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Created by  Aaron Ruben
First episode date  14 April 1982
Network  NBC
Number of episodes  21
5.7/10 IMDb

Genre  Sitcom
Country of origin  United States
Final episode date  14 May 1983
Number of seasons  2
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Starring  Lynn Redgrave Norman Fell Adam Arkin Van Nessa Clarke Norman Bartold Richard Karron Kit McDonough Teresa Ganzel Tim Reid Steve Ryan Jean Smart Joel Brooks
Theme music composer  William King Ronald LaPread Thomas McClary Walter Orange Milan Williams
Opening theme  "Reach High" (Commodores)
Cast  Lynn Redgrave, Jean Smart, Norman Fell, Teresa Ganzel, Tim Reid
Similar  Style & Substance, I'll Bet, Together We Stand, Showoffs, House Calls

Teachers Only is an American sitcom on NBC that centered on the faculty of a Los Angeles high school; in the first season the school was named Millard Fillmore High, but in the second it is Woodrow Wilson High with a changed cast. In both seasons Norman Fell played Principal Ben Cooper, but Lynn Redgrave's character, Diana Swanson, who had been an English teacher in the first season, became a guidance counselor in the second season.

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This show ran for two seasons from April 14, 1982 to May 14, 1983.

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Season 1

  • Lynn Redgrave as Diana Swanson
  • Norman Fell as Principal Cooper
  • Adam Arkin as Michael Dreyfuss, teacher
  • Van Nessa Clarke as Gwen Edwards, teacher
  • Norman Bartold as Assistant Principal Brody
  • Richard Karron as Mr. Pafko, janitor
  • Kit McDonough as Lois
  • Season 2

  • Lynn Redgrave as Diana Swanson
  • Norman Fell as Principal Cooper
  • Teresa Ganzel as Samantha Keating, teacher
  • Tim Reid as Michael Horne, teacher
  • Steve Ryan as Spud Le Boone, gym teacher
  • Jean Smart as Shari, principal's secretary
  • Joel Brooks as Barney Betelman, teacher
  • References

    Teachers Only Wikipedia


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