Cheers TV Show
80's TV Show Facts for Cheers
Television Show Summary
The 80's TV show Cheers' series tagline was a line from the show's theme song 'where everybody knows your name'.
TV Show Plot For Cheers
Cheers was a long-running sitcom produced by Charles-Burrows-Charles Productions in association with Paramount Television for NBC.
Cast of Cheers TV Show
Ted Danson .... Sam Malone
Trivia for the TV Show CheersThe Cheers spin-off Frasier began in 1993, and was shot on the same stage at Paramount.
Cheers was nearly cancelled by NBC in its first season when it ranked last in the ratings, but it was saved by NBC's entertainment president Brandon Tartikoff.
The exterior shots of the bar cheers were filmed at "The Bull and Finch Pub" in Boston.
Top 20 Ratings Info for Cheers Series1984-85 - 3rd Season - Ranked #13
1985-86 - 4th Season - Ranked #5
1986-87 - 4th Season - Ranked #3
1987-88 - 5th Season - Ranked #3
1988-89 - 6th Season - Ranked #4
1989-90 - 7th Season - Ranked #3
80's TV Show Facts:
The TV Show Cheers was televised from 09/30/1982 to 05/20/1993, on the NBC network.
Cheers TV Show Emmy Awards:
James Burrows won best Directing, Comedy for the 1982-83 episode Showdown, Part 2.
Shelley Long won best Lead Actress, Comedy in 1982-83.
Cheers won best Outstanding Comedy in 1982-83.
Glen Charles & Les Charles won best Writing, Comedy for the 1982-83 episode Give Me A Ring Sometime.
Cheers won best Outstanding Comedy Series in 1983-84.
Rhea Perlman won best Supporting Actress, Comedy in 1983-84.
David Angell won best Writing, Comedy for the 1983-84 episode Old Flames.
Rhea Perlman won best Supporting Actress, Comedy in 1984-85.
Rhea Perlman won best Supporting Actress, Comedy in 1985-86.
Cheers won best Outstanding Comedy Series in 1988-89.
Woody Harrelson won best Supporting Actor, Comedy in 1988-89.
Rhea Perlman won best Supporting Actress, Comedy in 1988-89.
Ted Danson won best Lead Actor, Comedy in 1989-90.
Bebe Neuwirth won best Supporting Actress, Comedy in 1989-90.
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