The Building (TV series)

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The Building
Genre Situation comedy
Created by Bonnie Hunt
Written by Bonnie Hunt
Directed by John Bowab
Starring Bonnie Hunt
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 5
Executive producer(s) Bonnie Hunt
David Letterman
Cinematography Jo Mayer
Production company(s) Bob & Alice Productions
Worldwide Pants Incorporated
Original channel CBS
Original release August 20, 1993 – September 17, 1993
Related shows Bonnie (1995)

The Building is an American sitcom, which aired on CBS in 1993. The series ran for five episodes. It starred Bonnie Hunt.


Bonnie Kennedy, a commercial actress who was jilted by her fiance (George Clooney), shortly before the show started, moves back to Chicago to pick up the pieces of her life in an apartment across from Wrigley Field. The story focuses on Kennedy's struggles and the characters who live in her apartment building.

Making heavy use of The Second City alum, the show was also filmed live; mistakes, accidents, and forgotten lines were often left in the aired episode.[citation needed]



Title Airdate Notes
1 "Pilot" Aug. 20, 1993 Guest starring George Clooney
2 "Damned If You Do" Aug. 27, 1993 Guest starring David Letterman
3 "The Waiting Game" Sep. 3, 1993 Guest starring George Wendt
4 "Father Knows Best" Sep. 10, 1993 Guest starring Richard Kind and Donald O'Connor
5 "Yakkity Yak Don't Talk" Sep. 17, 1993 Guest starring Jim Belushi


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