The Crew (TV series)

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The Crew
Genre Sitcom
Created by John Pardee
Written by Thom Bray
Sarit Catz
Gloria Ketterer
Joey Murphy
John Pardee
Michael A. Ross
Alison Taylor
Directed by Amanda Bearse
Linda Day
Lex Passaris
James Widdoes
Steve Zuckerman
Starring Rose Jackson
Kristin Bauer
David Burke
Charles Esten
Dondre Whitfield
Christine Estabrook
Lane Davies
Composer(s) Steven Cahill
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 21
Production
Executive producer(s) Marc Cherry
Jamie Wooten
Producer(s) Joey Murphy
John Pardee
Jordan Reed
Jason Shubb
Running time 22 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s) Cherry Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Audio format Stereo
Original run August 31, 1995 – June 30, 1996

The Crew is an American television sitcom that aired from August 31, 1995 to June 30, 1996 on the Fox network.

Production history[edit]

The series was created by John Pardee (who also served as writer and producer), and future Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry executive produced. Music production team Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, aka Wendy & Lisa (Prince & The Revolution), produced and sang the opening title for the series.

The show follows the lives of a group of flight attendants working for the fictitious Regency Airlines. Jess Jameson (Rose Jackson) and Maggie Reynolds (Kristin Bauer) are roommates and work together and live in the trendy South Beach section of Miami, Florida. Their other friends include: Paul, who was gay; Randy, a southern ladies man; Lenora, a former flight attendant; MacArthur, the bartender of Mambo Mambo, the restaurant at which the cast socialize; and Captain Rex Parker.

Cast[edit]

Episode list[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "The New Pilot, Literally" August 31, 1995
1-2 "The Dating Game" September 7, 1995
1-3 "The Operation" September 14, 1995
1-4 "P is for Paul" September 21, 1995
1-5 "The Sugar Shack" September 28, 1995
1-6 "Bar Mitzvah Boy" October 5, 1995
1-7 "Who's Got the Button?" October 12, 1995
1-8 "Revised "Old" Pilot (aka Invitation to a Wedding)" October 19, 1995
1-9 "Goin' Hollywood" November 2, 1995
1-10 "Around the World in 80 Ways (The T & A of PSA?)" November 9, 1995
1-11 "Extremities (aka Weekend Warriors)" November 16, 1995
1-12 "The Mating Season" November 30, 1995
1-13 "The Worst Noel" December 14, 1995
1-14 "My Mother, My Sister" January 4, 1996
1-15 "A League of Their Own" January 11, 1996
1-16 "Retail Slut" January 25, 1996
1-17 "The New Kids on the Block" May 26, 1996
1-18 "Love and Marriage" June 9, 1996
1-19 "Winds of Change (Part I)" June 16, 1996
1-20 "Winds of Change (Part II)" June 23, 1996
1-21 "The Man We Love" June 30, 1996

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