Back to the '50s

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Back to the '50s
Genre Sitcom
Family Entertainment
Written by Paul Alexander,
Simon Braithwaite,
Paul Dornan,
Kim Fuller,
Georgia Prachett
Directed by Andrew Margeston
Starring S Club 7
Opening theme "S Club Party"
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 1
Executive producer(s) Simon Fuller
Location(s) Miami, USA
Running time 45 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s) 19 Entertainment
Original network ITV Network (CITV)
Original release 1999
Preceded by Miami 7
Followed by Boyfriends & Birthdays
External links
Production website

Back to the '50s is the first one off sitcom from the British pop group S Club 7. It first aired 1999 and was produced for CITV. In this movie, the cast proceeds with their long drive from Miami to Los Angeles - when they suddenly find themselves in the 1950s, having travelled back in time. The episode itself is a parody of both the films, "Grease" & "Back To The Future".


When Bradley chats up the wrong girl, the seven become part of a feud with a local gang. Hannah finds love, while Jo teaches greasers a thing or two about mechanics. Rachel drives the seven to success and Jon gets caught up in some serious technicalities to keep them out of trouble.


S Club 7[edit]

Guest stars[edit]

  • Eamon Behrens
  • Paul Hayes
  • David Sawyer
  • Scott St. James
  • Palmer Scott

Songs Featured[edit]

S Club 7[edit]