"Class of '96" is the FOX series directed by Peter Horton (of "thirtysomething" fame). The show deals with the story of 7 friends who attend Havenhurst College, a fictitious Ivy League ... See full summary »
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 David Morrisey 17 episodes, 1993
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 Patty Horvath 17 episodes, 1993
Brandon Douglas ...
 Whitney Reed 17 episodes, 1993
Perry Moore ...
 Antonio Hopkins 17 episodes, 1993
Lisa Dean Ryan ...
 Jessica Cohen 17 episodes, 1993
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 Robin Farr 17 episodes, 1993
Gale Hansen ...
 Samuel 'Stroke' Dexter 17 episodes, 1993
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"Class of '96" is the FOX series directed by Peter Horton (of "thirtysomething" fame). The show deals with the story of 7 friends who attend Havenhurst College, a fictitious Ivy League school located in New England. The show was first introduced in January of 1993 and was canceled in May at the end of the show's first season. Written by Cliff Chen <cliff@jhunix.hcf.jhu.edu>

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19 January 1993 (USA)  »

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Promo 96  »

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Filmed on location in and around the University of Toronto campus, with interiors shot at Oasis Studios in Toronto. See more »

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Referenced in Make or Break TV: EZ Streets (2008) See more »

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Underrated Underdog
16 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

This show came on just after I graduated college. I watched it religiously; it was real, the writing, acting and shooting were tight, it was the thinking person's answer to 902whatever. Class of '96 took me back to my college days in an amazing way, every episode. Also had a great soundtrack and terrific opening theme (...you and I have so much more to learn). You might also remember the show that followed it -- The Heights (spawned famous song -- "How do you talk to an angel"). Also a pretty good vehicle that didn't get its due credit. I'd love to get these shows on dvd; alas, who knows where they are now?


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