The Street (2000 TV series)
The Street (stylized as The $treet) is an American drama series that aired on Fox in 2000. It was created by Jeff Rake and Darren Star. Only 12 episodes were produced, and the series was pulled from U.S. airwaves after seven episodes aired. All 12 episodes aired overseas, and are currently available for viewing on YouTube.
|Created by||Jeff Rake|
|Composer(s)||W.G. Snuffy Walden|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||12 (5 unaired)|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Darren Star Productions|
Artists Television Group
Columbia TriStar Television Distribution
|Original release||November 1 –|
December 13, 2000
- Tom Everett Scott as Jack Kenderson
- Melissa De Sousa as Donna Pasqua
- Sean Maher as Chris McConnell
- Christian Campbell as Tim Sherman
- Nina Garbiras as Alexandra "Alex" Brill
- Giancarlo Esposito as Tom Divack
- Rick Hoffman as Freddie Sacker
- Jennifer Connelly as Catherine Miller
- Bridgette Wilson as Bridgette Wilson-Sampras
- Adam Goldberg as Evan Mitchell
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"Pilot"||Michael Dinner||Jeff Rake and Darren Star||November 1, 2000|
|2||"Propheting on Losses"||Michael Dinner||Jeff Rake||November 8, 2000|
|3||"High Yield Bonds"||David Jones||Ellie Herman||November 15, 2000|
|4||"Closet Cases"||Stephen Gyllenhaal||Teleplay by: Jeff Rake & Jeff Pinkner|
Story by: Jeff Pinkner
|November 22, 2000|
|5||"Hostile Makeover"||Michael Pressman||Rick Eid||November 29, 2000|
|6||"The Ultimatum"||Michael Watkins||Gary Glasberg||December 6, 2000|
|7||"Miracle on Wall Street"||Donna Deitch||Jeff Pinkner||December 13, 2000|
|8||"Rebound"||David Jones||Jeff Rake||Unaired|
|9||"Past Performance"||Donna Deitch||Po Bronson||Unaired|
|10||"Junk Bonds"||John David Coles||Rick Eid||Unaired|
|11||"Turf Wars"||Charles Correll||Jeff Rake||Unaired|
Dalton Ross of Entertainment Weekly gave the series premiere a grade of D+, stating that the "Darren Star created drama plays like a bad Melrose Place episode with obligatory IPO terminology thrown in". Howard Rosenberg of Los Angeles Times was lukewarm on the show, calling it "passable but hardly a highlight".
- From the United States Copyright Office catalog: "Public Catalog - Copyright Catalog (1978 to present) - Basic Search [search: "The Street : no."]". United States Copyright Office. Retrieved 2017-11-06.
- Dalton Ross (November 3, 2000). "What to watch". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2017-11-05.
- Howard Rosenberg (November 1, 2000). "More Sex Than Stocks in Fox's New Libido-Driven 'The $treet'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2017-11-05.