413 Hope Street is the physical address of a crisis center, catering to inner city youth and their families. The doctors, surgeons, psychologists, and social workers work together to ... See full summary »
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 Sylvia Jennings 10 episodes, 1997-1998
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 Carlos Martinez 10 episodes, 1997-1998
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 Angelica Collns 10 episodes, 1997-1998
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 Quentin Jefferson 10 episodes, 1997-1998
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 Nick Carrington 9 episodes, 1997-1998
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 Morgan Washington 8 episodes, 1997-1998
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413 Hope Street is the physical address of a crisis center, catering to inner city youth and their families. The doctors, surgeons, psychologists, and social workers work together to provide the best possible support to anyone walking in their door. The show is a drama, ranging in issues from a girl getting gonorrhea who had an affair with her father; to a kid who repeatedly witnessed his cop-father abuse his mother; to characters living up to the responsibility of caring for their infant children. Written by Ari Herzog <ari@ici.net>

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11 September 1997 (USA)  »

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We definitely need more shows like 413 Hope St on TV today
26 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

It seems as if the only way black hour (or 1/2 hr shows) are allowed on TV is if they contain the negative aspects of black life within them. Some, if not most of those shows are so embarrassing to us as black people, they quickly get yanked because they're not being watched. Unfortunately, that seems to be what the networks try to accomplish. 413 Hope Street was 'raw'. YES, you'd see some of the negativity that life has to offer but it wasn't just about black life, it was about ALL life. Out of the Wayans family, Damon Wayans seems to put out projects that 'hit home' with me. (Besides Blankman :)) Whether it be a comedy or drama, I find his work multi-dimensional. Hopefully, he'll come out with something new on the silver screen. If he's in need of a drama, I have the perfect script for him.


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