Merson
Dan Guntzelman
Steve Marshall
Running time 30 minutes (with commercials)
Production company(s) Warner Bros. Television
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run December 1984 (pilot)
March 15, 1985 –
April 19, 1985

Off The Rack is an American comedy television series set in the Los Angeles garment industry that aired on ABC between 1984 and 1985. The series stars Ed Asner and Eileen Brennan and was originally directed by Noam Pitlik. Its taping location was the Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California.

It was canceled after six regular episodes and 1 half-hour pilot, which aired as a special on December 7, 1984. Off the Rack premiered as a regular series in the middle of the 1984-1985 television season as a mid-season replacement on ABC on the same day as Mr. Belvedere. Writer Lissa Levin and director Noam Pitlik would go on to work for that series, following Off the Rack's cancellation.

Episodes[edit]

  • All episodes are listed by production order.

Pilot (1984)[edit]

Pilot: "Off the Rack"
Teleplay By: Dan Guntzelman & Steve Marshall
Story By: Bob Randall, Dan Guntzelman & Steve Marshall

  • Broadcast: 12/7/84

Season 1 (1985)[edit]

1. "A Date With Kate" (01)
Written By: Steve Marshall & Dan Gutzelman

  • Broadcast: 3/22/85

2. "Partners" (02)
Written By: Dan Guntzelman & Steve Marshall

  • Broadcast: 3/15/85

3. "Who Do You Trust?" (03)
Written By: Lissa Levin

  • Broadcast: 4/5/85

4. "Here Comes the Bribe" (04)
Written By: Dan Guntzelman & Steve Marshall

  • Broadcast: 3/29/85

5. "The Letter" (05)
Written By: Timothy James

  • Broadcast: 4/12/85

6. "Immigration Man" (06)
Written By: Larry Balmagia

  • Broadcast: 4/19/85

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