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American Dreams was a short-lived but well-loved drama that aired on NBC from 2002 to 2005. Against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, the series focused on the Pryor family and their friends in 1960s Philadelphia. A trademark of the series was its use of present day singers performing as the musical stars of yesteryear on American Bandstand.
Dreams was quite popular initially but its ratings fell significantly in its third season. Though fans mounted a valiant campaign, the series was cancelled in May 2005.
The producers, suspecting that the show might not be renewed for a fourth year, filmed 12 minutes of additional footage that could be appended to the finale to provide some closure for the series. The regular episode showed young Meg (Brittany Snow) and radical boyfriend Chris (Milo Ventimiglia) speeding off to Berkley. The additional footage flashed forward to July 20, 1969 (the date of the moon landing) when J.J. (Will Estes »
2 items from 2007
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