Julie (TV series)

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Julie
Genre Sitcom
Directed by Blake Edwards
Starring Julie Andrews
Eugene Roche
Alicia Brandt
James Farentino
Rider Strong
Composer(s) Henry Mancini (theme only)
Nan Schwartz (all episodes)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 7 (1 unaired)
Production
Executive producer(s) Tony Adams
Jeffrey Auerbach
Blake Edwards
Running time 22–24 minutes
Production company(s) Blake Edwards Television
Viacom Productions
Distributor CBS Television Distribution
Release
Original network ABC
Original release May 30 (1992-05-30) – July 4, 1992 (1992-07-04)

Julie is an American sitcom starring Julie Andrews which aired on ABC from May 30 to July 4, 1992. Blake Edwards was the director and executive producer of the series.

Synopsis[edit]

Andrews starred as Julie Carlisle, a television personality who marries a veterinarian Sam (James Farentino). Julie, along with her new husband and stepchildren, relocates to Sioux City, Iowa. The series chronicled her new life in coping with a career and family, was largely panned by critics and was subsequently canceled after six episodes due to low ratings.[1]

The series was broadcast in the UK on Channel 4 during Christmas 1993, but has yet to be repeated either in the UK or the US.

Cast[edit]

  • Julie Andrews.... Julie Carlisle
  • James Farentino .... Sam McGuire
  • Alicia Brandt .... Joy Foy
  • Laurel Cronin .... Bernice "Bernie" Farrell
  • Eugene Roche .... Wooley Woolstein
  • Kevin Scannell .... Dickie Duncan
  • Rider Strong .... Adam
  • Hayley Tyrie .... Alexandra "Alex" McGuire

Episodes[edit]

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "Touch and Go" May 30, 1992
1-2 "A Delicate Balance" June 6, 1992
1-3 "Monkey Business" June 13, 1992
1-4 "Happy Face" June 20, 1992
1-5 "Stop and Smell the Horses" June 27, 1992
1-6 "The Bed" July 4, 1992
1-7 "Put Up Your Dukes" Never aired

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stirling, Richard (2008). Julie Andrews: An Intimate Biography. Macmillan. p. 296. ISBN 0-312-38025-9. 

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