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Storyline

The Golden Girls is based on the lives and interactions of four older women who have all been divorced/widowed, and are now roommates. Dorothy's main goal during the series is to find a companion she can relate to while her mother Sophia adds her comical outlook and frequent "Picture This" stories. Rose's St. Olaf-ness makes her a little corny but lovable. One thing that changes nearly every episode is whom Blanche is courting.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 14, 1985

Also Known As: Золоті дівчата, Kullakesed |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Canada (PG, G) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

florida
miami, florida
widow
female friendship

Company Credits

Production Co: Touchstone Television, Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions

Cast

Alisan Porter
as Melissa
Charles Bouvier
as Clown
Freddie Jackson
as Sam
Steven M. Porter
as Waiter
Bob Hope
as Self
Charles Green
as Willard
Tom Dahlgren
as Major Barker
Darlene Kardon
as Woman
Kokko Burnaby
as Sam
George Clooney
as Bobby Hopkins
Margery Nelson
as Woman
Lynnie Greene
as Young Dorothy Zbornak/Young Dorothy
Alan King
as Mel Bushman
Robert Culp
as Simon
Stan Wojno
as Philip Starr
Steve Landesberg
as Dr. Halperin
Hank Brandt
as Brent
Frank Smith
as Duncan
Deborah May
as Liz
Tanya Louise
as Jenny
Tom Henschel
as Dr. Bob
Samuel Lloyd
as Elvis Impersonator
Jonathan Perpich
as Dennis
Paul Tennen
as Freddy
Louis Guss
as Marvin
James Lashly
as The Driver
Jandi Swanson
as Young Dorothy
Richard Mulligan
as Dr. Harry Weston
Todd Jeffries
as Policeman
Andre Rosey Brown
as Bodybuilder/Bodyguard
Alice Ghostley
as Mrs. Zbornak
Hal Linden
as John
Lucy Lee Flippin
as Nancy
Harvey Vernon
as Barry
Tally Lauriti
as Elvis Impersonator
Stanley Kamel
as Herb
George Coe
as Al
Jonathan Schmock
as Cop #1/The Director/The Robber/Waiter
Ray Combs
as Bob Henderson
Mark Morocco
as Orderly
Howard Duff
as Mangiacavallo
Lyle Waggoner
as Self
James Karen
as Raymond
Gordon Jump
as Leonard Barton
Alicia Brandt
as Dr. Tess
John O'Leary
as Mr. Ninervini
Jim Keily
as Jail Guard
Helen Duffy
as Woman in Wheelchair
Ron Kapra
as Desk Clerk/Stage Manager
William E. Green
as Saxophone Player
Chip Olcott
as Burt Nesbitt
Craig Schaefer
as Stage Manager
Tom La Grua
as Jimmy/Vinnie
Mario Roccuzzo
as Man #1
Terrence Evans
as Sheriff
Keye Luke
as Toshiro Mitsumo
Henry Darrow
as Fidel Santiago
Tony Swartz
as John
Eric Poppick
as The Waiter
Phil Proctor
as Ron
Rosalind Cash
as Lorraine Wagner
Rhonda Aldrich
as Meg
Matthew Brooks
as Timmy
Art K. Koustik
as Dave
Debra Engle
as Rebecca
Christine Belford
as Kirsten
Carl Ciarfalio
as Black Crow
Howard Goodwin
as Auctioneer
Julio Iglesias
as Self
Jeanette Nolan
as Alma Lindstrom
Paul Eiding
as Peter
Meshach Taylor
as The Cop
Marti Muller
as Nurse
Phil Forman
as Bill
Tom Tarpey
as Dr. Seymour
Gloria LeRoy
as Band Member
John Achorn
as Priest
Roland August
as Elvis Impersonator
Carol Bruce
as Lucille
Polly Holliday
as Lily
Ed Hooks
as Stage Manager
David Correia
as Mr. Hernandez
Barbara Alyn Woods
as Woman
David Doty
as Police Officer
Cleto Augusto
as Photographer
Peggy Gilbert
as Esther
Esther Larner
as Woman
Edward Winter
as John Quinn
Victor Contreras
as Gonzales
Scott Menville
as McCracken
Blake Emmons
as Cowboy #2
Scott Jacoby
as Michael Zbornak
Marvin Mitchelson
as Self
Michele Pawk
as Mary Ellen
Kevin Cooney
as Man #2
Belita Moreno
as Nurse
Leslie Nielsen
as Lucas
Craig Richard Nelson
as Thurber
Suanne Spoke
as Girl in Lobby
Christopher Daniel Barnes
as Kevin
Alton Ruff
as Dancer
Jody Price
as Jody/Nurse
Tom McGreevey
as Veterinarian
Barney Martin
as Karl
Elena Del Rubio
as The Donatello Triplets
Tony Jay
as Laszlo
The Dixie Belles
as The Band
Joe Seneca
as Alvin Newcastle
Stephen Taylor
as Extra
Marcia Firesten
as Dr. Watkins
Charles Hill
as Dirk
Lance Wilson-White
as Delivery Boy
Earl Boen
as Father Salerno/Reverend
Nicholas Kepros
as Maitre d'
Dion Anderson
as Mr. Percy
Sharon Howard
as Woman
Hilary Shepard
as Yvonne
Jim Hudson
as Freddy
Stuart Nisbet
as Doug
George Hearn
as Frank Nann
Rhoda Robinson
as Game Show Host
Frances Bay
as Claire
Jane Dulo
as Myrtle
Sherri Rabinowitz
as Homeless Mother
Vince Trankina
as Mr. Hinkley
Julie McCullough
as Mary
Dena Dietrich
as Gloria Petrillo
June Claman
as Phyliss
Marla Adams
as Woman #1
Edie McClurg
as Nurse DeFarge
G.F. Smith
as Gayle
Richard Riehle
as Detective Parres
Harvey J. Goldenberg
as Preacher
Jessica Lundy
as Janet
Lou Cutell
as Irving
Tom Lancaster
as Secret Service Agent
Richard Stahl
as Don
Robert Gould
as Stage Manager
Robert Picardo
as Doctor Revell
Leland Orser
as Waiter
Marilyn Jones
as Bridget Nylund
Jeffrey Webber
as Bobby Spina
Meg Wyllie
as Edna/Millicent Kennedy/Myra/Stewardess
Stefanie Ridel
as Jackie
Tony Steedman
as Jasper DeKimmel
Debbie Reynolds
as Truby
Don Mirault
as Flight Instructor/Ron, the Bar Piano Player
Alan Rachins
as Jason
Joe Regalbuto
as Jeremy
Paul Willson
as Arthur Nivingston
Cheryl Checcetto
as Hooker #1
Siobhan Fallon Hogan
as Abby
Bryan Norcross
as Self
Michael Goldfinger
as Attendant
Vince Cannon
as Dr. Parks
Gary Grubbs
as Waiter
Cynthia Lea Clark
as Court Reporter/Homeless Person/IRS Agent/Seamstress/Train Passenger
Inga Swenson
as Holly
Mel Stewart
as Judge
Jessica Keenan Wynn
as Emily
Flo Di Re
as Gina/Young Sophia
Stuart Fratkin
as Man #2
Rudolph Willrich
as Pete
Steven Craig
as News Reporter
Peter Jason
as The Policeman
Raye Birk
as Caterer/The Caterer
Stan Roth
as Cop/Make-up Man/Policeman
Roy Stuart
as Marty
Art Metrano
as Judge
Sarah Partridge
as Secretary
Frank Hamilton
as Father O'Mara
Leila Kenzle
as Tamara
Hugh Farrington
as Ted
Bruce Kirby
as Bill
Tim Thomerson
as Stevie
Geraldine Fitzgerald
as Anna/Martha
Wesley Mann
as Jacob
Dan O'Shannon
as Game Show Contestant
Steve Kramer
as Dr. Stephen Deutsch
Mario Lopez
as Mario
Simone Griffeth
as Chrissy
William Cort
as Dave/James
Raf Mauro
as Bartender
Glen Vernon
as Charles
Annie Abbott
as The Woman
Bibi Besch
as Helen Budd
Biff Yeager
as Bellboy
Margaret Wheeler
as Woman #1
Ronnie Schell
as Thomas
Michael Blue
as Porter
Sam Anderson
as Meyer
Tim Haldeman
as Man
Paul Collins
as Dr. Shrewsbury/Man
Danny Breen
as Emcee
Parley Baer
as Chester T. Rainey
Mindy Ann Martin
as Little Girl
Wayne Chou
as Orderly
Bob Dishy
as Mister Terrific
Nancy Lenehan
as Nun
Richard Bernard
as Elvis Impersonator
Charles Levin
as Coco
Gwen E. Davis
as Mildred
Ronald Hunter
as Dr. Harris
John Braden
as Sam Burns
Don Seigel
as Davey Cricket
Ann Nelson
as Eva
Lonny Price
as Hastings
Diane Racine
as Nurse
Inky
as Stray Dog
Herb Edelman
as Stan Zbornak/Stanley Zbornak
Fritzi Burr
as Ruth
Shawn Schepps
as Rebecca
Freeman King
as Bartender
Charles Summers
as Confessional Priest
John Moody
as Len
John Michael Quinn
as Restaurant Patron
Ralph Ahn
as Jim Shu/Mr. Yakamora
Al Berry
as Paul
Ruth Cohen
as Woman Shopping in Grocery Store/Woman at Play Tryouts
David Jay Willis
as Comedian/Delivery Boy/Orderly/PA
Joe Mays
as Maitre D'
Carol Spilman
as Teacher
Matt McCoy
as Father Avery
Lou Felder
as Terry
Neal Lerner
as Rabbi
Doug Franklin
as Young Doctor
Richard Penn
as Mr. Murray
Nick Toth
as Walter
Kurt Smildsin
as The Priest
Keone Young
as Dr. Chang/Mr. Tanaka
Charles Erikson
as Tony
John Harnagel
as Mechanic
Nick Ullett
as Waiter
Lana Schwab
as The Girl
Kevin McCarthy
as Richard
Billy Barty
as Edgar Lindstrom
Jaclyn Bernstein
as Linda
Alan Koss
as Ernie
Camila Ashland
as Mrs. Hubbard
Doris Belack
as Gloria Petrillo
Gregory White
as Bartender
Kristopher Kent Hill
as Billy
Andy Goldberg
as House Boy
Paul Dooley
as George Corliss/Isaac Q. Newton
Beth Grant
as Louise/Terry Franco
Bonnie Bartlett
as Barbara Thorndyke
Peter Elbling
as Desk Clerk
Bea Arthur
as Dorothy Zbornak/Sophia's Mother
Steven Gilborn
as Howard/Priest
Monte Landis
as Victor
Nancy Priddy
as Lois
Jay Thomas
as Sy Ferber
James T. Callahan
as Malcolm Gordon
Rita Moreno
as Renee Corliss
Buddy Daniels Friedman
as Airport Mendicant
Eddie Powers
as Elvis Impersonator
Geoffrey Lewis
as Chuck
Scott Gale
as Elvis Impersonator
Nancy Walker
as Angela
John Ingle
as Harv
Nan Martin
as Frieda Claxton/Philomena Bosco
Don Maxwell
as Fire Chief
George J. Woods
as The Man
Howard Witt
as Hunter McCoy
Darryl Ferreira
as Man
Richard Tanner
as Young Stan
Stanley Ullman
as John Gale
Doug Ballard
as Policeman
Brad Trumbull
as Maitre D'/Maitre d'
Ralph Manza
as Augustine Bagatelli
John Schuck
as Gil Kessler
Richard Roat
as Al/Kendall
Mike Muscat
as Waiter
Joe Faust
as Raymond
Michael McGuire
as Dr. Budd
Gloria Cromwell
as Gloria
Glenn Walker Harris Jr.
as Oliver
Jack Bannon
as Chuck
Marian Wells
as Wanda
Kyle T. Heffner
as Young Salvador
Colin Hamilton
as Auctioneer
April Ortiz
as Maria
Colin Drake
as Wilfred Whitney Cheswick
Don Stark
as Sheriff
Bridgette Andersen
as Charley
Dana Daniels
as Juggler
Bonnie Evans
as Dancer
Ken Stovitz
as Ed
Ed Kerrigan
as Dave
Barbara Tarbuck
as Martha McDowell
Alex Trebek
as Self
Tony Carreiro
as Doctor/The Waiter/Tommy Cochran
Anne Haney
as Bonnie
Ruby Dee
as Mammy Watkins
Vito Scotti
as Dominic Bosco/Vincenzo
Sonny Bono
as Self
Janet MacLachlan
as Sandra
Joseph Campanella
as Al Mullins
Tom Nibley
as Librarian
Sheree North
as Virginia Hollingsworth
Elinor Donahue
as Katherine
Dylan Lawrence
as Student
George Grizzard
as George Devereaux/Jamie
Mark Moses
as David
Phil Rubenstein
as The Exterminator
David Leisure
as Charley Dietz/Oliver
Bill Wiley
as Smokey
Shirley Kirkes
as Dancer
James MacKrell
as Guy Corbin
Ted Sprague
as Dancer
Lane Davies
as Peterson
John Hostetter
as The Policeman
Stuart Pankin
as Jacques De Courville
Channing Chase
as Elise
Jack Gilford
as Max Weinstock
Johnny Gilbert
as Self
Merv Griffin
as Self
Hartley Silver
as Justice of the Peace
Karl Wiedergott
as Boy #1/Kenny
Alan Blumenfeld
as Lou/Mr. Ha Ha
David Westgor
as Reporter #2
Tom Villard
as Randy/Rick
Nat Bernstein
as Dr. Wallerstein/Emily's Father
Ron Michaelson
as Carl
Adam Small
as Guard
Bobbie Bates
as Dancer
Janet Carroll
as Phyllis Hammerow
Derek Loughran
as Mime
Allen Bloomfield
as Abe
Jean Palmerton
as Woman
Deena Freeman
as Kate
John DiSanti
as Fisherman
Paul Rodriguez
as Ramone
Ellen Albertini Dow
as Lillian/Mrs. Leonard/Sarah
Lou Wagner
as Larry
Edwin Newman
as Self
Doug Cox
as Sven/Young Man
Todd Susman
as Marlowe
Edan Gross
as The Boy
Shirley Prestia
as Zelda
Peggy Walton-Walker
as Receptionist
William Denis
as Dr. Cauley
Sam McMurray
as Mr. Kane
William Bumiller
as Man
Philip Sterling
as Dr. Ashley/Dr. Barensfeld
Mario Machado
as Sportscaster
Milly Del Rubio
as The Donatello Triplets
Phil Leeds
as Guido
Matthew Faison
as Father Campbell
Richard Venture
as Milton
Bonnie Urseth
as Young Woman
Teddy Wilson
as Albert/Ben
Birl Jonns
as Dancer
Lela Ivey
as Sister Claire
John Wheeler
as Patron
Dick Van Dyke
as Ken
Herta Ware
as Ida
Billy Jayne
as David
Kat Sawyer
as Woman
Dinah Manoff
as Carol Weston
Eadie Del Rubio
as The Donatello Triplets
Don Woodard
as Ernie/Kolak
Thom Sharp
as Mr. Pfeiffer
Kristy McNichol
as Barbara Weston
Murray Hamilton
as Big Daddy Hollingsworth
Rosanna Huffman
as Stephanie
Eddie Bracken
as Buzz
Matthew Saks
as Cop #2
Tony Frank
as Cowboy #1
Donna LaBrie
as The Stewardess
Estelle Getty
as Sophia Petrillo
Reid Shelton
as Andrew Allen
Mimi Cozzens
as Lillian/Susan Dodd
John McMartin
as Father Frank Leahy
Martin Mull
as Jimmy
Terry Kiser
as Don/Santa Claus
Scott Bryce
as Dr. Warren
Michael J. London
as Edgar
Frank Aletter
as Harry
Christian Clemenson
as The Salesman
Michael Ensign
as Donald
Bill Gratton
as Man #1
Richard Reicheg
as Man
Shana Washington
as Marla
Audree Chapman
as Nurse
Monte Markham
as Clayton Hollingsworth
Chuck Walling
as Floyd McCallum
Elise Ogden
as Woman #2
Cesar Romero
as Tony
Myles Berkowitz
as Groom
Nick DeMauro
as Clerk
Anne Francis
as Trudy
Jayson Kane
as Maitre D'
Robert Costanzo
as Coach Odlivak
Alfred Dennis
as Charley
Robert Rothwell
as Lester
Alex Rocco
as Glen
Chick Vennera
as Enrique Mas/Pepe
Casey Sander
as Sven Lindstrom
Sharon Spelman
as Dr. Richmond
Ken Howard
as Jerry
Lynne Marie Stewart
as Sister Anne
Zach Grenier
as Vaczy
Allison Robinson
as Actress
Lenny Wolpe
as Arnie
Starr Andreeff
as Priscilla
Rick Le Fever
as Elvis Impersonator
Joseph Whipp
as Dr. Gordon W. Taylor
Gloria Dorson
as Lillian/Mrs. Ward
Milo O'Shea
as Buddy Rourke
Burt Reynolds
as Burt Reynolds
Bridget Sienna
as Ingrid
Gibby Brand
as Man
Grant Moran
as Lab Technician
Dom Irrera
as The Produce Clerk/The Waiter
Lee Garlington
as Kirsten
Montrose Hagins
as Libby
Robert Neches
as Bartender
Hallie Todd
as Lucy
Glenn Shadix
as Musician
Kent Zbornak
as Kent
David Cromwell
as Man #3
Quentin Tarantino
as Elvis Impersonator
Paula Kelly
as Marguerite
Johnny Haymer
as The Commissioner
Jeffrey Tambor
as Dr. Stevens
Carl Jablonski
as Dancer
Robert Mandan
as Steven
Rod Sabbe
as Rob
Tony Pope
as The Doorman
Margaret Reed
as Pregnant Woman
Brad Koepenick
as Maitre 'd
Richard Herd
as Ernie
Jerry Orbach
as Glen O'Brien
Robert King
as Jack
Monty Ash
as Murray Guttman
Daniel Rosen
as Misha
Kathleen Freeman
as Mother Superior
Donnelly Rhodes
as Jake Smollens
Pat Harrington Jr.
as John
Tom Simmons
as Security Guard
Paul Solomon
as Man
Peter Hansen
as Dr. Elliot Clayton
John Harkins
as Ham Lushbough
Peggy Pope
as Gladys Barton
Lon Haber
as Boy Scout
Kelly Ann Conn
as Receptionist
Kelly Andrus
as Tiffany
Joe Alfasa
as Tony
David Wayne
as Big Daddy
Sondra Currie
as Margaret Spencer
Bill Erwin
as Mr. Hubbard
Dennis Drake
as Dennis
Ariana Richards
as Lisa
Sid Melton
as Salvadore Petrillo/Don The Fool
Paul Ross
as Captain Lord
Brent Collins
as Dr. Jonathan Newman
Brett Porter
as Winston Hardwick III
Mary Gillis
as Gladys
Stephen Lee
as Dwayne
Tom Seidman
as Man
Marcelo Tubert
as Raoul
Mickey Rooney
as Rocco
George Wyner
as Dr. Norgan
Lynn Hamilton
as Trudy
Valente Rodriguez
as Fred
Bill Dana
as Angelo/Papa Angelo/Uncle Angelo
Lisa Jane Persky
as Kate
Derek McGrath
as Coordinator
F. William Parker
as The Minister
Lorry Goldman
as Fred
Allan Rich
as Alexi
May Quigley
as Woman
Nick Jameson
as The Minstrel
Timothy Stack
as Agent Bell
Lois Nettleton
as Jean
Ken Berry
as Thor
Eugene Greytak
as The Pope
Oliver Clark
as Roger
Roy Brocksmith
as William
Ken Smolka
as Policeman
Lesley Glassford
as Elaine
Bear the Dog
as Dreyfuss
John C. Moskoff
as Jerry
Kathy Bendett
as Nurse
Michael McManus
as Sid LaBass
Jay Pennick
as Elvis Impersonator
Pat McCormick
as Clerk
Ron Orbach
as Dan Cummings
Virginia Capers
as Greta Wagner
Mitchell Ryan
as Rex
Peter Graves
as Jerry Kennedy
Marian Mercer
as Magda
Marius Weyers
as Derek
Edmund Balin
as Russell
Scott Curtis
as Timmy
Tommy Hinkley
as Andy
Fred Willard
as Bob
Richard McKenzie
as Jack
Jesse Dabson
as Myron
John Rice
as Steve
Betty Garrett
as Sarah
Danny Goldman
as Man In Theatre
Jeane Dixon
as Jeane Dixon
Brenda Vaccaro
as Angela
Frank Birney
as Stage Manager
Raymond Forchion
as Professor Bradley
Lenore Woodward
as Mrs. Taylor
Jim Doughan
as Ben
Edgar Justice
as Mr. Morelli
Tony Segreto
as Self
Tom Isbell
as Young Man
Betty White
as Rose Nylund
Amzie Strickland
as Lady at Funeral
Todd Morris
as TV Announcer
McLean Stevenson
as Ted
Harry Shearer
as George Bush
Magda Harout
as Woman
Helen Kleeb
as Margaret
Terry Wills
as Carl/Plumber
Linda Rand
as Frieda/Gloria Schmidt
Bill Quinn
as The Priest
Jenny Lewis
as Daisy
Amelia Kinkade
as Hooker #2
Barney McGeary
as Father Callahan
David Selburg
as Store Manager
Silvana Gallardo
as The Emcee
Odil Sabbe
as Bob
Robert Yacko
as Don
Arthur Tovey
as Rest Home Resident
Peter Gonneau
as Walter
Kevin Brief
as Roger
Ben Rawnsley
as Dr. Jerry
Fred McCarren
as Detective
Christopher Burton
as Norman Henderson
Molly Hagan
as Caroline
John Dennis Johnston
as Merrill
Randy Bennett
as Stationmaster
Ed Call
as Security Guard
Renata Scott
as Woman
Sergia Simone
as Woman
Julian Deyer
as Waiter
Kay St. Germain Wells
as Woman
Jerry Hardin
as Gary Tucker/Professor Cooper
Don Lake
as Mr. Porter
Tony Plana
as Alvarez
Wayne C. Dvorak
as Maitre d'
Jana Arnold
as Pat
Ursaline Bryant
as Hooker #3
Harold Gould
as Miles Webber/Arnie Peterson
Conrad Janis
as Announcer
Darwyn Carson
as Reporter #1
Jack Yates
as Cop
Ray Reinhardt
as Harold
Lloyd Bochner
as Hairdresser/Patrick Vaughn
Yvette Heyden
as Olga Nordstrum
Linden Chiles
as Dr. Thompson
Rue McClanahan
as Blanche Devereaux
Pamela Kosh
as Woman
Claudette Sutherland
as Posey
Julius Harris
as Mr. Lewis
Angelo Tiffe
as Harry
Priscilla Morrill
as Lucille
Don Ameche
as Brother Martin
John P. Connolly
as Mort
Toni Sawyer
as Lois
Jack Blessing
as Father Monroe
Park Overall
as Laverne Todd
Deborah Rose
as Midge
Barbara Babcock
as Charmaine Hollingsworth
Robin Faye Bookland
as Sarah
Peggy Rea
as Mrs. Contini
John Fiedler
as Eddie
David Pressman
as Waiter
Douglas Seale
as Malcolm/Seymour
Brandis Kemp
as Maddy
Jackie Swanson
as Tracy
Warren Munson
as Frank
Ken Lerner
as Doctor
Nancy Black
as Heather
Michael Ayr
as Doug
Blake Gibbons
as Elvis Impersonator
Patrick Stack
as Man in Locker Room
Cynthia Marie King
as Nancy
Tony Perez
as Mr. Escobar
Milt Oberman
as Erroll
James Staley
as Dean Tucker/Dr. Manning
Peter Michael Goetz
as Dr. Stein
Jane Harnick
as Jenny Corliss

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1985 | 25 Episodes

Season 2

1986 | 26 Episodes

Season 3

1987 | 25 Episodes

Season 4

1988 | 26 Episodes

Season 5

1989 | 26 Episodes

Season 6

1990 | 26 Episodes

Season 7

1991 | 23 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Directors Guild of America, USA 1986

Winner

Directors Guild of America, USA

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series

Golden Globes, USA 1986

Winner

Golden Globes, USA

Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical

Winner

Golden Globes, USA

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical

Nominee

Golden Globes, USA

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical

Nominee

Golden Globes, USA

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical

Nominee

Golden Globes, USA

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical

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