All About Us (TV series)

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All About Us
Genre Comedy-drama
Created by Lois Bromfield
Developed by Pamela Pettler
Written by Lois Bromfield
Elizabeth Craft
Sarah Fain

Amy Engelberg
Wendy Engelberg

Terry Maloney Haley
Chad Hodge
Mindy Morgenstern
David Nichols
Pamela Pettler
Al Sonja L. Rice
Directed by John Bowab
Fred Savage
Starring Alecia Elliott
Marieh Delfino
Crystal Grant
Alicia Lagano
Theme music composer Alecia Elliott
Composer(s) John Adair
Steve Hampton
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Peter Engel
Producer(s) Terry Maloney Haley
Al Sonja L. Rice
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22-24 minutes
Production company(s) NBC Enterprises
Peter Engel Productions
Distributor NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Original channel NBC
Original release August 4, 2001 (2001-08-04) – November 10, 2001 (2001-11-10)

All About Us is an American teen comedy-drama series that aired on NBC during the station's TNBC lineup from August 4, 2001 to November 10, 2001. It was produced by Peter Engel Productions.


The series focuses on the development of four teenage girls who live and attend high school in Chicago. In the show, the girls' divergent talents, perspectives, and family experiences become the platform for illustrating alternative approaches to understanding and solving problems. It was the first TNBC series shot on videotape that did have the use of laughing track. The show was later canceled after one season.



Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1 "Truth or Dare" August 4, 2001
2 "The Grass Is Always Pinker" August 11, 2001
3 "Flawed Logic" August 18, 2001
4 "Sweet Little Lies" August 25, 2001
5 "No Questions Asked" September 1, 2001
6 "Sierra Meets Her Match" September 22, 2001
7 "No Means No" September 29, 2001
8 "First Snow" October 6, 2001
9 "Basic Black" October 13, 2001
10 "The Scare" October 20, 2001
11 "Behind the Music" October 27, 2001
12 "The Making of..." November 3, 2001
13 "New Girl in Town" November 10, 2001

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