List of Night Court Episodes

List Of Night Court Episodes

The following is a list of episodes for the NBC sitcom Night Court. The series aired from January 4, 1984 to May 31, 1992 during 9 seasons with 193 episodes produced.

Read more about List Of Night Court EpisodesSeries Overview, Season 1 (1984), Season 2 (1984–1985), Season 3 (1985–1986), Season 4 (1986–1987), Season 5 (1987–1988), Season 6 (1988–1989), Season 7 (1989–1990), Season 8 (1990–1991), Season 9 (1991–1992)

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List Of Night Court Episodes - Season 9 (1991–1992)
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