Four Kings

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This article is about American TV show. For the drinking game sometimes called Four Kings, see Kings (drinking game). For the Indian chess game for four players, see Chaturaji.
Four Kings
Created by David Kohan
Max Mutchnick
Starring Josh Cooke
Seth Green
Shane McRae
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Production
Running time 23 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run January 5  – March 16, 2006 (2006-03-16)

Four Kings is a sitcom introduced as a part of NBC's winter 2006 programming but cancelled before the end of the season. It aired at 8:30pm on Thursdays. It starred Seth Green, Josh Cooke and Shane McRae. The show was created by David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, both of whom created Will & Grace.

The show centers on four childhood friends who live in New York City. The show's theme is "Hanginaround" by Counting Crows. Four Kings was pulled from NBC's schedule after its airing on March 16, 2006, and on May 15, 2006, NBC confirmed the show's cancellation.[1] Two of the show's stars had already signed on to new projects, which did not bode well for the show's chances of renewal.[2] Though NBC originally announced that they would air the remaining episodes beginning May 5, 2006, they did not follow through[3]—the unaired episodes would eventually air in syndication on the Living network in the UK, and on the Nine Network in Australia.

Episodes[edit]

Episode[4] Original airdate[4] Title[4]
1 January 5, 2006 Pilot
2 January 12, 2006 "One Night Stand Off"
3 January 19, 2006 "Chest, Mate"
4 January 26, 2006 "Tale of the Tape"
5 February 2, 2006 "The Elephant in the Room"
6 February 9, 2006 "Follow the Money"
7 March 16, 2006 "Night of the Iguana"
8 Unaired "House Rules"
9 Unaired "Bobby's Song"
10 Unaired "Upper West Side Story"
11 Unaired "Check, Please"
12 Unaired "Lobby Girl"
13 Unaired "Black Widow's Lair"

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