Webster Online

Complete Series Boxed Sets on DVD: The Addams Family / All in the Family / The Andy Griffith Show / Arrested Development / Barney Miller / Bewitched / The Bob Newhart Show / Boy Meets World / The Brady Bunch / The Cosby Show / The Dick Van Dyke Show (DVD) / The Dick Van Dyke Show (Blu-ray) / The Doris Day Show / Everybody Loves Raymond / Family Affair / Family Ties / The Flintstones / Flo / Friends (DVD) / Friends (Blu-ray) / Full House / Get a Life / Get Smart / Gilligan's Island / Gimme a Break! / The Golden Girls / Good Times / Grounded for Life / Hearts Afire / Hogan's Heroes / Home Improvement / How I Met Your Mother / I Dream of Jeannie / I Love Lucy / The Jeffersons / Joanie Loves Chachi / Kate & Allie / The King of Queens / The Larry Sanders Show / Leave it to Beaver / M*A*S*H / Mama's Family / The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis / Married with Children / Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman / The Munsters / NewsRadio / The Norm Show / The Office / The Partridge Family / Sanford and Son / Saved by the Bell / Scrubs / Seinfeld / Sex and the City / Sgt. Bilko - The Complete Series / Soap / Sports Night / That '70s Show / Three's Company / Welcome Back, Kotter / What's Happening!! / Will & Grace / Wings / WKRP in Cincinnati / The Wonder Years / More

Welcome to Webster Online, devoted to the popular sitcom that aired from 1983-1989 and starred Emmanuel Lewis, Alex Karras, Susan Clark, Henry Polic II, Eugene Roche, Cathryn Damon, Ben Vereen, Jack Kruschen, Chad Allen, Gabe Witcher, Carl Steven, Danny McMurphy, Nick DeMauro, and Corin "Corky" Nemec.

Webster Online - all Webster, all the time...

Established: June 30th, 1999
Last Updated: May 23rd, 2016

Totally '80s Awesome Site of the Day Site of the Day for July 12th, 1999!

What's New:

Please visit our message board regularly for the most up-to-date news, articles and cast updates.

Webster on Antenna TV

  • 05/23/16: Antenna TV Summer 2016 Schedule Has Webster

    Webster premieres on Antenna TV on Saturday, June 4 with a 9 hour marathon beginning at 1pm. Then watch it on Sundays at 7pm.

    Henry Polic II

  • 08/12/13: Veteran Actor Henry Polic II Dies at Age 68

    Alex Karras

  • 10/10/12: Alex Karras, former NFL lineman, actor, dies at 77

    Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. He will be greatly missed. Share your memories of Mr. Karras here.

    Google News / Alex Karras on IMDB / Alex Karras on Wikipedia / Alex Karras Photos / Webster Photo Gallery / Webster Message Board

    Remembering Webster's Alex Karras

    Alex Karras

    Webster - 20 Timeless Episodes

  • 07/09/12: '20 Timeless Episodes' Set is Scheduled by Shout! Factory

    Webster - Season Four

    Purchase Webster - 20 Timeless Episodes on DVD

    12/07/11: 'Select' Release of 'Season 4' is Scheduled by Shout! Factory

    Purchase Webster - Season Four on DVD (Amazon.com)

    Webster - Season Three

    Emmanuel Lewis is back as the endearing and adorable Webster Long for another string of laughter and life lessons in Webster - Season Three.

    Former pro football player George Papadapolis (Alex Karras) and socialite and philanthropist Katherine Calder-Young Papadapolis (Susan Clark) team up as the more-than-capable but hilariously matched foster parents to Webster. Along for the ride are landlords Bill and Cassie Parker (Eugene Roche and Cathryn Damon), Webster's Uncle Phillip (Ben Vereen) and George's father, Papa Papadapolis (Jack Kruschen). While comedy is at the forefront, Webster balances out with touching storylines, making it one of the classic programs of 1980s television.

    Created by Stu Silver and co-starring real-life husband and wife Alex Karras and Susan Clark, Webster premiered September 16, 1983, and ran for six seasons from 1983-1989 (1983-1987 on ABC and the final two seasons in first-run syndication).

    Purchase Webster - Season Three on DVD

    Read our review of Webster - Season Three on DVD

  • 07/25/11: Just Ahead of the 'Season 3' Set, We Know When to Expect 'Season 4'!

    Susan Clark

  • 07/20/11: Just My Show Interviews Susan Clark

    Our friend Eric of Just My Show has put up episode 62 of his podcast! You may know her simply as Ma'am. Stage and screen star Susan Clark joins Eric's podcast to take us back to her days as Katherine Papadopolis on the classic '80s sitcom Webster. From starring with her real life husband, Alex Karras, to the secret passageways you wish you had, Just My Show covers it all! Plus, Major League, GoBots and more cowbell in the latest edition of New News About Old Stuff. So without further adieu and without losing track of the days (Webster theme pun), listen to Susan Clark on Just My Show!

  • 05/09/11: 'Season 3' DVDs Being Prepared for Stores this Summer - 4-disc set from Shout! is available in the first half of August

    Webster - Season Two

    Join the precocious Webster Long (Emmanuel Lewis) and his new parents, George Papadapolis (Alex Karras) and Katherine Calder-Young Papadapolis (Susan Clark), for their second season of family fun. In this season the family makes the move from their high-rise into an old Victorian house owned by elderly couple Bill and Cassie Parker (Eugene Roche and Cathryn Damon). Both a touching portrait of an unconventional family and a joyful ride through childhood adventures, Webster is a classic of ’80s television.

    Created by Stu Silver and produced by real-life husband and wife Alex Karras and Susan Clark, Webster premiered September 16, 1983, and ran for six seasons from 1983-1989 (1983-1987 on ABC and then the final two season in first-run syndication).

    Purchase Webster - Season Two on DVD

    Read our review of Webster - Season Two on DVD

  • 02/16/11: Shout! Factory's 'Season 2' Set is Scheduled for DVD

    Webster - Season One

    Emmanuel Lewis stars as the innocent and adorable Webster Long. When newlyweds George Papadapolis (Alex Karras) and Katherine Calder-Young Papadapolis (Susan Clark) return home from their whirlwind wedding, they discover they are the legal guardians of seven-year-old Webster, the only child of the recently deceased best friend of George. George, a retired football player now sportscaster, and Katherine, a socialite and philanthropist, are the perfectly hilarious odd parents learning how to raise a child, often with the help of Katherines highbrow secretary, Jerry (Henry Polic II). Both a touching portrait of an unconventional family and a joyful ride through childhood adventures, Webster is a classic of 80s television.

    Created by Stu Silver and produced by real-life husband and wife Alex Karras and Susan Clark, Webster premiered September 16, 1983, and ran for six seasons from 1983-1989 (1983-1987 on ABC and then the final two season in first-run syndication).

    Special Features:
    Webster Trivia Game

    Purchase Webster - Season One on DVD

    Read our review of Webster - Season One on DVD

  • 01/06/11: Sneak Preview Online 'Cuteness Reel' for Shout!'s Season 1 DVDs

  • 10/07/10: Shout! Factory Makes Season 1 Official: Delivers Date, Details and Box

  • 10/01/10: Webster Coming to DVD - Shout! Factory Adopts the Classic Emmanuel Lewis Sitcom for DVD Release

  • 06/13/10: Susan Clark (Katherine Papadapolis) From Webster: Then & Now!

  • 04/17/10: Didn't Realize that the Sitcom "Webster," First Premiered Under A Different Title?!

  • 08/13/09: Emmanuel Lewis is Living the High Life!

  • 01/19/09: Ben Vereen Sued For $10 Million

    People - Child Stars Then & Now

  • 08/22/08: Emmanuel Lewis is featured in People's Child Stars Then & Now

    The diminutive actor went on to earn a theater-arts degree from Clark Atlanta University in 1997. In '02 he joined the reality show The Surreal Life, sharing a bunk bed with M.C. Hammer. Now 37 and living in Atlanta, Lewis owns a label, Flex Floss Entertainment, and has a black belt in karate.

  • 07/12/07: Sitcom Child Stars All Grown Up Article

    DETAILS Magazine has just launched its August issue that includes an article on childhood stars all grown up, titled "The Kids Stay in the Picture." The child stars who shaped Gen X are all grown up—and they’re all here in their exclusive photo portfolio. PLUS: Watch Webster, Winnie from The Wonder Years, and Bud Bundy talk about life after the limelight in their video Q&A. And, take their online quiz to find out what kind of kiddie star you would have been.

    Here's who is featured:

    Emmanuel Lewis - Webster
    Danica McKellar - The Wonder Years
    Danny Pintauro - Who's the Boss?
    David Faustino - Married...with Children
    Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin - Full House
    Tatyana Ali - The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
    Jeremy Miller - Growing Pains
    Tiffany Brissette - Small Wonder

    View it here - http://men.style.com/details/features/landing?id=content_5747

  • 09/06/06: Webster joins the ME-TV (WMME-TV in Chicago) lineup September 18th - weekdays at 4PM CT

  • 06/13/05: VH1 Premieres '100 Greatest Kid Stars' In A 5-Night Series Hosted By Christopher Knight Beginning Monday June 13 9PM*

    NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- VH1 has crowned Gary Coleman, of "Diff'rent Strokes" fame, the number one kid star. Macaulay Culkin, Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen, Jodie Foster, Drew Barrymore, Emmanuel Lewis, Ron Howard, Corey Feldman, Maureen McCormick and Danny Bonaduce round out the top ten on the list.

    Premiering on Monday, June 13 at 9 P.M.* and hosted by Christopher Knight, "100 Greatest Kid Stars" is a five-night special that follows the tradition of VH1's successful "100 Greatest ... " franchise. VH1 has assembled the definitive list of child stars, and counts them down using new, exclusive interviews with many of the stars themselves and that golden footage from way back when ...

    6. Emmanuel Lewis (WEBSTER)
    Complete List

    Eugene Roche

  • Eugene Roche Dies at age 75

    (AP) Eugene Roche, a paunchy character actor who played the kitchen-cleaning "Ajax man" in commercials and had memorable roles in such television shows as "All in the Family" and "Magnum P.I" has died at age 75.

    Roche died Wednesday (July 28th) after suffering a heart attack in an Encino hospital, family friend Timothy Wayne said Friday. He had been hospitalized Monday for tests after suffering a mild heart attack at his home in Sherman Oaks, Wayne said. Roche's name may not be familiar to most audiences, but his face surely was.

    Plump and jovial with glinting eyes, Roche costarred on TV's "Webster" as a lovable landlord, and was Archie Bunker's neighborhood nemesis Pinky Peterson on "All in the Family."

    Roche, born in Boston, also played the curmudgeonly "old school" private investigator Luther Gillis on "Magnum P.I.," the sly attorney E. Ronald Mallu on the sitcom "Soap" and the newspaper editor Harry Burns on "Perfect Strangers."

    One of his most memorable movie roles was in 1971's "Slaughterhouse-Five," based on the novel by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Roche played a likable POW named Edgar Derby, who amid the scorched remains of a firebombed Dresden picks up an intact porcelain figurine as a souvenir and is promptly executed for looting by his German captors.

    Survivors include his wife, Anntoni, and their nine children.

    Emmanuel Lewis

  • 03/25/04: 'Webster' Returns to Primetime ... on the SCI FI Channel?

    "I'm not Webster, but I played him on TV."

    Chode (voiced by Stephen Root) hires a guy named Webster (Emmanuel Lewis as himself) to litigate him out of a Faustian pact with the Devil on a very special April Fools episode of Tripping the Rift. "The Devil and a Guy Named Webster" airs Thursday, April 1 @ 10:30pm ET/PT, exclusively on SCI FI.

    Emmanuel Lewis Guest Stars on a Very Special 'Tripping the Rift'

    Tripping The Rift
    'The Devil and a Guy Named Webster'
    Thursday, April 1 @ 10:30 p.m. ET/PT

    NEW YORK, March 24 -- It's every April fool's dream - Webster back in primetime!

    When Chode sells his soul to the Devil to save his blobby purple behind, his crew searches desperately for a way out of the demonic pact. Looking back over history, they discover that a guy named Daniel Webster once successfully litigated his client out of a similar contract with the Devil. So they go back in time to get Webster to represent Chode. But, inevitably, the bumbling crew screws things up -- instead of finding Daniel Webster in the 1800s, they end up on the set of Webster in 1983. Unaware of the error, they kidnap series' star Emmanuel Lewis and bring him back to the ship. Emmanuel Lewis makes a special guest appearance as himself. Surreal. Based on an award-winning webisode of the same name, Tripping the Rift is a humorous and scandalously sexy send-up of all things sci-fi. The series follows the adventures of the Jupiter 42, a smuggling vessel led by a stumpy purple alien named "Chode" (Stephen Root, News Radio) who, along with his colorful group of misfit shipmates, battles archenemies and new obstacles in space each week. Chode's crew includes "Six" (Gina Gershon), a sexy cyborg who happens to be the most advanced android ever created; "Gus," (Maurice LaMarche, voice of "Brain" from Pinky & The Brain) Chode's sexually-confused and verbally-abused robot slave; "T'Nuk," (Gayle Garfinkle) the ship's aesthetically-challenged pilot; and "Whip," (Rick Jones) Chode's teenaged slacker nephew. "Stuttering" John Melendez provides the halting voice of "Spaceship Bob," the fastest ship in the galaxy.

    E! True Hollywood Story


    Emmanuel Lewis -- "People Thought I Was The Doll Come To Life. So I Would Have Different People Just Treating Me Very Strangely As Far As I Was Concerned Because They Wanted To Just Touch Me To See If I Was Real."

    Los Angeles, June 18, 2003 - In the `80s, child star Emmanuel Lewis charmed America as TV’s cuddly orphan “Webster.” The sitcom turned the pint-sized actor into a television giant. Lewis performed for a U.S. President, danced with Sammy Davis Jr. and his best friend just happened to be the “King of Pop.” Behind the scenes, however, life on the sitcom set with Lewis’ co-stars was not as harmonious. In 1989, Lewis said farewell to his hit television series and goodbye to Hollywood. Lewis recognized his small stature prevented him from playing more adult roles and he spent most of the next decade out of the public spotlight, trying to decide whether his future included television. In this one-hour episode, Lewis sits down to expose his unique tale as an adored child to an obscure adult and express his eagerness for a comeback. Interviews for this episode include Emmanuel Lewis, along with his friends, family, and Webster producer Stu Silver. Emmanuel Lewis: The E! True Hollywood Story premieres Sunday, June 22 at 9:00 PM ET/PT.

    The Emmy®-nominated E! True Hollywood Story is a series of one- and two-hour docu-dramas chronicling the lives of some of entertainment’s most celebrated people, places and events. Utilizing E!’s unparalleled access to the entertainment industry, the program provides a true insider’s view of Hollywood, putting the star-making machine under a microscope with each new installment. The E! True Hollywood Story began life as a series of specials with the March 30, 1996 premiere of Dark Obsession: The Stalking and Murder of Rebecca Schaeffer and quickly established itself as the network’s most successful programming franchise.

    Based in Los Angeles, E! Networks is the world’s largest producer and distributor of entertainment news and lifestyle-related programming. The company operates E! Entertainment Television, the 24-hour network with programming dedicated to the world of entertainment; Style, the 24-hour network devoted to the way you live your life and E! Online, located at Eonline.com. E! is currently available to 80 million cable and direct broadcast satellite subscribers in the U.S. Style currently counts 32 million subscribers with commitments to reach over 40 million in 2004. E! Online, the #1 entertainment news and celebrity gossip Website, reaches 6 million monthly unique U.S. adult users.

  • 06/21/03: We remember the characters, but whatever became of the young actors who made them famous? Malcolm-Jamal Warner (“The Cosby Show”) narrates “Child Stars, Then and Now,” a special one-hour look at 15 of America’s most beloved child stars. “Child Stars, Then and Now” will be telecast on Saturday, June 21, 8:00-9:00PM on NBC.

    There is life after stardom, and these actors prove it. “Child Stars, Then and Now” shows us the many different and often surprising life paths of 15 former young stars. The special features interviews with the stars and chronicles the rise to fame and current whereabouts of Lisa Loring and Ken Weatherwax (Wednesday and Pugsley Addams, “The Addams Family”); Cary Guffey (Barry Guiler, “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”); Larry Mathews (Richard ‘Richie’ Petrie, “The Dick Van Dyke Show”); Willie Aames (Tommy Bradford, “Eight Is Enough”); Candace Cameron (Donna Jo ‘D.J.’ Tanner, “Full House”); Angela Cartwright and Bill Mumy (Penny and Will Robinson, “Lost In Space”); Jill Whelan (Vicki Stubing, “The Love Boat”); Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster, “The Munsters”); Emmanuel Lewis (Webster Long, “Webster”); Haywood Nelson (Dwayne Nelson, “What’s Happening!!”); Danielle Spencer (Dee Thomas, “What’s Happening!!”); Peter Ostrum (Charlie Bucket, “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”), and Jason Hervey (Wayne Arnold, “The Wonder Years”). The special also contains private footage and photos of the stars then and now.

  • 05/06/03: An E! True Hollywood Story on Emmanuel Lewis will air on Sunday, June 22nd at 9-10PM EST/PST.

    Emmanuel Lewis - Then Emmanuel Lewis - Now

  • 01/09/03: The new WB reality series 'The Surreal Life' with Emmanuel Lewis premieres on the WB on January 9th at 9:00PM EST/PST. The first episode will re-air on Sunday at 7PM EST/PST. On January 16th, it moves to it's regular timeslot of 9:30PM EST/PST

    Related links:

    The Surreal Life (Official Website)

    Emmanuel Lewis bio, photos, and videoclips

    The Surreal Life (TV.com)

  • Webster joins the CTS TV (Toronto/Ontario Canada) lineup starting December 30th, weekdays at 4PM (update: it now airs there at 1:30PM)

    Emmanuel Lewis

    Watch Where Are They Now on VH-1 on Tuesday, October 22nd at 8PM EST/7 CST

    Find out what the actors and actresses that played Blossom, Willis from Diff'rent Strokes, Webster, Rerun from What's Happening, and others are doing now. Hear interviews where they talk about what it was like being famous and how they felt after the limelight faded. To check out a larger list of your favorite TV kid actors and actresses, you can visit this link on VH1.com


    Additional Airdates:

    Wednesday, October 23 12:30 AM
    Wednesday, October23 1:00 PM
    Thursday, October 24 6:00 PM
    Friday, October 25 5:00 PM
    Sunday, October 27 6:00 PM
    Monday, October 28 11:00 PM
    Friday, November 1 2:00 PM
    Sunday, November 3 3:30 PM

    all times eastern standard time

    Emmanuel Lewis will be in an upcoming WB reality series called 'Surreal' with the likes of M.C. Hammer, Mindy "Natalie from The Facts of Life" Cohn, Brande " 'Baywatch' babe" Roderick, Corey "the Corey from 'Goonies' " Feldman, and Vince "Motley Crue" Neil. It will be airing midseason, 6 episodes have been ordered. For more news on this series, click here

  • 09/03/02: The message board is back up after being moved to a new server... Discuss Webster and your other favorite sitcoms on the Sitcoms Online Message Boards

  • 08/28/02: Whatever Happened to Webster?

  • 07/23/02: Webster joins the CTS lineup in January 2003. CTS is a cable channel in the Toronto, Ontario area.

  • A message from Emmanuel Lewis:

    Hello Todd

    It is a big surprise to see such a site in my show's honor. Thank you for hosting it and being a fan club administrator. I am totally speech less. Webster's fans are die hard fans and I love them whenever I go. Give them my best regards and one day we shall set up a chat session to shock them all. I once went on a chat line years ago and no one believed me, it was one of the funniest times in my life. They asked me who was Alex's best friend and I said I dunno ask me something about me. They decided that if I was (The Real Emmanuel Lewis), I should know. I will never forget that day.

    One day, I give myself a break and coordinate a time when we can set up a live chat or something. I would be great just as long as you screen them as you usually do. Again thank you and you organization very much for this site as I love making peoples day.


    Emmanuel Lewis


    Emmanuel has also posted on the message board and provided an update, you can say hello to him on there!

    Jack Kruschen

  • 05/27/02: Jack Kruschen, Veteran TV and Movie Actor, Dies at 80

    Jack Kruschen, a versatile character actor whose six decades in movies and television included an Oscar nomination for best supporting actor for his 1960 role in "The Apartment," died on April 2. 2002, at the age of 80, following a long illness. News of his death, which was reported by the show business publication Variety, did not appear in major newspapers at the time.

    Known to many television viewers as Papa Papadapolis in the 1980's series "Webster," he was one of the stalwarts of radio, television and the movies, often playing tough guys early in his career and irascible but lovable neighbors later on.

    Jack Kruschen was born in Winnipeg, Canada, on March 20, 1922. He was discovered by CBS while acting in a student operetta production at Hollywood High School. His first job was on a Christmas radio special.

    After working for the Armed Forces Radio Service during World War II, he returned to network radio, doing voice characterizations for "The Danny Thomas Show," "Dragnet," "Sam Spade," "Gunsmoke" and other popular shows of the late 1940's and early 50's.

    Mr. Kruschen appeared on television almost from its inception, portraying cowboys, detectives or criminals in programs like "The Adventures of Superman," "Zorro," "Bonanza," "The Rifleman" and "Wanted: Dead or Alive." He assumed similar roles in many of his 75 films, playing a Southern bigot in "Cape Fear" (1962) and a gangster in Elvis Presley's "Follow That Dream" (1962).

    He was nearly ubiquitous in television in the 1970's and 1980's, appearing in episodes of many medical dramas, police shows and situation comedies, often returning to the same programs in several different roles.

    It was his role as Dr. Dreyfuss, the bemused and benevolent neighbor of Jack Lemmon who saves a suicidal Shirley MacLaine in "The Apartment," that presaged his success as the warm patriarch on "Webster" (1985 to 1987). In 1994 he played another Greek grandfather — one who dies while visiting the sitcom family — in an episode of "Full House." His final role was in the 1997 film "'Til There Was You."

  • 03/26/02: If you are ever in Peru, you will be pleased to know Webster airs there Sundays at 2-3pm on Television Nacional de Peru (TNP) Canal 7

    Emmanuel Lewis in Denny's commercial

  • 02/07/02: Emmanuel Lewis has been spotted in a recent Denny's commercial

    Former Child Stars: The Story of America's Least Wanted

  • A new book "Former Child Stars: The Story of America's Least Wanted" by Joal Ryan has been released. A chapter on Emmanuel Lewis is included.

    An in-depth look at the psychological effects of finding fame at a young age. Dana Plato didn't believe Diff'rent Strokes was ill-fated. "I would have crashed and burned no matter what," the ex-primetimer said in 1997. And then, two years later, she crashed and burned for good - dead of an apparent suicide. She was 34 and, commonly perceived as the latest victim of something far greater than Diff'rent Strokes - Plato had succumbed to the former child star "curse."

    Or had she? Former Child Star is the first in-depth look at a generation's virtual peers - from Dana Plato to Gary Coleman, from Ricky Nelson to Rick Schroder and beyond. No mere where-are-they-now? retread, Former Child Star asks the question: Why are they now? Why do most ex-kid actors turn out just fine, while others dwell in tabloid (or worse) hell?

    Author Joal Ryan, the journalist and keeper of an acclaimed Web site on tv former child stars, is ready with answers. Tracing the behind-the-scenes history of the tv child actor from the 1950s to today, Ryan examines the successes of the Ron Howards, the trying times of the Gary Colemans, the burnouts of the Dana Platos. She finds that the real curse faced by these familiar faces is our "celebrity-or-bust" culture. Drawing on first-hand interviews with players who appeared on My Three Sons, The Brady Bunch, One Day at a Time, Diff'rent Strokes, and more, Ryan weaves a compelling tale that is as much a treatise on the culture of celebrity as it is a really cool book about kids we grew up watching grow up.

    For more information and to purchase:


  • Subscribe to USA TODAY and get 24% off

    The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows: 1946-Present
    The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows: 1946-Present (Book)

    Webster: Mailing List

    Subscribe to webster
    Powered by tv.groups.yahoo.com

  • Join and talk about Webster (the episodes, the characters, what the cast members are currently doing, etc.) - over 100+ subscribers!

    Webster Mailing List

    Webster News

  • Long time Webster fan Shawn McCarthy has started a petition to bring Webster back to tv, you can sign it below:

    Bring Back Webster on tv! Petition

  • R.I.P. Webster on WGN-TV (Chicago): September 21, 1998 - September 2, 1999

  • From long-time Webster fan Matthew Anscher: "I just realized a bit of irony. When ABC pulled the plug on Webster in '87, they replaced it with Full House. When WGN pulled the plug on Webster reruns in '99, they replaced it with Full House. Both times I would have vomited."

    Worldwide Webster:

    09/06/06: Webster joins the ME-TV (WMME-TV in Chicago) lineup September 18th - weekdays at 4PM CT

    Webster can be seen in the Toronto, Ontario Canada area on CTS weekdays at 1:30PM Eastern.

    Webster can currently be seen on Monday mornings at 8:30 on KQBN (a Spanish station) in Tucson, Arizona.

    Henrik "Lewis" of Sweden has informed me that he watches Webster on a station in Norway on his satellite dish.

    Natasja Haast has said Webster is being re-run in Holland/The Netherlands.

    Lucy Tsappis and Ernie Colaco have told me Webster is shown in Cyprus CyBC 2 at 6:15pm Monday-Friday.

    Cesar Dominguez writes that Webster airs in Peru on Sundays at 2-3pm on Television Nacional de Peru (TNP) Canal 7

    Lee e-mailed me and said "for more than 2 years tvdanmark 2 in denmark has been showing webster on saturdays and sundays at 10 am. I have a link to prove it http://www.tvdanmark.dk/indhold/subsites/alle_programmer/ well, actually its just a list showing all the programs on the channel, u'll find webster under 'serier'. This information was also provided by Jesper Thiesen.

    If Webster airs in your area, please...for the sake of Webster fans everywhere...let me know!

    visitors since June 30th, 1999.

    Please send any comments, questions, additional information, or pictures to me at the e-mail address below:

    © 1999-2016, Sitcoms Online Contact Form

    For hundreds and hundreds of sitcom links, please visit my main page:

    Sitcoms Online.com
     Happy Days Online
     Diff'rent Strokes Online
     Gimme A Break Online
     Mork & Mindy Online
     The Courtship of Eddie's Father Online
     Joanie Loves Chachi Online
     Hello, Larry Online
     Please Don't Eat the Daisies Online
     Webster Online
     The Hogan Family Online
     Silver Spoons Online
     Family Ties Online
     The Facts of Life Online
     Charles in Charge Online
     Leave it to Beaver Online

    List previous 5 sites Go back Random Pick Go to the next site List the next 5 sites 80s * Net 80s * Net

    Join the brotherhood - I have!

    Site Guide
    Message Board
    Show info
    Cast info
    Episode Guide
    Picture Galleries
    Theme songs/Video clips
    Did you know?
    Biographies/Where are they now?
    Mailing List
    Sitcoms Online