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  02-10-2019, 04:24 PM
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...With Typewriters.

It was aired on TV around <1990-1994 during prime-time/late night. I think it showed a clock in an office too (not 100% sure though). I remember that it was aired on Nick at Nite, but it may have been aired on another channel instead (memory of a 4-5 yo, 27 years ago).

I haven't heard that song since I was a kid. I would really like to find it in order to bring back the fond memories of my childhood (my parents would always watch it, everyday). I looked for it on the TV lineup, asked around, and even looked for it on YT, but no luck at all My parents don't even remember which show I am referring to.

Can anybody at least find me the the shows with the intros or outros having typewriters involved? I know it was a lady who sang the theme song. It was a chill but upbeat/happy theme song with a few basic lyrics. Thanks!

Update: It is NOT Press Gang BTW, just in case you are wondering. I believe is was a more classic series from the 70's or 80's, but the show aired in the early 90's too.

Update 2: It is not 9 to 5, Lou Grant, Stephen J Cannell, Mary Tyler Moore. I looked for it in the Wikipedia list-->YouTube before, intros and closing credits. No luck yet.
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