The New Leave It to Beaver

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TBS (ended 1989)

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The New Leave It to Beaver

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The New Leave It to Beaver was a sequel to the 1950s sitcom, Leave it to Beaver. The premise had Wally Cleaver and younger brother, Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver all grown up, with families of their own. Theodore is divorced, but his sons, Kip and Oliver live with him and they all live with his widow mom, June Cleaver in the suburbs. Wally lives next door with his wife and daughter Kelly and, later, son Kevin joins the brood. Eddie Haskell is still around, and he has a family as well, but Eddie will always be Eddie, and his two sons are no different. The New Leave It To Beaver began with the 1983 CBS film Still The Beaver, and was picked up in 1984 as a Disney Channel series with the same name. But it only lasted one season and was then picked up by TBS in 1986 and renamed The New Leave It To Beaver. The series lasted until 1989 and 101 total episodes were made. Broadcast History 1983----CBS----TV movie 1984-1985----Disney Channel----Series 1986-1989----TBS----Seriesmoreless
Ken Osmond

Ken Osmond

Eddie Haskell

Barbara Billingsley

Barbara Billingsley

June Cleaver

Tony Dow

Tony Dow

Wallace 'Wally' Cleaver

Jerry Mathers

Jerry Mathers

Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver

Frank Bank

Frank Bank

Clarence 'Lumpy' Rutherford

Giovanni Ribisi

Giovanni Ribisi

Duffy Guthrie (recurring)

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  • Bring it back as soon as possible

    9.9
    I was shocked to check the fall chanels and find out it had been taken off. I watched it on SUN TV every day from 12:00 to 12:30. It was "my" time to relax and unwind before the day went into maximum overdrive.

    I would like to see it back, even, if it means watching reruns. Shows like this are a form of relaxation to many of us. A time we can put our feet up and just go back in time to a time of simple pleasures and simple solutions with a family with "real" family values.

    I was sad to hear of the passng of "Hugh" he was a great actor and an even greater TV dad.

    God Bless all who had anything to do with the making of the program and please please bring it back.

    Regards Mrs. Stuartmoreless

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