It's time for another Bewitched spinoff. This time around, Adam can be a really hot gay househusband warlock who has to juggle kids, his husband Luke who has a very demanding exec job, a sassy nympho witch sister who's always bringing hot guys to Adam's house to tempt him, dotty old Uncle Clara (played by Richard Simmons), mom/BFF Sam who is the source of all knowledge and wisdom, slightly homophobic dad Darrin, grandma Endora who always likes to fuck up Adam's hubby's day because he's not good enough for her favorite grandchild, and the nosy Rethuglican str8 neighbors who are always trying to cause trouble for Adam's family. Oh, and Luke's really hot boss who's always hitting on Adam (much to Adam's chagrin) while Luke doesn't have a clue.
A few years later in 1977, they again attempted a Bewitched spinoff called which WAS sold to ABC. A few other people who wrote or worked on Bewitched in some way were involved with the Tabitha series, and much of the crew such as make-up was the same. Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick Sargent were not involved. Unfortunately, Erin & Diane Murphy were also not involved in the show since they were only young teens at the time and the show focused on a 22 year old young professional who worked as a Production Assistant at TV station KXLA on the Paul Thurston Show (Paul was Tabitha's romantic interest). This time, Tabitha ended up being played by Lisa Hartman (Susan Dey of Partridge Family fame was asked to play the role, but she turned it down - a brunette Tabitha??? I don't think so!) Many fans were disillusioned by the fact that Erin & Diane were not playing the role, as they had apparently forgotten that "Tabitha" would not have been old enough to fill the bill in 1977; many fans even wrote Elizabeth Montgomery to complain! Interestingly, even though Erin did not star in the show, she still gets small royalty checks because she supplied the show with photos of herself as a child which were used in the opening sequence. It is still being shown SOMEWHERE around the world! Lisa Hartman sang the opening theme herself.