We Got It Made

We Got It Made was a situation comedy that ran on NBC from September 8, 1983 until the following March.  At first, sufficient audiences tuned in to the series which was about a gorgeous woman (Teri Copley) working as a housekeeper for two single men (Tom Villard and Matt McCoy) and getting involved in their lives and love lives.  After a short while, viewers began to drift away and so did the show.

Usually, that’s the end of a series like that and it’s never heard from again.  But in 1987, We Got It Made came back to TV in a syndicated version.  Copley and Villard returned, McCoy was replaced by John Hilner and most of the supporting cast also changed.  This version didn’t click either and while it lasted out the year, that was it.