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Following the success of The Bob Newhart Show, Newhart was the iconic follow-up that saw Dick Loudon (Newhart) and his wife Joanna (Mary Frann) leave New York for rural Vermont to run an inn. Everyman Dick finds himself dealing with the oddball locals and eccentric guests who pass through. As the series goes on, the world around Dick gets increasingly surreal - leading to one of the most memorable series finales of all time.

Next Airings

Nov 30th 1:00a ET

Sweet and Sour Charity

Dick and Joanna have an opportunity to shed their newcomer status when Dick's asked to run a fundraiser for the local library.

Dec 1st 1:00a ET

Love Letters in the Mud

Michael helps Larry pursue the girl of his dreams, and Joanna holds Dick responsible for his actions in her dream.

Dec 2nd 1:00a ET

First of the Belles

Dick's old college sweetheart visits the Inn, prompting concerns that she intends to reunite with Dick.

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