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  • At the same time, to help fulfill the network's contract with Bewitched, Asher and Harry Ackerman created another ABC sitcom for the 1972–1973 season entitled Temperatures Rising.Bewitched-Wikipedia
  • Contemporaneous media reports showed that viewers liked Lynde but not The Paul Lynde Show, and liked another ABC show, Temperatures Rising, but disliked co-star James Whitmore.Paul Lynde-Wikipedia
  • From 1972 to 1973, Whitmore played Dr. Vincent Campanelli in the short-lived ABC medical sitcom Temperatures Rising.James Whitmore-Wikipedia
  • Van Ark was also a regular castmember of the short-lived television sitcoms Temperatures Rising (1972–73) and We've Got Each Other (1977–78).Joan Van Ark-Wikipedia
  • He then starred on the ABC sitcom Temperatures Rising, which aired in three different iterations from 1972–74, with Little's character of Dr. Jerry Noland as the only common element.Cleavon Little-Wikipedia
  • On television, Houser portrayed Muff on We'll Get By, orderly Haskell on The New Temperatures Rising Show and Jeremy Fenton on It Takes Two.Jerry Houser-Wikipedia

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