Boogies Diner

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Boogies Diner
Also known asBoogie's Diner
StarringJim J. Bullock
Monika Schnarre
James Marsden
Zack Ward
Richard Chevolleau
ComposerEric Allaman
Country of originCanada
United States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
Executive producersGordon Farr
Wendy Grean
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time24 mins.
Production companiesFranklin/Waterman
King Street Entertainment
MTM Enterprises
DistributorMTM Television Distribution Group
20th Television
Original networkSyndication
Original releaseSeptember 17, 1994 (1994-09-17) –
January 1, 1995 (1995-01-01)

Boogies Diner (also known as Boogie's Diner) is a syndicated sitcom which first aired from September 17, 1994 until 1995.[1] It stars Jim J. Bullock, Monika Schnarre, and James Marsden in one of his first appearances on television. The series ended in 1995. The series was produced and distributed by MTM Enterprises (now 20th Television).


The plot of the show revolves around eight teenagers who work at Boogies Diner, a popular mall hangout. The characters work in various departments of the "diner", which also includes a fashion and music outlet. Gerald (Jim J. Bullock) is the nerdy manager who tries to keep the teenage mischief from affecting the business.

Filmed in Hamilton, Ontario, the series was compared to the American series Saved by the Bell. After the series was canceled, episodes aired on Nickelodeon and CH in Canada.



  1. ^ Eric Kohanik, "Boogies Diner CHCH jumps into teen-sitcom business with 65 episodes". Hamilton Spectator, February 7, 1994.

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