Grapevine (TV series)
Grapevine, created by David Frankel, premiered on June 15, 1992 on CBS.
|Created by||David Frankel|
|Country of origin||USA|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Running time||30 min.|
|Production company(s)||Paramount Network Television|
|Distributor||CBS Television Distribution|
|Original run||June 15, 1992 – July 27, 1992|
David owned a restaurant in Miami, while his girlfriend Susan worked for a cruise line, and his brother Thumper was a sportscaster. The series was a 1990s take on Love, American Style in its couple-of-the-week format. Each episode presented the regular characters (who broke the fourth wall as a rule) telling a story of a couple. Stories were contained within a half hour. Sometimes the couples stayed together, and other times they broke up. The series aired for six episodes before being canceled.
|Jonathan Penner||David Klein|
|Steven Eckholdt||Thumper Klein|
|Lynn Clark||Susan Crawford|
In February 2000, CBS brought back the show. This time, David was played by Steven Eckholdt, Susan by Kristy Swanson, Thumper by George Eads, and a hotel manager, Matt, was played by David Sutcliffe. This version lasted only five episodes.
- Grapevine (1992 TV series) at imdb
- Grapevine (2000 TV series) at imdb
- TV Show review and pictures
- Grapevine at TV.com
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