The Jeffersons

A black couple, headed up by opinionated loud-mouth George Jefferson, moves from a modest Queens neighborhood to deluxe apartment in Manhattan's ritzy East Side.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 5
Season 1 January 1975 April 1975 13
Season 2 September 1975 March 1976 24
Season 3 September 1976 April 1977 24
Season 4 September 1977 March 1978 26
Season 5 September 1978 April 1979 24
Season 6 September 1979 April 1980 24
Season 7 November 1980 March 1981 20
Season 8 October 1981 May 1982 25
Season 9 September 1982 May 1983 27
Season 10 October 1983 May 1984 22
Season 11 October 1984 July 1985 24
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 January 1975 April 1975 13
Season 2 September 1975 March 1976 24
Season 3 September 1976 April 1977 24
Season 4 September 1977 March 1978 26
Season 5 September 1978 April 1979 24
Season 6 September 1979 April 1980 24
Season 7 November 1980 March 1981 20
Season 8 October 1981 May 1982 25
Season 9 September 1982 May 1983 27
Season 10 October 1983 May 1984 22
Season 11 October 1984 July 1985 24
Unassigned Episodes 5
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 January 1975 April 1975 13
Unassigned Episodes 245
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jack Shea 88 01/18/1975 - 04/11/1979
Bob Lally 87 01/14/1978 - 04/10/1983
Oz Scott 39 10/02/1983 - 07/02/1985
Mike Milligan 30 09/27/1975 - 10/11/1981
Jay Moriarty 30 09/27/1975 - 10/11/1981
Michael Moye 24 11/11/1979 - 12/16/1984
Ron Leavitt 11 12/21/1980 - 12/16/1984
Robert Wolterstorff 9 12/15/1976 - 01/13/1980
Paul M. Belous 8 12/15/1976 - 12/09/1979
David W. Duclon 8 12/21/1980 - 12/12/1982
Seaman Jacobs 5 01/31/1976 - 11/01/1981
Jim Rogers 5 02/25/1978 - 11/01/1978
Fred S. Fox 5 01/31/1976 - 11/01/1981
Kurt Taylor 4 12/20/1978 - 04/01/1984
Richard Freiman 4 12/15/1976 - 02/04/1978
Stephen Sustarsic 3 01/04/1981 - 03/15/1981
Stephen Neigher 3 01/24/1979 - 06/04/1985
David Silverman 3 01/04/1981 - 03/15/1981
Hans Kracauer 3 03/06/1983 - 03/12/1985
Erik Tarloff 3 02/22/1975 - 10/11/1975
Stephen Young 3 12/15/1976 - 02/28/1977
John Donley 3 03/06/1976 - 12/20/1978
Tony Singletary 3 01/01/1984 - 01/15/1984
Don Boyle 2 11/29/1975
Arlando Smith 2 05/06/1984 - 11/18/1984
Calvin Kelly 2 11/22/1975
Marla Gibbs 2 11/18/1984
Joel Kimmel 2 02/07/1976 - 11/04/1984
Lewis Goldstein 2 02/06/1983 - 01/08/1985
Barry Harmon 2 01/18/1975
Susan Straughn Harris 2 10/21/1979 - 10/28/1979
Ann Gibbs 2 02/07/1976 - 11/04/1984
Patt Shea 2 10/08/1977 - 01/28/1978
Paul Benedict 2 06/04/1985
Bernard Burnell Mack 2 02/28/1979 - 04/04/1979
Arthur Bonaduce 2 02/17/1980 - 03/23/1980
Harve Brosten 2 01/18/1975
Billy Dee Williams 2 11/18/1984
Celia Bonaduce 2 02/17/1980 - 03/23/1980
Brian Levant 1 01/17/1977
Andy Horowitz 1 01/15/1985
Stephanie Haden 1 11/30/1980
Stephen A. Miller 1 03/09/1980
Skip Usen 1 11/22/1978
Rosalind Stevenson 1 01/08/1984
Michael Poryes 1 01/09/1983
Mark Zakarin 1 04/02/1985
Lesa Kite 1 03/01/1981
Elliot Stern 1 09/26/1982
Kevin Kelton 1 12/11/1983
Erwin Washington 1 10/11/1978
James Kutras 1 10/14/1984
Warren S. Murray 1 04/30/1985
Cindy Begel 1 03/01/1981
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jerry Perzigian 30 02/21/1979 - 03/19/1985
Don Seigel 30 02/21/1979 - 03/19/1985
Peter Casey 29 01/31/1979 - 07/02/1985
David L. 29 01/31/1979 - 07/02/1985
Lloyd Turner 19 02/01/1975 - 04/11/1977
Gordon Mitchell 19 02/01/1975 - 04/11/1977
Roger Shulman 7 02/08/1975 - 02/18/1978
John Baskin 7 02/08/1975 - 02/18/1978
Marcy Vosburgh 6 01/23/1983 - 11/18/1984
Sandy Sprung 6 01/23/1983 - 11/18/1984
Bill Steinkellner 6 10/21/1984 - 07/02/1985
Cheri Steinkellner 6 10/21/1984 - 07/02/1985
Bob Baublitz 5 11/24/1976 - 02/24/1980
Don Nicholl 5 01/18/1975 - 12/13/1975
Bryan Joseph 5 11/01/1978 - 03/30/1980
Jeffrey Richman 4 02/21/1982 - 10/14/1984
Nancy Vince 4 01/14/1978 - 10/11/1981
Joyce Gittlin 4 02/21/1982 - 10/14/1984
Neil Lebowitz 4 09/30/1979 - 10/30/1983
Dixie Brown Grossman 4 03/15/1975 - 01/17/1977
Bernie West 4 01/18/1975 - 12/13/1975
Michael Ross 4 01/18/1975 - 12/13/1975
Ted Dale 4 01/14/1978 - 10/11/1981
Howard Bendetson 3 11/02/1980 - 10/04/1981
Bobby Herbeck 3 11/25/1984
Sol Weinstein 3 09/25/1976 - 01/10/1979
Bob Bendetson 3 11/02/1980 - 10/04/1981
Sara V. Finney 3 01/17/1982 - 06/04/1985
John Ashby 3 04/12/1975 - 02/07/1977
Howard Albrecht 3 09/25/1976 - 01/10/1979
Ilene Cooper 2 03/20/1983 - 03/27/1983
Al Aidekman 2 12/04/1983 - 03/05/1985
Kim Weiskopf 2 10/01/1977 - 10/23/1983
Frank Tarloff 2 04/05/1975 - 09/20/1975
Marty Farrell 2 11/20/1983 - 03/11/1984
James Ritz 2 11/15/1975 - 02/21/1976
Patrick Egan 2 03/20/1983 - 03/27/1983
Arnold Kane 1 03/08/1975
David Isaacs 1 11/01/1975
Andy Guerdat 1 01/28/1978
Winston Moss 1 10/28/1984
Vito J. Giambalvo 1 01/22/1985
Jim Carlson 1 03/01/1975
Sandy Veith 1 02/28/1976
Christine Houston 1 11/29/1978
Dennis Koenig 1 03/28/1977
Wayne Kline 1 01/09/1983
Brent Stevens 1 01/30/1983
Tedd Anasti 1 10/16/1976
Larry Balmagia 1 03/28/1977
Mary-David Sheiner 1 10/21/1979
Ed Burnham 1 01/29/1984
Perry Grant 1 01/25/1975
Richard B. Eckhaus 1 01/21/1978
Gordon Farr 1 03/08/1975
Ken Levine 1 11/01/1975
Ben Joelson 1 03/29/1975
Dianne Messina 1 12/19/1982
Jeffrey Duteil 1 01/24/1982
Elaine Newman 1 01/29/1984
George Scott 1 12/23/1984
Brian Pollack 1 03/14/1982
George Burditt 1 12/20/1975
Wade Stevens 1 01/30/1983
Steve Kreinberg 1 01/28/1978
Joe Rosario 1 12/23/1984
Richard Kraut 1 01/08/1985
Laura Levine 1 11/12/1977
Vida Spears 1 06/04/1985
Sheila Judis Weisberg 1 10/21/1979
Michael S. Baser 1 10/01/1977
David Talisman 1 10/16/1976
Bill Davenport 1 01/05/1977
John V. Hanrahan 1 02/21/1977
Marita Epp 1 02/13/1983
Arthur Marx 1 10/18/1975
Bob DeVinney 1 12/03/1977
Lou Messina 1 12/19/1982
Martin Donovan 1 11/26/1977
Marilyn Anderson 1 01/09/1983
Joanne Pagliaro 1 12/02/1979
Ralph Phillips 1 04/11/1982
Robert Fisher 1 10/18/1975
M. Martinez Thomas 1 02/07/1979
Marshall Goldberg 1 12/07/1980
Carole Olson 1 02/13/1983
Bruce Howard 1 03/22/1975
Don Segall 1 10/15/1977
Sandy Krinski 1 12/06/1975
Mark Rothman 1 01/24/1982
Stu Goldman 1 01/22/1985
Olga Vallance 1 11/19/1977
Mark Miller 1 09/26/1982
Dick Bensfield 1 01/25/1975
Rick Shaw 1 03/14/1982
Art Baer 1 03/29/1975

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