|Written by|| AJ Carothers |
|Directed by||Roger Duchowny|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||5 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producers|| Aaron Spelling |
Douglas S. Cramer
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company||Aaron Spelling Productions|
|Original release||March 25 –|
April 22, 1979
Friends is an American children-oriented comedy-drama series that aired on ABC from March 25 to April 22, 1979. The series, which was produced by Aaron Spelling, starred Charlie Aiken, Jill Whelan, Janet MacLachlan, Jarrod Johnson, Karen Morrow and Roger Robinson.
Five one-hour episodes were produced before the series was cancelled.
A comedy-drama series as seen through the eyes of three 11-year-old children from different backgrounds with episodes focusing upon the trials and tribulations of adolescence, and involved subjects such as dating, family, school, growing pains and friendship.
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|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Going Out"||March 25, 1979|
|2||"Pilot"||April 1, 1979|
|3||"Grandfather Arrives"||April 8, 1979|
|4||"Pressure"||April 15, 1979|
|5||"A Case of Bad Timing"||April 22, 1979|
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