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Rick and Amanda Tucker are a married couple who own and operate their own private-detective agency. Her powers are a tremendous asset in solving cases, although they also have a tendency to get them into trouble. Written by
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The cast list here couldn't be more wrong. Tucker's Witch was one of my favorite shows from the 80s and actually lasted for 12 episodes. The list says that Catherine Hicks and Tim Matheson were Rick and Amanda for only one episode. They were Rick and Amanda Tucker during the entire run, not only for one episode as listed here. Kim Cattrall and Art Hindle were originally cast, but they were never actually in an episode. I can't imagine this show with "Samantha Jones" in the title role! And who knows what happened to Art Hindle? For whatever reason the casting change was made, it was a good one as Hicks and Matheson worked very well together. The delightful Barbara Barrie played her mother, and the fabulous Alfre Woodard was their assistant.
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