8:00 AM Monday • April 20
Julia Baker is a young African-American woman working as a nurse. She is also a widow (her husband died in Vietnam) trying to raise a young son alone. Julia is the first weekly series to depict an African American woman in a non-stereotypical role.
Hannah Yarby is beside herself with anticipation trepidation. The eligible widower she met in Rome is coming for a visit.
Hannah Yarby's (Lurene Tuttle) wedding plans save Julia fromgetting the sack from her job.
Corey learns a lesson in bigotry.
A salesman has more success impressing Corey than he does Julia.
Julia's problem: a teenage boy has a crush on her.
Ever have a budding drummer in the neighborhood? Julia's neighbor is driving her crazy.
The doctor orders Julia to rest up. But reckons without her well meaning friends
Ever take the kids on a car trip? Watch Julia on her disastrous trek to Nevada.
An engineer seems the perfect match for Julia.
Julia's friends pitch in to make Corey's Christmas a happy one.
Julia gets herself wound up in a string of problems, an overly aggressive suitor, her frantic search for a baby sitter and Corey's Indian-knot craze.
A blind date involves Julia in a fight against prejudice
Hannah has a case of wedding jitters
In Las Vegas, Julia fills in for Tank's ailing vocalist
Uncle Lou comes to visit.
Corey refuses to go to the dentist and it's not because he's afraid.
Julia must choose between a better job and her friends.
An artist romanticizes life for Corey.
Julia tries to convince her son that girls are human, too
Julia regards Steve Bruce as just a friend until her housekeeper sets her sights on him.
Julia's date wants to borrow money from her.
A football player and black militant becomes the target of Julia's recruiting efforts at work.
Dr. Chegley's uncle pays them a visit.
Julia must entertain Leonard's bumbling sister Hilda.
Julia takes up bowling to score a hit with Steve.
As Julia's romance with Steve progresses, so does son Corey's jealousy.
Marie has a plan to jumpstart her marriage.
Name-calling becomes a problem at work and at home.
Julia Baker is a young African-American woman working as a nurse. She is also a widow (her husband died in Vietnam) trying to raise a young son alone.
Diahann Carroll is the consummate entertainer. So varied and dynamic are her gifts that she continually astounds fans and critics alike with her versatility and magnetism. She is one of America's major performing talents appearing in nightclubs, the Broadway stage, a Las Vegas headliner, in motion pictures and television. Diahann Carroll is a Tony Award winner, an Emmy and Grammy nominee, a Golden Globe winner and a Best Actress Oscar nominee.
Lloyd Nolan (1902-1985) enjoyed a long career in movies and television including roles in popular shows such as "77 Sunset Strip" and "Julia."
Marc Copage started as a child actor on the sitcom "Julia". Over the years he has appeared in television, film, stage and is also a recording artist.