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Set in the world of corporate stock trading, "The $treet" follows the lives of a group of employees working in a small New York City Wall Street trading company whom include expert broker Jack Kenderson, naive intern Tim Sherman, slick trader Mark McConnell, sexist office lout Freddy Sacker, outgoing trader Adam Mitchell, lead executive Tom Divack, receptionist Donna Pasqua, fellow trader Bridget Deshiell, Jack's lawyer fiance Alexandra Brill, and the tough new brokerage supervisor Catherine Miller whom is always at odds with Sacker and the other male employees. Written by
Those ba$tard$ at FOX canceled this show cause it wasn't an immediate #1 show. This show had so much talent and promise. PLUS two of the best looking women ever to grace the media. Both Jen Connelly and Jen Garth. I KNOW that those execs were kicking themselves when they could've had a show with THE current academy award winning actress on prime time. That just doesn't happen. Too bad FOX just didn't have any balls, and rather would pay millions per episode for the lowest common denominator and same old money makers instead of backing talent and style that you only see on premium cable TV. How unfortunate. The $treet was the only series I've ever video taped to make sure that I saw it and I'm really glad that I saved those.
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