Eddie Smith, a reformed gambler, who tries to make it as the owner of New York's Big E Sports Arena. His family was made up of Honey, an ex-stripper, his granddaughter Ginger, and his brother Jessie, who was also his accountant.
Sheldon Leonard stars as Eddie Smith, owner and operator of a New York City arena known as "The Big E"; Sheree North co-stars as his wife, Honey, a former dancer; and Quinn Cummings plays Ginger, Eddie's orphaned granddaughter who lives with them, in "Big Eddie," a comedy series which premiered on August 23,1975 on CBS. "Big Eddie" was seen Saturdays, in the 8:00 p.m. time slot, for three successive weeks. Then, on Friday,
Sept. 12, the series was moved to its regular day and time (Fridays, 8- 8:30 p.m.).
The show was placed up against NBC's powerhouse his Sanford and Son and quickly faded away.