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When will be The Mary Tyler Moore Show next episode air date? Is The Mary Tyler Moore Show renewed or cancelled? Where to countdown The Mary Tyler Moore Show air dates? Is The Mary Tyler Moore Show worth watching?

The Mary Tyler Moore Show was one of the most literate, realistic, and enduring situation comedies of the 1970s. Mary Richards was the idealized single career woman. She had come to Minneapolis after breaking up with a man she had been dating for four years. Ambitious, and looking for new friends, she moved into an older apartment building and went to work as an assistant producer of the local news show on television station WJM-TV. In her early 30s, Mary symbolized the independent woman of the 1970s.

Genres: Comedy
Station: CBS (US)
Rating: 7.67/10 from 3 users
Status: Ended
Start: 1970-09-19

The Mary Tyler Moore Show Air Dates


S07E22 - Mary's Big Party Air Date: 06 March 1977 01:00 -

Mary has planned a fancy party at her apartment, with a mystery guest of honor, but the power in the building goes before he arrives.


S07E23 - Lou Dates Mary Air Date: 13 March 1977 01:00 -

Mary has another disastrous date and worries she'll never meet the right man, until Georgette points out that every quality she seeks can be found in Lou Grant.


S07E24 - The Last Show Air Date: 20 March 1977 01:00 -

Personnel changes occur in the executive department and when they want WJM News to be the highest-ranked in Minneapolis, everyone except Ted Baxter is fired.


S07E25 - The Last Show (Syndication) Air Date: 20 March 1977 01:00 -

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In the final episode, WJM is sold, and Mary, Lou, and Murray are astounded to learn that they've all been fired. Ted, meanwhile, has been spared the axe.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show Actors

Edward Asner(Lou Grant)

Betty White(Sue Ann Nivens)

Gavin MacLeod(Murray Slaughter)

Cloris Leachman(Phyllis Lindstrom)

John Amos(Gordy Howard)

Georgia Engel(Georgette Franklin Baxter)

Valerie Harper(Rhoda Morgenstern)

Mary Tyler Moore(Mary Richards)

Ted Knight(Ted Baxter)

Ed Asner(Lou Grant)



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