Luis (TV series)

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Luis
Genre Comedy
Created by Will Gluck
Written by Christina Kiang Booth
Will Gluck
Joe Menendez
Directed by Jeffrey Melman
Wil Shriner
Starring Luis Guzmán
Reggie Lee
Diana-Maria Riva
Jaclyn DeSantis
Charlie Day
Theme music composer Stephen Phillips
Composer(s) Gary G-Wiz
Amani K. Smith
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10 (5 unaired)
Production
Executive producer(s) Will Gluck
Producer(s) John Amodeo
Michael Bregman
John Ziffren
Editor(s) Robert Bramwell
Brent Carpenter
Cinematography Julius Metoyer
Joe Pennella
Steve Randolph
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22–24 minutes
Production company(s) 20th Century Fox Television
Release
Original channel Fox
Original release September 19 – October 24, 2003 (2003-10-24)

Luis is an American sitcom starring Luis Guzmán that aired on Fox from September to October 2003. Scheduled in the Friday night death slot, the series received low ratings and was canceled after five episodes. The series was the first show of the 2003-04 season to be canceled.

Episodes[edit]

No. Episode title Written by Original air date Production code
1 Pilot Will Gluck September 19, 2003 1AHK79
2 "Placeholder" Will Gluck September 26, 2003 1AHK01
3 "E.P.T." Matt Goldman October 3, 2003 1AHK04
4 "Bodega" Tom Saunders October 17, 2003 1AHK02
5 "Death Day"  ? October 24, 2003 1AHK03
6 "Rat" Michael Davidoff Never aired 1AHK05
7 "Bavarian Creme" Ira Ungerleider Never aired 1AHK07
8 "Help" Christina Kiang Booth Never aired 1AHK08
9 "Friendship" Joe Menendez Never aired 1AHK06
10 "Promotion" Tom Saunders Never aired 1AHK09

Reception[edit]

TV Guide wrote of the series: "As tasteless as week-old crullers, Luis is a melting pot of cringe-inducing Ethnic cliches."[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ TV Guide September 13-19. 2003 pg.100. 

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