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Another World
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Debuted

May 4, 1964

Final Episode

June 25, 1999

Created by

Number of Episodes

8891

Network

NBC

Running Time

  • 30 Minutes (1964-1975)
  • 60 Minutes (1975-1979; 1980-1999)
  • 90 Minutes (1979-1980)

Another World ran on NBC from May 4, 1964 until June 25, 1999.

Head Writers and Executive Producers History[]

Executive Producers

TENURE NAME
May 1964-March 1965
  • Allen M. Potter
March 1965-October 1965
  • Doris Quinlan
November 1965-January 1969
  • Allen M. Potter
  • Charles Fisher
  • Paul Robert
  • Mary Harris
February 1969-August 1971
  • Mary Harris
  • Lyle B. Harris
August 1971-December 1983
  • Paul Rauch
December 1983-February 1984
  • Paul Rauch
  • Allen M. Potter
March 1984-July 1985
  • Stephen Schenkel
August 1985-March 1986
  • Stephen Schenkel
  • John Whitesell
March 1986-January 1988
  • John Whitesell
February 1988-April 1988
  • John Whitesell
  • Michael Laibson
September 12, 1988-November 1992
  • Michael Laibson
November 1992-November 1994
  • Michael Laibson
  • Terri Guarnieri
  • John Valente
November 1994-August 1995
August 1995-May 1996
  • Jill Farren Phelps
May 1996-January 1997
  • Jill Farren Phelps
  • Charlotte Savitz
January 1997-July 1998
  • Charlotte Savitz
July 1998-June 1999
  • Charlotte Savitz
  • Christopher Goutman

Head Writers

TENURE NAME
May 1964-March 1965
  • Irna Phillips
  • William J. Bell
March 1965-October 1965
November 1965-January 1969
February 1969-August 1971
  • Robert Cenedella
August 1971-May 11, 1979
  • Harding Lemay
May 14, 1979-November 1979
  • Tom King
November 1979-December 1980
  • Tom King
  • Robert Soderberg
December 1980-November 1982
  • L. Virginia Browne
November 1982
  • Robert Soderberg
November 1982-December 1983
  • Robert Soderberg
  • Dorothy Ann Purser
December 1983-February 1984
  • Dorothy Ann Purser
March 1984-June 1984
July 1984-January 1985
January 1985-July 1985
  • Gary Tomlin
August 1985-March 1986
March 1986-January 1988
February 1988-April 1988
September 12, 1988-November 10, 1988
  • Harding Lemay
November 1988-November 1992
  • Donna Swajeski
November 1992-November 1994
  • Peggy Sloane
  • Samuel D. Ratcliffe
November 1994-August 1995
August 1995-May 1996
  • Tom King
  • Craig Carlson
May 1996-January 1997
  • Margaret DePriest
January 1997-March 1997
  • Elizabeth Page
  • Tom King
  • Craig Carlson
March 1997-April 1997
  • Tom King
  • Craig Carlson
April 1997-December 1997
  • Michael Malone
December 1997-May 1998
  • Richard Culliton
May 1998-July 1998
July 1998
  • Jean Passanante
July 1998-June 1999
  • Leah Laiman
  • Jean Passanante

Daytime Emmy Awards/Nominations[]

Preceded by
The Young and the Restless (1975)
Drama Series Winner
1976
Succeeded by
Ryan's Hope (1977)
Preceded by
The Edge of Night (1974)
Writing Team Winner
1975
Succeeded by
Days of our Lives (1976)
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