Class of '96

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Class of '96
Genre Drama
Created by John Romano
Written by Rachel Cline
Evan Katz
John Romano
Melissa Rosenberg
Gardner Stern
Directed by Menachem Binetski
Helaine Head
Peter Horton
Tom Moore
Bethany Rooney
Starring Jason Gedrick
Lisa Dean Ryan
Megan Ward
Brandon Douglas
Perry Moore
Kari Wührer
Gale Hansen
Composer(s) Greg De Belles
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 17
Production
Executive producer(s) Leonard Goldberg
Producer(s) Matt Nodella
Editor(s) Victor Du Bois
Augie Hess
Lance Luckey
Location(s) Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cinematography Scott Lloyd-Davies
Stephen Ramsey
Sandi Sissel
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) ABC Productions
Mandy Films
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Original run January 19 – May 25, 1993 (1993-05-25)

Class of '96 is an American drama series that aired on Fox from January to May 1993. The series was created by John Romano and filmed mostly at the University of Toronto.

Synopsis[edit]

The series focused on seven students at Havenhurst College in New England. Although the seven come from different backgrounds, circumstance led them to become friends. The series dealt with the differences, both in personality and social status, of the group of friends, the challenges they faced in their first year of college, and social issues such as racism and sexism.

Characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Guest cast[edit]

Guest stars throughout the series run include Gillian Anderson, John Cameron Mitchell, Matt LeBlanc, Julie Bowen, Robin Tunney, Dylan Neal, Elizabeth Dennehy, James LeGros, Fritz Weaver, Reed Diamond, Karyn Dwyer, and Mason Adams. Director and series consultant Peter Horton also made a cameo in one episode as a professor; he was previously known for playing a professor on thirtysomething.

Reception and cancellation[edit]

The pilot episode aired on January 19, 1993 with ratings falling steadily after the premiere. The series was cancelled and finished airing its 17 episode order on May 25.

Episodes[edit]

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 Pilot January 19, 1993
1-2 "They Shoot Baskets, Don't They?" January 26, 1993
1-3 "Breaking up is Hard to Overdue" February 2, 1993
1-4 "Midterm Madness" February 9, 1993
1-5 "Look Homeward Angela" February 16, 1993
1-6 "The Adventures of Pat's Man and Robin" February 23, 1993
1-7 "David is Authorized" March 2, 1993
1-8 "The Accused" March 9, 1993
1-9 "When Whitney Met Linda" March 16, 1993
1-10 "Parents Weekend" March 23, 1993
1-11 "The Best Little Frat House at Havenhurst" March 30, 1993
1-12 "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" April 6, 1993
1-13 "Greenwich Mean Time" April 20, 1993
1-14 "Educating David" April 27, 1993
1-15 "Howie Farr is Too Far" May 4, 1993
1-16 "The Jessica File" May 11, 1993
1-17 "See You in September" May 25, 1993

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