Another Day

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1978

Duration  :  

30m

5 Episodes

Another Day is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from April 8, 1978 to April 29, 1978. The series stars David Groh and Joan Hackett as a married couple, both of whom hold down full-time jobs, and their family.

Cast : Joan Hackett, Hope Summers, Lisa Lindgren, David Groh


Genres : Comedy


Production Companies : James Komack Production Company.

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Seasons
Season 1

5 Episodes


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