Empty Nest (1988–1995)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Family


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"Empty Nest" tells of the day to day misadventures of a widowed pediatrician named Harry Weston and his two adult daughters, Barbara and Carol, who have come back to live with him after failed marriages.


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  • David Leisure and David Rasche in Empty Nest (1988)
  • Estelle Getty in Empty Nest (1988)
  • Loni Anderson and Richard Mulligan in Empty Nest (1988)
  • David Leisure and David Rasche in Empty Nest (1988)
  • Loni Anderson and Park Overall in Empty Nest (1988)
  • Loni Anderson and Richard Mulligan in Empty Nest (1988)

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20 May 2001 | AllisonLVenezio
A great show, memorable
Early on in my life, my parents would have me stay at my Grandparents if they had somewhere to go. I became familiar with the sitcoms aimed at older people. "The Golden girls" and "Empty Nest" became fixtures for me.

In my opinion, "Empty Nest" was one of my faves during my early childhood. It premired on NBC in 1988, when I was 6 years old. My grandma had me watching it, and I enjoyed it.

Richard Mulligan was good as Harry Weston, a pediatrician living in Miami with his two grown daughters, Barbara and Carol. The show was a great sitcom and was actually very amusing to a little kid. I watched it its entire run, and still remember Richard Mulligan, especially in his passing, as the gravely voiced gentle doctor.

I wish I could find this show somewhere on TV, cause it was a fixture in sitcoms!

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