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Girlfriends (2000 - 2008)

Girlfriends (2000 - 2008)

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50%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

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Series Info

The boisterous friendships among four disparate black women living in Los Angeles and their relationships provide the humor for this sex-drenched sitcom.
Creator: Mara Brock Akil

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Seasons

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2007, CW, 13 episodes

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2006, CW, 22 episodes

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2005, CW, 22 episodes

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2004, CW, 17 episodes

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2003, CW, 17 episodes

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2002, CW, 22 episodes

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2001, CW, 8 episodes

40%
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2000, CW, 1 episodes

Cast

Tracee Ellis Ross
as Joan Clayton
Golden Brooks
as Maya Wilkes
Jill Marie Jones
as Toni Childs Garrett
Persia White
as Lynn Searcy
Reggie Hayes
as William Dent
Jason Pace
as Todd Garrett
Cee Cee Michaela
as Yvonne Blackwell
Dondre Whitfield
as Sean Ellis
Anne-Marie Johnson
as Sharon Upton Farley
Tanner Scott Richards
as Jabari Wilkes
Richard T. Jones
as Aaron Waters
Phil Reeves
as Charles Swedelson
Adrian Lester
as Ellis Carter
Jenifer Lewis
as Veretta Childs
Malik Yoba
as Brock Harris
Rebecca Creskoff
as Jennifer Miller
Lamont Johnson
as Ronnie Wilkes
Jill Scott
as Herself
Wayne Brady
as Derek Tyler
Tia Mowry-Hardrict
as Melanie Barnett
Kadeem Hardison
as Eldon Parks
Charmin Lee
as Jeannette Wood
Kelly Rowland
as Tammy Hamilton
Tricky
as Finn Robinson
Aldis Hodge
as Matthew Miles
Chenoa Maxwell
as Lena Turner
Mustafa Shakir
as Jevon Dennis
Quddus
as Xander
Heidi Mokrycki
as Shelby Girard
Rob Swanson
as Jason Stark
Isaac Hayes
as Eugene Childs
Meredith Scott Lynn
as Doreen Reznik
Karen Austin
as Sandy Bickle
Kimberly Elise
as Reesie Howard
Michelle Banks
as Roberta Hyson
Lillian Hurst
as Concepcion Immaculata
Cliff De Young
as Ed Searcy
Noureen DeWulf
as Jasmine Crane
Julie Hagerty
as Therapist
Al Sharpton
as Himself
Allison Dean
as Bridget Thompson
Luck Hari
as Nurse
Elisa Leonetti
as Bartender
Demond Wilson
as Kenneth Miles
Claude Brooks
as Kurtis Carter
Melvin Van Peebles
as Kenneth Daly
Denver Dowridge
as Counter Guy
Erykah Badu
as Herself
Jennifer Baxter
as Kelly Pitts
Yvette Nicole Brown
as Sherri Childs
Loretta Devine
as Judge Jackson
Dwen Curry
as Blackberry
Danso Gordon
as Antoine Childs
Karimah Westbrook
as Melanie Childs
Nyima Funk
as Nurse Gwen
Sinbad
as Himself
Don Franklin
as Stan Wright
Laila Ali
as Herself
Coby Bell
as Jason Pitts
Eliza Schneider
as Tanya Searcy
Kim Hamilton
as Mother Dent
David Groh
as Michael Goldberg
Taran Killam
as Jordan Gray
Christina Vidal
as Samantha Stephens
Jonelle Allen
as Eleanor Kane Charles Brooks
Alley Mills
as Bess Searcy
Lou Wagner
as Dr. Michael Garrett
Jane Daly
as Mrs. Garrett
Kendre Sharp
as Jabari Wilkes
Terrell Tilford
as Michael Daniels
Wendell Pierce
as Anthony Jackson
Peter Paige
as Zellner
John Rubinstein
as Dr. Robert Wulfberg
Alex Thomas
as Peanut Singleton
Bahni Turpin
as Anita Stokes
Earl Williams
as Albert Collins
Niecy Nash
as Lashelle
Katt Williams
as Ricky Beatty
Car'ynn Sims
as Chevonne Brown
David Wells
as Loan Officer
RonReaco Lee
as Chris Dennison
Richard Kuhlman
as Tom Novak
Linda Porter
as Mrs. Nussbaum
Mo'Nique
as Herself
Bernie Casey
as Edward Dent
Barry Zito
as Himself
Troy Winbush
as Keith Atwood
Cynthia Graham
as Kim Mullen
Dorian Gregory
as Robert Deck
Denise Dowe
as Lucy Ruth
Brittney Powell
as Natalie Raffel
Carolyn Hennesy
as Melora Stewart
Gus Buktenica
as Executive
Chuma Hunter-Gault
as Greg Sparks
Ethel Ayler
as Nana Blackwell
John L. Adams
as Vosco Wilde
Randy J. Goodwin
as Davis Hamilton
Kevin Earley
as Husband
Angie Stone
as Darla Mason
Terri J. Vaughn
as Tasha Nixon
Ellen Geer
as Elizabeth Bickle
James Avery
as Dr. Couch
David Doty
as Judge Bruce Hackett
Colin Ferguson
as Eric Stone
Una Damon
as Myoshi
Joe D. Jonz
as Sticks Jones
Michelle Griffin
as Caroline Lawrence
Jessica Tuck
as Donna Bezzant
Jamil Walker
as Kenny Phelan
Gwen McGee
as Church Member
Caroline Aaron
as Michele Garrett
Chante Moore
as Herself
Ed Bernard
as Rev. Watkins
Timon Kyle Durrett
as Brian Miller
Ajay Vidur
as Salesman
CCH Pounder
as Dr. Meyers
Stephen Bishop
as Alex Mendoza
Roy Lee Jones
as Pastor Hill
Devika Parikh
as Mary Thomas
Nate Torrence
as Moviegoer
Nina Storey
as Herself
Mecca White
as Savannah
Marilyn Love
as Airline Attendant
Greg Siff
as Holden Hills
Joan Pringle
as Carol Clayton
Tony Lee
as Waiter
Matt Samson
as Employee
Richard Kind
as Street Prophet
Marina Sirtis
as Gina Richards
Jordan-Claire Green
as Kelly Dawson
Candace Kita
as Waitress
Todd Hunter
as Vocalist
Dawn Wells
as Herself
Eric Lewis
as Himself
Tracey Amos
as Herself
Thom Barg
as Clahan Band Member No. 1
Ricky Luna
as Carlos
April Custodio
as Hostess No. 1
Tanjareen Martin
as Karin Durham
Victor Williams
as Mr. Hines
Kevin Eubanks
as Guitarist
Hattie Winston
as Nurse Helen
Toccara Jones
as Waitress
Vincent Ward
as Security Guard
Phil Abrams
as Instructor
San Jones
as Senior Man
Sandra P. Grant
as Pregnant Woman No. 1
Christine Lucas
as Hostess No. 2
Brannon Lee
as Clahan Band Member No. 2
Maurice Smith
as Baggage Handler
Steven Montford
as Security Guard
Kyler Clark
as Clahan Band Member No. 3
Austen Parros
as Older Student
Carson Elrod
as Dr. Hicks
Jerry Ferris
as Exec No. 1
Caren Saiet
as Pregnant Woman No. 2
Dave Holmes
as Exec No. 2
Jeanne Chinn
as Patron No. 1
Josh Mannen
as Clahan Band Member No. 4
May Tan
as Groupie No. 1
Keith Josef Adkins
as Theater Manager
Gavin Glennon
as Patron No. 2
Tom Carey
as Rabbi Kaplan
Mary Ann Jarou
as Groupie No. 2
Alexander Folk
as Rev. Hoskins
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Series Details

TV Network: CW
Premiere Date: May 14, 2001
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producer: Kelsey Grammer
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