30 minutes

The young son of a widower plays matchmaker for his dad, often with humorous and touching results. The series, based on the 1963 Glenn Ford-Ronny Howard film, was produced by costar James Komack, who later did 'Welcome Back, Kotter.'
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Nov 17, 2014 12:07PM EST
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This show depicts the life of a young father raising his son on his own. Bill Bixby is an excellent actor and he is fabulous as the protagonist. A very likable show whose premise hasn't changed much over the years, it is difficult to raise a child alone.

This show depicts the life of a young father raising his son on his own. Bill Bixby is an excellent actor and he is fabulous as the protagonist. A very likable show whose premise hasn't changed much over the years, it is difficult to raise a child alone.

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Jan 30, 2017 3:46AM EST
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This was a sweet show. It's a shame "they" decided to change the focus away from the father/son relationship. Bixby didn't like the direction it was going. And so we're left with a lot of sweet repeats.

This was a sweet show. It's a shame "they" decided to change the focus away from the father/son relationship. Bixby didn't like the direction it was going. And so we're left with a lot of sweet repeats.