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Not that Tabitha is without its TV Land charms. Reprising their roles from the original series are Sandra Gould and a bearded George Tobias as Gladys and Abner Kravitz in "The Arrival of Nancy," and Bernard Fox as Dr. Bombay in "Tabitha's Party." These episodes also feature welcome appearances by, respectively, Fred Willard as a gold-chain-wearing swinger and Werner "Col. Klink" Klemperer. For undiscriminating couch potatoes, Tabitha, may cast an irresistible guilty pleasure spell. However, fans of the original series will probably feel less bewitched than bothered and bewildered. --Donald Liebenson
Tabitha's aunt is interfering, but much nicer than the original Endora (Samantha's mother).
The negatives: The series doesn't follow the "logic" of the original "Bewitched" (for whatever logic the show had in the first place!).
After watching the show one more time its cute and even Lisa Hartman is a little skinny she has a beautiful face and eyes.
While the cast is quite good, the writing is drivel; only the portrayal of Tabitha as a bright and engaging career gal comes close to being satisfying. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Wilson
The first thing that struck me about Tabitha, is how 70's it is. I mean, holy moly, Tabitha is all 70's. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Tserkezis
I love this series. It was a cute idea for a spin off to Bewitched. Too bad the series did not last longer.Published 3 months ago by Cat1004