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Overview

The Cavanaughs is an American television situation comedy, broadcast on CBS from 1986 to 1989.

The series revolved around Francis "Pop" Cavanaugh, a 71-year-old, blue-collar Irish Catholic man living in South Boston with his daughter Kit and son Chuck, as well as Chuck's sons and daughter. Much of the show's humor stemmed from conflicts between the cantankerous, opinionated Pop and his grown children.

  1. Robert Moloney

    Creator

Series Cast

  1. Danny Cooksey

    Danny Cooksey

    27 Episodes

  2. Peter Michael Goetz

    Peter Michael Goetz

    27 Episodes

  3. Barnard Hughes

    Barnard Hughes

    27 Episodes

  4. Christine Ebersole

    Christine Ebersole

    27 Episodes

  5. Parker Jacobs

    27 Episodes

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Last Season

Season 2

1988 | 14 Episodes

Season 2 of The Cavanaughs premiered on August 8, 1988.

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Status Ended

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Certification -

Type Scripted

Original Language English

Runtime 30m

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