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My Sister Sam Title screen Genre Sitcom Created by Stephen Fischer Written by Lisa Albert Dennis Danzinger Diane English Stephen Fischer Karyl Miller Danny Jacobson Gary Murphy Tom Palmer Ellen Sandler Ramona Schindelheim Korby Siamis Larry Strawther Directed by Peter Bonerz Zane Buzby Matthew Diamond James Gardner Ellen Gittelsohn Barnet Kellman Steve Zuckerman Starring Pam Dawber Rebecca Schaeffer Theme music composer John Bettis Steve Dorff Opening theme "Room Enough for Two" performed by Kim Carnes Composer(s) Steve Dorff Country of origin United States Language(s) English No. of seasons 2 No. of episodes 44 Production Executive producer(s) Diane English Producer(s) Danny Jacobson Karyl Miller Korby Siamis Editor(s) Dann Cahn Tucker Wiard Camera setup Multi-camera Running time 22–24 min Production company(s) Pony Productions Warner Bros. Television Broadcast Original channel CBS Original run October 6, 1986 (1986-10-06) – April 12, 1988 (1988-04-12) Status Ended My Sister Sam is an American situation comedy series that aired on CBS from 1986 to 1988. It was created by Stephen Fischer and executive produced by Diane English. Contents 1 Plot 2 Production 3 Rebecca Schaeffer's death 4 Cast 4.1 Guest stars 5 Theme song 6 Syndication 7 Awards and nominations 8 External links Plot The life of San Francisco photographer Sam Russell (Pam Dawber) is disrupted when her teenage sister Patti (Rebecca Schaeffer) comes to live with her. Production The original title was Taking the Town in reference to Sam's career of photographer. This was changed to My Sister Sam prior to the series debut. The series premiered in 1986. After it achieved success on Monday nights CBS changed its schedule and moved My Sister Sam to Saturday night opposite NBC's successful comedy lineup. The show's audience dwindled to one of the lowest on network TV. CBS cancelled My Sister Sam mid-1988 after only half of the second season had aired. Rebecca Schaeffer's death Regular cast member Rebecca Schaeffer was murdered July 18, 1989, more than a year after the show had been canceled and had left the air. Dawber, Brooks, Naughton and O'Hara reunited to film a public service announcement about violence prevention. The spot began with voiceover narration by Dawber over a cast photo from My Sister Sam. As Dawber spoke about Schaeffer's murder by a stalker the vision transitioned into a film shot of the remaining cast members. They stood in the same positions they had in the photo, with a gap representing Schaeffer's spot. The rest of the cast also spoke out on violence prevention. Cast Pam Dawber as Samantha "Sam" Russell Rebecca Schaeffer as Patricia "Patti" Russell Joel Brooks as Jordan Dylan "J.D." Lucas Jenny O'Hara as Dixie Randazzo David Naughton as Jack Kincaid Guest stars Notable guest stars in the series included Scott Bakula (episode 1.7), JoAnn Willette (episode 1.18), Rob Estes (episode 2.18), Ed Marinaro (episode 2.19), and Cristine Rose (episode 2.20). Theme song The theme song "Room Enough for Two" was written by Steve Dorff and John Bettis and performed by Kim Carnes. Dorff won a BMI TV Music Award in 1987 for his work on the series. Syndication USA Network picked up syndication rights to the series, eventually running all 44 episodes, including those never shown on CBS. Awards and nominations Year Award Result Category Recipient 1987 BMI Film & TV Awards Won BMI TV Music Award Steve Dorff 1987 Primetime Emmy Award Nominated Outstanding Costume Design for a Series Bill Hargate (costume designer) (For episode "Jingle Bell Rock Bottom") External links My Sister Sam at the Internet Movie Database My Sister Sam at My Sister Sam at