ALICE was a half-hour comedy series which ran for nine seasons between 1976-1985, with 202 episodes being produced.
The setting was "Mel's Diner," a truck stop diner situated in Phoenix, Arizona. Here viewers watched the comical antics of Mel, the diner's owner and cook, and his waitresses, Alice, Vera, Flo, Belle, and Jolene, as well as Alice's son, Tommy. To explore this site and learn more about this highly successful series, browse through the links at the top.
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Alice Seasons 1-9
Flo Season 1
Remembering Philip McKeon
Philip McKeon, the former child actor best known for his role on the CBS sitcom "Alice," died Tuesday, according to Jeff Ballard, a family spokesman. He was 55.
"We are all beyond heartbroken and devastated over Phil's passing," the spokesman said. "His wonderful sense of humor, kindness and loyalty will be remembered by all who crossed his path in life."
Philip, who resided in Wimberly, Texas, is survived by his mother, Barbara, and his sister, the actress Nancy McKeon, Ballard said.
Alice Season 9 is now available.
All Alice seasons have now been released. See the DVD page for more information.
Alice: Life Behind the Counter in Mel’s Greasy Spoon takes you behind the scenes of one of television’s most beloved sitcoms. It all started with Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award–winning film Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. Learn how the movie and series were developed, peruse the fact-filled episode log, and test your Alice trivia knowledge with a fan quiz featuring over 120 questions.
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