Five first-year law graduates live together in San Francisco as they try to get both their lives and careers in order.
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Samantha Mathis ...  Ann Weller 9 episodes, 2001
Ken Marino ...  Miles Lawton 9 episodes, 2001
Sydney Tamiia Poitier ...  Riley Kessler 9 episodes, 2001
James Roday ...  Edgar Ross 9 episodes, 2001
Bruce Winant ...  Bruce 6 episodes, 2001
Kevin Connolly ...  Joe 5 episodes, 2001
Susanna Harter ...  Dist. Atty. Lydia Walken 3 episodes, 2001
Mackenzie Astin ...  Warren Harrison 2 episodes, 2001
Cathy Herd ...  Alison Mitchel 2 episodes, 2001
Kevin Weisman ...  Private Investigator Richard Wad 2 episodes, 2001
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Five first-year law graduates live together in San Francisco as they try to get both their lives and careers in order.

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Their first case is to prove themselves.

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USA

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English

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19 March 2001 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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The disappointment of the "First Years"
28 March 2001 | by MadoriaFenSee all my reviews

After weeks of hype, this show from the Peacock network proved to be nothing, if not underwhelming. The plot is predictable, the dialog puerile, and the characters stereotypical. The worst part is, the show strives to be meaningful and poignant, when it is truly about five superficial and narcissistic generation-Xers attempting to survive in the big bad world. Been there, done that. I myself am classified as a "Young Adult," to whom this show is being marketed, but "First Years" simply doesn't hold any appeal to me. It just doesn't measure up to the other NBC dramas, during which commercial spots have been superfluous over the past few weeks. I would choose West Wing, both Law and Order and SVU, Ed, or ER any day. But who knows? Maybe the writers and producers will get their acts together, although I doubt they will do so in time to save the show.


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