Crew : Nick Santora, David Shore, Nicholas Wootton, William N. Fordes, Arthur W. Forney, Lewis Gould, Jeffrey L. Hayes, Kati Johnston, Gary Karr, Lynn Mamet, Kathy McCormick, Barry Schindel, Richard Sweren, Billy Fox, David Black, I. C. Rapoport, Ed Zuckerman, Michael S. Chernuchin, Morgan Gendel, Gardner Stern
Production Companies : Wolf Films, Universal Television.
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