Good Morning, Miss Bliss

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  • TV-G
  • 1988
  • 1 Season
  • 6.8  (2,108)

Good Morning, Miss Bliss is a teen sitcom that aired on Disney Channel from 1987 to 1989. The show starred British actress Hayley Mills as Miss Carrie Bliss, a middle school teacher in Indianapolis, Indiana. The series revolved around the lives of Miss Bliss and her students, who navigate the trials and tribulations of growing up.

The show's premise follows Miss Bliss as she tries to balance her job as a teacher, her personal life, and her relationships with her students. Miss Bliss is a warm and compassionate teacher who genuinely cares about her students and is willing to do whatever it takes to help them succeed. She is always willing to listen to her students' problems and offer them advice, making her a beloved figure in the school.

The show's main characters include Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), Lisa Turtle (Lark Voorhies), Samuel “Screech” Powers (Dustin Diamond), Mikey Gonzalez (Max Battimo), and Andrea “Andie” Larson (Jodie Sweetin). Each episode centers around one or more of the main characters, as they deal with issues that are specific to their age group.

For example, in one episode, Zack tries to win the affections of a girl in his class by entering a science fair. In another episode, Andie struggles with the pressure to conform to her peers' expectations. Despite dealing with heavy topics, the show maintains a light-hearted tone and never loses sight of what it means to be a kid.

The show also tackles more serious issues, such as divorce and death. In one episode, Miss Bliss confronts the death of a former student, helping her current students understand and process their grief. In another episode, Zack discovers that his parents are getting a divorce and has to come to terms with the changes happening in his family.

Despite its short run, Good Morning, Miss Bliss is fondly remembered by fans and critics alike. The show stands out in its ability to balance humor with heart, making it relatable to both children and adults. The show also spawned a spinoff, Saved by the Bell, which premiered in 1989 on NBC and ran for four seasons.

In conclusion, Good Morning, Miss Bliss is a charming and heart-warming teen sitcom that balances humor with poignant moments. Miss Bliss and her students are relatable and engaging characters who tackle the ups and downs of growing up with humor and heart. The show is still beloved by fans and stands the test of time as a well-written and well-acted sitcom that deals with real issues that children face.

Good Morning, Miss Bliss is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on November 30, 1988.

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The Mentor
13. The Mentor
March 18, 1989
In order to get some paperwork completed, Miss Bliss looks for a substitute teacher to take over her class in her absence. When her former History teacher and mentor arrives for a visit, Miss Bliss recommends Mr. Lyman for the job.
Clubs and Cliques
12. Clubs and Cliques
March 11, 1989
After being asked to join an elite club at school, Zack soon learns that embarrassing himself to be popular isn't worth losing his friends.
11. Stevie
March 4, 1989
After learning that a rocker named Stevie will perform a song at school, Zack makes a bet with Nikki that he can get a kiss from her.
Practical Jokes
10. Practical Jokes
February 25, 1989
During the Hoosier Harvest Week, Miss Bliss' students try to pull the ultimate prank on her. When it looks like one of them finally succeeded, all clues lead to Screech being the culprit. Looking to teach the class about the American judicial system, Miss Bliss decides to let them work as judge and jury to see if Screech really did it.
Let's Get Together
9. Let's Get Together
February 18, 1989
An argument among students over a class project helps Miss Bliss clear up her differences with a longtime friend.
The Boy Who Cried Rat
8. The Boy Who Cried Rat
February 11, 1988
Principal Belding smells a rat when the school is plagued by rodents just as Zack is due to take an important midterm.
Save the Last Dance for Me
7. Save the Last Dance for Me
February 4, 1989
At a school mixer, Zack encourages a friend to ask a girl to dance -- but the girl would rather dance with Zack.
The Showdown
6. The Showdown
January 4, 1989
The gang encourages Screech to stand up to a bully, unaware of the reason behind the boy's tough exterior.
Parents and Teachers
5. Parents and Teachers
December 28, 1988
Zack won't admit it, but he's disturbed by the chemistry between his father and his teacher.
Leaping to Conclusions
4. Leaping to Conclusions
December 21, 1988
A student's refusal to dissect a frog in biology class sparks a controversy among her peers.
Wall Street
3. Wall Street
December 14, 1988
Zack bullishly hopes he can make enough money on the stock market to pay for damages done to his father's VCR.
Love Letters
2. Love Letters
December 7, 1988
Complications of the romantic kind arise when Miss Bliss intercepts a love note intended for Lisa.
Summer Love
1. Summer Love
November 30, 1988
When Zack and his friends begin a new school year, he gets a big surprise to find his summer girlfriend roaming the halls of the junior high. After letting her think he is in high school, Zack turns to Miss Bliss to help him out of his dilemma.
Where to Watch Good Morning, Miss Bliss
Good Morning, Miss Bliss is available for streaming on the Disney website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Good Morning, Miss Bliss on demand at Vudu and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    November 30, 1988
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (2,108)