Type
Scripted
Premiered
Dec. 04, 1981
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
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Falcon Crest

Set in Tuscany Valley, a fictional city outside of San Francisco, this serial centered on 2 separate rich wine families, Angela Channing, corruptive matriarch who headed the Falcon Crest winery and raised Julia & Emma, and Chase & Maggie Gioberti, who moved from New York to California with grown-up kids, Cole & Victoria, to start a new life with their family.

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09x22 Home Again Aired: May. 18, 1990

As Richard and Lauren enjoy their wedding at the winery, Richard agrees to sell Falcon Crest back to Angela on the condition that half will go …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 9 seasons and 227 episodes air between 1981 and 1990.

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  • Barbara Stanwyck was considered for the role of Angela Channing but turned it down.
  • SPOILER: Chase was slated to return to the show after presumably drowning at the end of season six in the San Francisco Bay saving his baby from drowning. Robert Foxworth took a year off to…
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    SPOILER: Chase was slated to return to the show after presumably drowning at the end of season six in the San Francisco Bay saving his baby from drowning. Robert Foxworth took a year off to be with his long-time companion Elizabeth Montgomery during her lengthy illness. At the end of season seven, Angela is seen talking to a mysterious man in a monastery asking him if he thinks it's time to tell Maggie he's alive. Viewers were supposed to guess if the man was Richard or Chase. The original plan was to have the man Chase, but Foxworth and the producers could not work out a deal and Foxworth never returned as earlier planned.
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  • Kim Novak's dual role character in the sixth season was a tribute to her famous dual role in Vertigo. The scene her character has with Richard Channing at Fort Point near the Golden Gate…
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    Kim Novak's dual role character in the sixth season was a tribute to her famous dual role in Vertigo. The scene her character has with Richard Channing at Fort Point near the Golden Gate Bridge was deliberately set there as an inside nod to a famous scene she had with James Stewart decades earlier on the same spot.
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