Friends 'Til the End

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This article is about the television film. For the book about Friends sitcom, see Friends 'Til the End (book).
Friends 'Til the End
Genre Drama
Written by Kathleen Rowell
Grace Felini
Directed by Jack Bender
Starring Shannen Doherty
Jennifer Blanc
Music by Christophe Beck
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Tana Nugent Jamieson
Bonnie Raskin
Bill Scott (line producer)
Cinematography Edward J. Pei
Editor(s) Mark Melnick
Running time 120 min.
Production company(s) Bonnie Raskin Productions
NBC Studios
Distributor NBC
Original network NBC
Original release
  • January 20, 1997 (1997-01-20)

Friends 'Til the End is a 1997 television film directed by Jack Bender. It was originally broadcast January 20, 1997, on NBC.


Heather Romley (Shannen Doherty) and Suzanne (Jennifer Blanc) are both singers who have been competing against each other as long as they can remember. Usually Heather won all the competitions, which resulted in Suzanne being insecure and carrying a grudge against Heather, while being pushed by her stage mother. Years later, Heather goes to college and has a boyfriend, Simon (Jason London). Suzanne also enrolls in the same university with the intention of destroying Heather's life.

She now goes by Zanne Armstrong and becomes best friends with Heather. Meanwhile, she destroys all of Heather's friendships and even successfully seduces Simon. Heather is now being threatened with expulsion from college for plagiarism and is kicked out of her own band, with Zanne taking her place. Heather wants to take down Zanne, and sets out to prove Zanne's true identity, with help.


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