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Dec 7, 2017

[Ans] Which of these TV sitcoms featured a married couple that was actually married in real life?

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When Alex Karras and Susan Clark married in real life, they started their own production company, Georgian Bay Ltd. ABC approached the couple about a sitcom development deal which resulted in a proposed romantic-comedy series, Another Ballgame, to star Karras as an ex-NFL player who quickly found true love with a socialite consumer advocate (Clark) on a cruise. ABC picked it up for the fall 1983 schedule, with Paramount Television as packager, but major changes would occur before the premiere. After seeing Emmanuel Lewis in a Burger King commercial, ABC's programming chief, Lew Erlicht, wanted to give the actor his own series. At this time, Another Ballgame creator Stu Silver desired to develop an original show based on the lead characters portrayed by Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy in the film Woman of the Year and saw Alex Karras and Susan Clark's on-screen chemistry as being strikingly reminiscent of this.


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Webster:


Webster aired on ABC from 1983 to 1987. The show stars Emmanuel Lewis in the title role as a young boy who, after losing his parents, is adopted by his NFL-pro godfather, portrayed by Alex Karras, and his socialite wife, played by Susan Clark. Alex Karras and Susan Clark were married in real life. The couple met when they co starred in the TV movie, Babe. They were approached by Paramount Television and ABC to do the Webster sitcom alongside Emmanuel Lewis. Clark and Karras remained married until his death on October 10, 2012


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