Running the Halls
|Running the Halls|
|Created by||Steve Slavkin|
|Written by||Steve Slavkin|
|Directed by||Randall Miller
|Starring||Richard Hillman, Jr
Richard Speight, Jr.
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||30 minutes
|Production company(s)||Steve Slavkin Productions
|Original release||September 11 – December 4, 1993|
The show consisted of 13 episodes, which aired on from September 11, 1993 to December 4, 1993, and aired immediately following Saved by the Bell: The New Class during the latter show's first season.
The show followed the exploits of a group of teens attending Middlefield Academy, an East Coast boarding school, and the on-going hijinks that occur as they experience life away from home. Los Angeles Times reviewer Lynne Heffley described the show as "buoyant" and "fun".
- Richard Hillman, Jr as Andy McBain
- Lackey Bevis as Molloy Simpson
- Pamela Bowen as Headmistress Karen Gilman
- Laurie Fortier as Holiday Friedman
- Craig Kirkwood as Miles Taylor
- Trevor Lissauer as David Reese
- Senta Moses as Nikki Watson
- Richard Speight, Jr. as Mark G. 'The Shark' Stark
|Title||Original air date||Prod.
|1||"The Arrival"||September 11, 1993||6302|
|2||"The First Mixer"||September 18, 1993||6301|
|3||"Dance Squad"||September 25, 1993||6303|
|4||"The Rowing Competition"||October 2, 1993||6305|
|5||"Taylor Grades McBain"||October 9, 1993||6304|
|6||"The Big Kiss"||October 16, 1993||6308|
|7||"The Term Paper"||October 23, 1993||6307|
|8||"Shark Moves In"||October 30, 1993||6309|
|9||"McBain Chokes"||November 6, 1993||6310|
|10||"The Conductor"||November 13, 1993||6311|
|11||"The Watch"||November 20, 1993||6306|
|12||"The Break Up"||November 27, 1993||6312|
|13||"Rock Reunion"||December 4, 1993||6313|
- Suelain Moy (September 17, 1993). "New shows for kids". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2016-02-14.
NBC’s Saturday lineup is anchored by Saved by the Bell: The New Class (11-11:30 a.m.), a sequel to the Bell that has moved to prime time. New Class is followed by a boarding-school variation on Bell, Running the Halls (11:30 a.m.-noon).
- Lynne Heffley (September 11, 1993). "TV REVIEWS Buoyant Fun Is `Running the Halls'". Los Angeles Times. p. F17. (Subscription required (. ))
The innocuous fun is predictable, but the show, created by Steve Slavkin, does depart from similar programs with a certain buoyancy in execution and an absence of sexual leers and gratuitous flesh shots.
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