Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 29, 1986
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

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Designing Women

Designing Women is an American television sitcom that centered around the working and personal lives of four women in an interior design firm in Atlanta, Georgia. The show was created by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason who wrote many of the episodes in the show's initial seasons.

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TV Special: Designing Women Reunion Aired: Jan. 01, 2006

Revisiting the show as part of the Fearless Women Seminar series sponsored by the Paley Center for Media in 2006

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 7 seasons and 164 episodes air between 1986 and 1993.

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  • Suzanne's housekeeper, Consuela, was often talked about and never seen on the show.
  • As with many shows, the pilot features a set that's different from that of the one used once the show is picked up by the network; in this case, there is a stepped entryway beyond the front…
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    As with many shows, the pilot features a set that's different from that of the one used once the show is picked up by the network; in this case, there is a stepped entryway beyond the front door, Julia's desk is located front-and-center of the set, and much of the furniture is completely different. Sharp-eyed viewers will also note the dark and grainy quality of the pilot, which is in contrast to the bright, warm, crisp look of the remaining episodes. Dedicated viewers will also note that not only is Suzanne's relationship with Ted, Mary Jo's ex-husband, almost NEVER referred to again after the initial episode, but that Julia alludes to Suzanne's "many" marriages, though in later shows, it's clearly stated Suzanne has only been married three times.
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  • During the first season, CBS kept moving the show around, moving it from its original Monday night time slot to Thursday and then to Sunday. This devastated the ratings, which didn't pick up…
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    During the first season, CBS kept moving the show around, moving it from its original Monday night time slot to Thursday and then to Sunday. This devastated the ratings, which didn't pick up until it returned to Monday. CBS was going to cancel it, but then protests from Viewers for Quality Television convinced the network to renew it.
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