Just for Kicks (TV series)
|Just for Kicks|
The main characters (clockwise from left to right), Vida, Freddie, Alexa and Lauren.
|Created by||Alana Sanko|
|Written by||Bernie Ancheta
|Directed by||David Brookwell
KC Lynn De Stefano
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||24|
|Executive producer(s)||Matt Dearborn
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Original run||April 9, 2006– August 13, 2006|
Just for Kicks is an American comedy-drama series that aired on the Nickelodeon television network as a part of the channel's TEENick television lineup. The series about a group of girls in a soccer team set in New York City.
This series is first called Head to Toe, then The Power Strikers, but is changed in 2005. Just for Kicks premiered in January 2006 on Nickelodeon UK and April 2006 on Nickelodeon in the US. The series is produced by Brookwell McNamara Entertainment.
- Francesca Catalano as Alexa D'Amico
- Mallory Low as Winifred "Freddie" Costello
- Katija Pevec as Lauren Zelmer
- Jessica Williams as Vida Atwood
- Jerad Anderson as Chris D'Amico
- Craig Robert Young as Coach Leslie Moore
- Jessica Sara as Marni Nelson
- Rinabeth Apostol as Dana Battle
- Shelley Buckner as Courtney
- Shani Pride as Elise Atwood
- Kadeem Hardison as Charles Atwood
- Amy Hill as Lucy Costello
Alexa D'Amico (Francesca Catalano)
She is a typical popular high school girl. She was a former cheerleader and she is fond of boys. She has an older brother, Chris. Towards the end of the series, her father gets laid off of his job, which causes some stress for her. Since Alexa started being a soccer player and she had to stop cheerleading her old, popular friends don't understand why she would rather run around on a muddy field than go shopping. She lives in Brooklyn.
Winifred "Freddie" Costello (Mallory Low)
She is a tough girl in high school who is not good friends with Alexa because her and her friends are snobs to Freddie at their private school. Her father is always with the military, and she lives with her Grandmother. She is also known for having severe cases of "bacne", or acne on her back. Freddie lives in Manhattan on the Upper East Side.
Vida Atwood (Jessica Williams)
Vida is a sporty athletic serious girl, who has a lot in common with her soccer mate Lauren Zelmer. She has been playing soccer the longest, and is sort of the unofficial best at the game. She lives at home with her younger brother, older sister, and parents. Vida is self-conscious of her towering height, and it is known that she once beat up a boy back in first or second grade. She lives in Queens.
Lauren Zelmer (Katija Pevec)
Lauren is a shy, timid serious girl who is a good athlete. She is a typical schoolgirl who plays the violin and is on the soccer team, among other activities. Lauren is very intelligent, and is very busy with extra curricular activities, which causes her much stress. She has a big crush on Alexa's older brother Chris, and at the end of the season they start to date, much to Alexa's disbelief. Her overprotective mother works at a local private school, in which Lauren attends. Lauren lives in Harlem, Manhattan.
|#||Episode title||Original air date||Prod.
|1||"Meet The Power Strikers" (Part 1)||April 9, 2006||101|
|2||"Meet The Power Strikers" (Part 2)||April 9, 2006||102|
|3||"Boys Do Cry"||April 16, 2006||105|
|4||"The Right Size"||April, 23, 2006||103|
|5||"I'll Cry If I Want To"||May 7, 2006||110|
|6||"I Love Lucy"||May 14, 2006||106|
|7||"Freudian Kicks"||May 21, 2006||104|
|8||"Sisters Before Misters"||June 11, 2006||107|
|9||"Out Of Time"||June 18, 2006||108|
|10||"We Aren't Family"||July 7, 2006||109|
|11||"Alexa in Charge"||July 16, 2006||111|
|12||"Waiting For Fleishman"||July 23, 2006||112|
|13||"The Longest Yarn"||August 13, 2006||113|
|14||"'The Auction"||August 14, 2006||114|
|15||"Japan"||August 15, 2007||115|
|16||"Dance Contest"||August 16, 2006||116|
|17||"Episode 17"||August 17, 2006||117|
|18-20||"The Just for Kicks Movie"||August 18, 2006||118-120|
|21||"Fix a Pop Star"||August 19, 2006||121|
|22||"Little Beach Party"||August 20, 2006||122|
|23||"Episode 23"||August 1, 2007||123|
|24||"Spring Break-Up" (Part 1)||August 2, 2007||124|
|24||"Spring Break-Up" (Part 2)||August 2, 2007||125|