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| bölüm_sayısı = 189
| yönetici_yapımcı = {{Madde işaretsiz liste|Budd Grossman <small>(1. sezon)</small>|[[Howard Leeds]] <small>(2–6. sezon)</small>|[[Blake Hunter]] <small>(5–7. sezon)</small>|Martin Cohan <small>(7. sezon)</small>|[[Bob Brunner]]<ref name=variety>{{citehaber newskaynağı|ad=|soyadı=|başlık=Bob Brunner, 'Happy Days' writer, dies |url=https://www.variety.com/article/VR1118061908?refCatId=14 |eser=[[Variety (dergi)|Variety]] |tarih=8 Kasım 2012|erişimtarihi=27 Kasım 2012}}</ref>|Ken Hecht <small>(8. sezon)</small>}}
| yapımcı = {{Madde işaretsiz liste|[[Howard Leeds]]|Herbert Kenwith <small>(1. sezon)</small>|Martin Cohan <small>(1–6. sezon)</small>|Ben Starr <small>(2–4. sezon)</small>|Bruce Taylor <small>(7. sezon)</small>|Al Aidekman|Richard Gurman <small>(8. sezon)</small>}}
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'''''Diff'rent Strokes''''', 3 Kasım 1978'den 4 Mayıs 1985'e kadar [[NBC]] kanalında, 27 Eylül 1985'ten 7 Mart 1986'ya kadar [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]] kanalında yayınlanan ABD yapımı [[durum komedisi]] (sitcom) dizisi. Dizide [[Gary Coleman]] ve [[Todd Bridges]], zengin dul iş adamı Phillip Drummond ([[Conrad Bain]]) ve kızı Kimberly ([[Dana Plato]]) tarafından dolandırılan ve [[Harlem]]'li [[Afrikalı Amerikalılar|Afrikalı Amerikalı]] Arnold ve Willis Jackson karakterlerini canlandırırlar.<ref>{{citehaber newskaynağı |başlık=Diff'rent Strokes: Complete First Season|eser=DVD Talk|url=https://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/12268/diffrent-strokes-complete-first-season/|erişimtarihi=16 Ağustos 2010}}</ref><ref>{{citehaber newskaynağı|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes: The Complete Second Season|eser=DVD Talk|url=https://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/20017/diffrent-strokes-the-complete-second-season/|erişimtarihi=16 Ağustos 2010}}</ref> İlk sezon ve ikinci sezonun yarısında [[Charlotte Rae]] de Drummond'ların hizmetlisi Mrs. Edna Garrett rolüyle dizide yer aldı ve daha sonra kendi durum komedisi ''[[The Facts of Life (dizi)|The Facts of Life]]''{{'}}a geçti. İkinci hizmetli Adelaide Brubaker rolünü [[Nedra Volz]], üçüncü hizmetli Pearl Gallagher rolünü, daha sonra başrole alınan [[Mary Jo Catlett]] aldı. Coleman, Bridges ve Plato'yu birer şöhret haline getiren dizi, [[ırkçılık]], [[madde bağımlılığı]], [[alkolizm]], [[otostop]], [[Kişiyi hürriyetinden yoksun kılma|adam kaçırma]] ve [[çocuk istismarı]] gibi temaların dramatik bir şekilde işlendiği "[[çok özel bölüm]]ler"iyle bilinmektedir. Başrol oyuncuları, hayatlarının daha sonraki dönemlerinde yasal sorunlarla ve madde bağımlılığıyla yüzleşti; Plato ve Coleman sırasıyla 1999 ve 2010'de olmak üzere erken ölümleriyle gündeme geldi.
 
==Geçmiş==
The series was originally devised jointly to serve as a vehicle for Bain (after ''[[Maude (TV series)|Maude]]'' had abruptly finished production in 1978) and Coleman, a child actor who had caught producers' attentions after appearing in a number of commercials. An early rough outline for the series, featuring the characters created for Bain and Coleman, had the proposed title ''45 Minutes from Harlem'' (even though Harlem is only 10–15 minutes away from the Drummond residence by subway or taxi).<ref>{{citekitap bookkaynağı |başlık=The TV Guide TV Book: 40 Years of the All-Time Greatest Television Facts, Fads, Hits, and History |url=https://archive.org/details/tvguidetvbook40y00wein |url-access=registration |soyadı=Weiner |ad=Ed |yazar2=Editors of TV Guide |yıl=1992 |yayıncı=Harper Collins |konum=New York |isbn=0-06-096914-8 |sayfa=[https://archive.org/details/tvguidetvbook40y00wein/page/174 174]}}</ref> As the pitch was developed, Coleman's character gained an older brother and the daughter of Bain's character and a housekeeper was added to the line-up. The title eventually became ''Diff'rent Strokes,'' inspired by the quote "Different strokes for different folks" popularized by boxer [[Muhammad Ali]] in 1966 (Ali himself makes a guest appearance in the second season).<ref>{{citehaber newskaynağı |başlık=10 things you never knew about 'Diff'rent Strokes' |url=https://www.metv.com/lists/10-things-you-never-knew-about-diffrent-strokes |agency=[[MeTV]] |tarih=6 Şubat 2018}}</ref> The sitcom starred Coleman as Arnold Jackson and Bridges as his older brother, Willis. They played two children from a poor section of Harlem whose deceased mother previously worked for rich widower Philip Drummond (Bain), who eventually adopted them. They lived in a penthouse with Drummond, his daughter Kimberly (Plato) and their maid. There were three maids during the sitcom's run: [[Edna Garrett]] (Rae), Adelaide Brubaker (Volz) and Pearl Gallagher (Catlett). They lived in the Penthouse Suite at 697 [[Park Avenue (Manhattan)|Park Avenue]] in New York City. As Arnold, Coleman popularized the [[catchphrase]] "What'chu talkin' 'bout, Willis?" with the ending often varied, depending on whom he was addressing. Early episodes addressed typical issues in a family. As the series progressed, although sticking to more light-hearted sit-com themes in many episodes, at times it focused on more serious topics including drug abuse, alcoholism, hitchhiking, child abuse and crime, among other issues.
 
===1-4. sezonlar (1978-1982)===
 
===5-6. sezonlar (1982-1984)===
In Season 5, Catlett portrayed Pearl Gallagher, the last of the three maids and joined the cast as a series regular. Pearl appeared in almost every episode until the final season. Midway through the sixth season, Plato became pregnant and approached the producers of the show to include her pregnancy. Initially they agreed to add it, but they later decided not to add the pregnancy, with Plato's publicized brushes with substance abuse contributing to this decision, resulting in her dismissal from the series, with her character, Kimberly, written out of the storylines with the explanation that she moved to Paris to study for a couple of years. Plato did not appear as a regular cast member in the final two seasons of the series, but she made several guest appearances. At the same time, ratings were beginning to fall, so new characters were added to open up future storylines. [[Dixie Carter]] and [[Danny Cooksey]] portrayed recently divorced television aerobics instructor Margaret "Maggie" McKinney and her son Sam, respectively.<ref>{{citehaber newskaynağı|başlık= TV Playbook: ''Let's Add a Kid!''|eser= IGN|url= http://uk.tv.ign.com/articles/935/935812p2.html|erişimtarihi=15 Ağustos 2010}}</ref> Carter was introduced midway into the sixth season; after she left for [[California]], Drummond and the family took off after her, during a two-part trip in February 1984, a storyline which also introduced Sam. Phillip proposed to Maggie and they married. Several past characters attended the wedding ceremony including Dudley, Aunt Sophia, Adelaide and Mrs. Garrett.
 
===7. sezon (1984-1985)===
 
===8. sezon (1985-1986)===
In the spring of 1985, NBC canceled the series because of poor ratings. ABC picked up the series for an eighth season and aired it Friday nights. In this season, Mobley replaced Carter as Maggie McKinney Drummond. Mobley, who had previously played an unrelated, one-off love interest of Drummond's in the second-season episode "Teacher's Pet," was considered for Maggie when the role was created, but she was not initially chosen in part due to age disparity between her and Bain.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=y_9aAAAAIBAJ&sjid=5U0NAAAAIBAJ&pg=3384,3850530&dq=mary-ann-mobley+diff-rent-strokes&hl=en|başlık=The Durant Daily Democrat – Google News Archive Search|eser=google.com|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref> ABC canceled the series after 19 episodes and aired its final episode on March 7, 1986. The show returned to ABC's schedule in June for three months of summer reruns, which ended on August 30, 1986. The final season ranked 76th out of 106 shows and averaged an 11.5 household rating.{{citation needed|date=June 2013}}
 
==Oyuncular==
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| bolum1 = 24
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| bitis1 = {{End date|1979|5|4}}
| kanal1 = [[NBC]]
| link2 = #2. sezon (1979–80)
| bolum2 = 26
| basla2 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1979|9|21}}
| bitis2 = {{End date|1980|3|26}}
| ekstraA2 = 26
| link3 = #3. sezon (1980–81)
| bolum3 = 22
| basla3 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1980|11|12}}
| bitis3 = {{End date|1981|5|13}}
| ekstraA3 = 17
| link4 = #4. sezon (1981–82)
| bolum4 = 26
| basla4 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1981|10|29}}
| bitis4 = {{End date|1982|5|20}}
| ekstraA4 = {{N/A}}
| link5 = #5. sezon (1982–83)
| bolum5 = 24
| basla5 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1982|10|2}}
| bitis5 = {{End date|1983|5|14}}
| ekstraA5 = {{N/A}}
| link6 = #6. sezon (1983–84)
| bolum6 = 24
| basla6 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1983|10|1}}
| bitis6 = {{End date|1984|5|12}}
| ekstraA6 = {{N/A}}
| link7 = #7. sezon (1984–85)
| bolum7 = 24
| basla7 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1984|9|29}}
| bitis7 = {{End date|1985|5|4}}
| ekstraA7 = {{N/A}}
| link8 = #8. sezon (1985–86)
| bolum8 = 19
| basla8 = {{StartBaşlangıç datetarihi|1985|9|27}}
| bitis8 = {{End date|1986|3|7}}
| kanal8 = [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]
 
===Çok özel bölümler===
[[FileDosya:Nancyreagandiffrentstrokes.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Nancy Reagan on the set of ''Diff'rent Strokes'']]
''Diff'rent Strokes'' was also known for its many "very special episodes," most notably an anti-drug episode ("The Reporter") that featured [[First Lady of the United States|First Lady]] [[Nancy Reagan]], who promoted her "[[Just Say No]]" campaign and "[[The Bicycle Man]]," a two-part episode that guest starred [[Gordon Jump]] as a [[pedophilia|pedophile]] who lures Arnold and Dudley into his bicycle shop and attempts to [[child molestation|molest]] them. Another episode involved a [[con artist]] (played by [[Whitman Mayo]]) posing as a relative of Arnold and Willis in an attempt to get access to the inheritance they were left by a former neighbor. Another episode ("Skin Deep or True Blue") involved Kimberly's new boyfriend, Roger Morehouse, not allowing his sister, Emily ([[Melora Hardin]]), to go to their school's costume ball with Willis because he is black. A less serious episode ("Green Hair") had Kimberly's hair turning green from acid rain. In a two-part episode on the dangers of [[hitchhiking]] ("The Hitchhikers"), Kimberly and Arnold (who were out in the cold weather and didn't have money for cab or bus fare) were abducted by a serial kidnapper-rapist (played by Woody Eney), who initially acted as a good Samaritan by giving the two of them a ride and inviting them to his apartment. After the man's true nature became known, Arnold escaped to look for help and the man nearly raped Kimberly before the police arrived to arrest him. At the end of the episode, Bain (in an out-of-character [[Public Service Announcement|PSA]]) spoke about what to do if real life situations as the one portrayed on the show were to occur. Two notable episodes dealt with the consequences of [[alcoholism]]. In the first, season 5's "A Drinking Problem," Willis moves out of the penthouse to live with Jerry ([[Lawrence Monoson]]) who abuses alcohol. In the second, season 7's "Cheers to Arnold," Arnold must deal with Ricky ([[Robert Jayne]]), a classmate whom he catches drinking a thermos of alcohol in the school bathroom. In the final season (when the sitcom moved from NBC to ABC), the one-hour season opener ("Sam's Missing") revolved around Sam being kidnapped by Donald Brown ([[Royce D. Applegate]]), a bereaved father hoping to replace his own dead son, Tommy. In other notable episodes, such as season 8's "Bulimia," the family discovered that Kimberly was suffering from [[bulimia]]. In another episode, season 7's "A Special Friend," Arnold and Sam met Karen, a [[street performer]]. After a performance, she has an [[Epilepsy|epileptic]] seizure and Sam thinks she's dying. The boys then feel uncomfortable around her and when they begin making jokes about her seizures, they find out that housekeeper Pearl herself has epilepsy but, unlike Karen, controls her seizures by taking medication.
 
===Yan ürünler===
''[[The Facts of Life (TV series)|The Facts of Life]]'' (1979-1988) is a [[Spin-off (media)|spin-off]] of ''Diff'rent Strokes'' featuring Drummond's former maid Mrs. Garrett, who had accepted a job as the housemother for a dormitory at Eastland, an all-girls private school that Kimberly was attending. In a late first-season episode of ''Strokes'' ("The Girls School," which served as the "[[backdoor pilot]]" of ''Facts''), Mrs. Garrett took Kimberly to the school with the intent of helping her sew costumes for a school play. While there, Mrs. Garrett met Kimberly's classmates and was offered the job as "dorm mother." She declines in this episode, but come fall, clearly had a change of heart. The ''Diff'rent Strokes'' cast appeared in the first episode of ''The Facts of Life'' (at one point, Drummond asks Mrs. Garrett "Are you sure we can't change your mind to come back to us?"). The success of the spin-off led to several ''Strokes''/''Facts'' crossovers in the ensuing years. While not a spin-off, ''[[Hello, Larry]]'' (1979-1980) had a connection to ''Strokes'' as it was established in a [[Fictional crossover|crossover episode]] that Philip Drummond and Larry Alder ([[McLean Stevenson]]) were old Army buddies and Mr. Drummond had bought the company that owned the radio station where Larry worked as a talk show host. The episode "Almost American" (A.K.A. "Night School"), was the pilot for a potential spin-off series.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı |başlık=Almost American |url=https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0559935/ |agencyajans=[[IMDb]] |tarih=19 Nisan 2019}}</ref> Additionally, Arnold appeared on the ''[[Silver Spoons]]'' episode "The Great Computer Caper" and the ''[[Amazing Stories (1985 TV series)|Amazing Stories]]'' episode "Remote Control Man."
 
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===Popüler kültür===
In 2004, Coleman appeared on the [[The Surreal Life#Season 2|second season]] of ''[[The Surreal Life]]'' and was pressured to quote his famous [[catchphrase]] by [[Vanilla Ice]].<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/ron-jeremy-gary-coleman-hated-saying-whatchu-talkin-bout-line-2010305|başlık=Ron Jeremy: Gary Coleman Hated Saying "Whatchu Talkin' Bout" Line|tarih=30 Mayıs 2010|eser=US Magazine|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=https://www.tmz.com/2010/05/28/vanilla-ice-gary-coleman-death/|başlık=Vanilla Ice – I'm Going to Gary Coleman's Memorial|eser=tmz.com|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref> He also guest-starred as himself on ''[[The Wayans Bros.]],'' ''[[The Ben Stiller Show]],'' ''[[Drake & Josh]],'' ''[[The Jamie Foxx Show]],'' ''[[The Parkers]],'' ''[[Robot Chicken]]'' and ''[[The Simpsons]].''
 
==''Diff'rent Strokes'' sonrası==
Following the cancellation of ''Diff'rent Strokes'' in 1986, Coleman, Bridges and Plato encountered difficulty in obtaining acting jobs. All three experienced various legal problems while Bridges and Plato also struggled with drug addictions, all of which were documented in the press. The press and fans of the series blamed the cast's personal problems and faltering careers on what was eventually dubbed the "curse of ''Diff'rent Strokes''" by various tabloids.<ref name="sporkin">{{citedergi journalkaynağı|soyadı=Sporkin|ad=Elizabeth|tarih=25 Mart 1991|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes, Fallen Stars|journal=People|cilt=35|sayı=11|issn=0093-7673|url=http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20114736,00.html}}</ref>
 
===Gary Coleman===
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In 1989, three years after the series ended, Coleman sued his parents and his former manager over misappropriation of his trust fund. Although he was awarded over $1,000,000 in the decision, he filed for bankruptcy in 1999. In 1998, Coleman was charged with assault after he punched a woman while working as a security guard at a shopping mall. In 2001, Coleman (still working as a security guard) was videotaped trying to stop a vehicle from entering the mall. The driver ridiculed him and released the tape to be broadcast on numerous television shows.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.esquire.com/the-side/video/gary-coleman-moments|başlık=The Five Lowest Moments of Gary Coleman's Career|soyadı=Murphy|ad=Daniel|tarih=21 Mart 2008|eser=Esquire |erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008|url-status=dead|arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20111010174812/http://www.esquire.com/the-side/video/gary-coleman-moments|arşivtarihi=10 Ekim 2011}}</ref> In 2007, Coleman was cited for disorderly conduct in [[Provo, Utah]], for having a "heated discussion" with a woman.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı |url=http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,291645,00.html|başlık=Former Child Star Gary Coleman Cited for Disorderly Conduct in Parking Lot Spat|tarih=1 Ağustos 2007|yayıncı=Fox News |erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008}}</ref> On May 26, 2010, Coleman, who had battled health problems since childhood caused by congenital kidney disease, was admitted to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo after falling and hitting his head after suffering a seizure. Coleman was then placed on life support after suffering an [[intracranial hemorrhage]] and died on May 28 from complications of his injury at age 42.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı |url=https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/people/gary-coleman-critically-hurt-after-falling-and-hitting-his-head-20100528-wiab.html |başlık=Gary Coleman critically hurt after falling and hitting his head |tarih=27 Mayıs 2010 |eser=[[The Sydney Morning Herald]] |erişimtarihi=27 Mayıs 2010}}</ref>
 
===Dana Plato===
{{main |Dana Plato}}
During the series' sixth season, Plato became pregnant and her character was written out of the series (though she would go on to make guest appearances for the final two seasons). In 1984, she married the father of her child, musician Lanny Lambert, but the couple divorced in 1990. Due to financial difficulties and her growing addiction to drugs and alcohol, Plato relinquished custody of her son, Tyler, to Lambert. In an attempt to boost her faltering career, Plato posed for ''[[Playboy]]'' in June 1989, but her appearance in the magazine did not help her land acting jobs.<ref name="sporkin" /> By 1990, Plato was living in [[Las Vegas Valley|Las Vegas]]. Despite having made $25,000 an episode while on the series, she was often broke and was working as a cashier at a dry cleaning store.<ref name="gliatto">{{citedergi journalkaynağı|soyadı=Gliatto|ad=Tom|tarih=24 Mayıs 1999|başlık=Little Girl Lost|journal=People|cilt=51|sayı=9|issn=0093-7673|url=http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20128316,00.html}}</ref> In February 1991, she was arrested after robbing a Las Vegas video store armed with a [[pellet gun]]. She was arrested the following year for forging prescriptions for [[Valium]].<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=https://www.nytimes.com/1999/05/10/arts/dana-plato-34-star-of-diff-rent-strokes.html|başlık=Dana Plato, 34, Star of 'Diff'rent Strokes'|tarih=10 Mayıs 1999|eser=New York Times|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref> In 1998, she appeared in a [[softcore pornography|softcore pornographic]] film entitled ''Different Strokes: The Story of Jack and Jill...and Jill,'' which was intended to capitalize on her ''Diff'rent Strokes'' fame.<ref name="sporkin" /> After her arrests, Plato publicly admitted that she struggled with an addiction to drugs and alcohol.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/showtracker/2010/05/no-laughs-for-the-diffrent-strokes-curse.html|başlık=The 'Diff'rent Strokes' curse isn't a joke|tarih=28 Mayıs 2010|eser=Los Angeles Times|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref> Plato died of a drug overdose in 1999 at age 34. Her death was ruled a suicide.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.cnn.com/SHOWBIZ/News/9905/21/showbuzz/#story1/|başlık=Child star Dana Plato's life ends with overdose|tarih=9 Mayıs 1999|yayıncı=CNN.com|erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008}}</ref> Her son, Tyler, would later die by suicide in 2010.
 
===Todd Bridges===
{{main|Todd Bridges}}
After the series ended, Bridges developed an addiction to [[cocaine]]. In February 1988, he was arrested and charged with the attempted murder of a drug dealer at a crack house in South Central Los Angeles. He was acquitted in November 1989.<ref>{{citedergi journalkaynağı|tarih=27 Kasım 1989|başlık=Jury Acquits Todd Bridges Of Charges Of Attempted Murder, Manslaughter |journal=Jet|yayıncı=Johnson Publishing Company|cilt=77|sayı=8|sayfalar=36–67|issn=0021-5996|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=j4gDAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=todd+bridges+murder&source=bl&ots=_vtGW0mF7H&sig=2-KXJ4WhG9-YsaioWUP6DYDyNic&hl=en&sa=X&ei=vnKLUcuWJIX69QTT44DQDQ&ved=0CHwQ6AEwCA#v=onepage&q=todd%20bridges%20murder&f=false}}</ref> Bridges was also arrested on a concealed weapon charge and possession of cocaine.<ref name="sporkin" /> In 1994, he was arrested after allegedly ramming someone's car after an argument.<ref>{{citehaber newskaynağı |url=http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1355/is_n12_v91/ai_19114168|başlık=Todd Bridges arrested, charged after tiff involving vehicle|tarih=10 Şubat 1997|eser=Jet|erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008}}</ref> After years of battling his drug addiction, Bridges became sober in the early 1990s.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/todd-bridges-tv-dad-conrad-413102|başlık=Todd Bridges on TV Dad Conrad Bain: 'He Treated Me Better Than My Own Father'|soyadı=Abramovitch|ad=Seth|tarih=16 Ocak 2013|yayıncı=hollywoodreporter.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref> He now travels across the United States, touring schools and discussing the dangers of drug use.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=https://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/popup?id=4947300&contentIndex=1&page=4&start=false|başlık=''Diff'rent Strokes'' ''Facts of Life'': Where Are They Now?|yayıncı=abcnews.go.com|erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008}}</ref> Bridges has continued acting in films and television. His more high-profile role was as Monk, a [[shell-shock]]ed [[Vietnam War|Vietnam]] veteran, [[conspiracy theorist]], and nephew of Chris' boss Doc on the sitcom ''[[Everybody Hates Chris]]''.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.today.com/id/37407886/ns/today-entertainment/t/troubled-lives-diffrent-strokes-stars/|başlık=Troubled lives for 'Diff'rent Strokes' stars|soyadı=Bauder|ad=David|tarih=31 Mayıs 2010|yayıncı=today.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref> With Rae's death in 2018 at the age of 92, Bridges is now the only living member of the original cast.
 
==Yarı belgesel filmler==
Two unofficial docudramas were produced about the show:
* In 2000, [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] broadcast a one-hour television movie, ''After Diff'rent Strokes: When the Laughter Stopped.'' This film, which starred unknown actors, focused on Plato's life after the show, leading to her suicide. Bridges guest starred in this film as a drug dealer who sold drugs to a younger version of himself.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.longislandpress.com/?cp=168&show=article&a_id=917|başlık=Long Island News from the Long Island Press|eser=Long Island News from the Long Island Press|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref>
* On September 4, 2006, NBC aired a television drama titled ''Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Diff'rent Strokes.'' This film, which chronicles the rise and decline of the sitcom's child stars, also features recent interview clips with Coleman and Bridges. The two also star in the movie as themselves (briefly) in the final scene, standing by Plato's grave.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060904/LIFE/609040312|başlık=Refried nostalgia, overcooked comedy|soyadı=McDonough|ad=Kevin|tarih=4 Eylül 2006|yayıncı=recordonline.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref>
 
==Ev medyası==
[[Sony Pictures Home Entertainment]] has released Seasons 1 and 2 of ''Diff'rent Strokes'' on DVD in Region 1 & 4. Season 1 was also released in Regions 2 & 5 on October 6, 2008.<ref>[https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001CD3PG0 Diff'rent Strokes – Complete Season 1]</ref> On September 29, 2009, a "Fan Favorites" DVD was released. This is a one disc compilation consisting of eight episodes from Season 2.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes – Front/Rear Box Art, Episode List for Sony's 'Diff'rent: Fan Favorites' DVD|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Fan-Favorite-DVDs/12581|yayıncı=TVShowsonDVD.com|erişimtarihi=31 Ağustos 2009|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090903133249/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Fan-Favorite-DVDs/12581|arşivtarihi=3 Eylül 2009}}</ref>
 
On April 6, 2012, it was announced that [[Shout! Factory]] had acquired the rights to the series; they subsequently released the third season on DVD on July 17, 2012.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-3/16785|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes – 'Season 3' DVDs! Whatchoo Talkin' 'Bout, Shout! Factory?|soyadı=Lambert|ad=David|tarih=6 Nisan 2012|yayıncı=tvshowsondvd.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130313150759/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-3/16785|arşivtarihi=13 Mart 2013}}</ref> Season 4 was released on November 20, 2012.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-4/17366|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes – 'The Complete 4th Season' is Scheduled by Shout! for DVD|soyadı=Lambert|ad=David|tarih=13 Ağustos 2012|yayıncı=tvshowsondvd.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130313081820/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-4/17366|arşivtarihi=13 Mart 2013}}</ref> Season 5 was released on April 4, 2017.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-5/22937|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes – And Together We'll Be Fine!: 'The Complete 5th Season' on DVD|soyadı=Lambert|ad=David|tarih=6 Ocak 2017|yayıncı=tvshowsondvd.com|erişimtarihi=6 Ocak 2017|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170107004827/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-5/22937|arşivtarihi=7 Ocak 2017}}</ref> Season 6 was released on July 25, 2017.<ref>[http://tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-6/23178 Mr. T! Dixie Carter! David Hasselhoff! Janet Jackson! 'The Complete 6th Season] {{webarchivewebarşiv|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170406111310/http://tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-6/23178 |datetarih=2017-04-06 }}</ref> Season 7 was released on February 27, 2018.<ref>[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-7/23787 Diff'rent Strokes - 'The Complete 7th Season' is Coming in 2018 from Shout! The penultimate season of the sitcom is expected at the end of February]</ref> Season 8 was released on May 29, 2018.<ref>[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Season-8/23980 Diff'rent Strokes - Shout! Announces a DVD Release for 'The Complete 8th and Final Season' The show's last 19 episodes in May, including a short return of Dana Plato as 'Kimberly']</ref>
 
On August 27, 2013, it was announced that [[Mill Creek Entertainment]] had acquired the rights to various television series from the Sony Pictures library, including ''Diff'rent Strokes''.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Site-News-Mill-Creek-Sony-License-Deal/18902|başlık=Site News DVD news: Mill Creek Licenses 52 TV Shows from Sony for Low-Cost DVD Release - TVShowsOnDVD.com|eser=tvshowsondvd.com|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20141006134321/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Site-News-Mill-Creek-Sony-License-Deal/18902|arşivtarihi=6 Ekim 2014}}</ref> They subsequently re-released the first and second seasons on DVD on July 15, 2014.<ref>{{cite web kaynağı|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Seasons-1-and-2/19807|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes DVD news: Box Art for Diff'rent Strokes - Seasons 1 & 2 - TVShowsOnDVD.com|eser=tvshowsondvd.com|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20150725121147/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Seasons-1-and-2/19807|arşivtarihi=25 Temmuz 2015}}</ref>
 
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