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 The Brady Bunch - The Complete First Season

 The Brady Bunch - The Complete Second Season

 The Brady Bunch - The Complete Third Season

 The Brady Bunch - The Complete Fourth Season

 The Brady Bunch - The Complete Final (Fifth) Season

 Brady Bunch Variety Hour

 Brady Home Movies

 It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of the Brady Bunch

 Brady Bunch Book

The Brady Bunch

Show Type: Sitcom

First Telecast: September 26, 1969

Last Telecast: August 30, 1974

Broadcast History:

September 1969-September 1970, Friday 8:00-8:00 on ABC

September 1970-September 1971, Friday 7:30-8:00 on ABC

September 1971-August 1974, Friday 8:00-8:30 on ABC


Mike Brady..... Robert Reed

Carol Brady..... Florence Henderson

Alice Nelson..... Ann B. Davis

Marcia Brady..... Maureen McCormick

Jan Brady..... Eve Plumb

Cindy Brady..... Susan Olsen

Greg Brady..... Barry Williams

Peter Brady..... Christopher Knight

Bobby Brady..... Mike Lookinland


The Brady Bunch was one of the last of the old-style, fun-around-the-house situation comedies, full of well-scrubbed children, trivial adventures, and relentlessly middle-class parents. The premise here was a kind of conglomerate family, formed by a widow with three daughters who married a widower with three sons; a nutty housekeeper, Alice, thrown into the act as referee; plus, of course, a shaggy dog named Tiger.

All of these smiling faces lived in a four-bedroom, two-bath house in the Los Angeles suburbs, from which Dad pursued his nice, clean profession as a designer and architect. Typical stories revolved around the children going steady, family camping trips, competition for the family telephone (at one point, Dad installed a pay phone!), and, of course, war in the bathroom.

The children ranged in age from 7 to 14 at the series' start, and the oldest son, Greg, played by Barry Williams, soon became something of a teenage idol; he was receiving 6,500 fan letters per week during 1971. Barry and several of the others tried to parlay their TV success into recording careers in the early 1970's, but without notable success.

Reruns of The Brady Bunch were aired as part of ABC's weekday daytime lineup from July 1973 to August 1975, and an animated spin-off titled The Brady Kids ran Saturday mornings on ABC from September 1972 until August 1974. It has continued to be a classic on TV and has spawned two movies: The Brady Bunch and A Very Brady Sequel, starring Shelley Long.