Who Wrote The Series, 'Cheers'?


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The American sitcom Cheers was written by its creators: James Burrows, and Glen and Les Charles.

About Cheers Cheers was a comedy sitcom that ran from 1982 to 1993. It was set in a bar in Boston, Massachusetts, and the episodes revolved around the adventures of the barman Sam Malone and his regular clients.

One of the main reasons that Cheers was so popular is because it was one of the first shows of its type which didn't talk down to the audience - the writers thought that the viewers were intelligent enough to follow the story-line and appreciate the humor by themselves.

Produced by James Burrows and Les and Glen Charles, the show aired for 273 successful episodes. It actually went relatively un-noticed when it first went on air, but by the end of the first season it had drawn millions of viewers across the States.

Cheers ran for eleven series, and was also the source for a spin-off show, Frazier, which became just as successful as its parent sitcom.
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Shezan Shaikh answered
'Cheers' is a comedy serial based in America. It is a situational based comedy.

'Cheers' was originally created by the team of Les Charles, Glen Charles and James Burrows.
David Angell was the main writer for 'Cheers' series, and wrote many episodes.

Cheers became a huge success mainly because of the style it was written in.

The series earned a total of 117 Emmy nominations, winning a total of 26 Emmy's. It also earned 31 Golden Globe nominations, out of which it won only 6. In 1991 the series was awarded a Golden Globe award for Best TV Series.

In 1983, 1984, 1989 and 1991 'Cheers' won the Emmy for "Outstanding Comedy Series". During the 2006 'TV Land Awards' the serial was presented with the "Legend Awards".

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