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Flash Forward
Genre Children's television series
Created by Bernice Vanderlaan
Alyson Feltes
Daphne Ballon
Directed by Alex Chapple
John Bell
Milan Cheylov
Neill Fearnley
Graeme Lynch
Bruce McDonald
Ron Oliver
David Straiton
Creative director(s) John May
Starring Jewel Staite
Ben Foster
Asia Vieira
Theodore Borders
Country of origin United States United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Daphne Ballon
Seaton McLean
Alyson Feltes (Episodes 1-4)
Producer(s) Jamie Paul Rock (Episodes 1-4)
Jan Peter Meyboom (Episodes 5-26)
Location(s) Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Cinematography David Perrault
Running time 30 Minutes
Original channel Disney Channel
Original airing 1996
Preceded by Adventures in Wonderland
Followed by The Famous Jett Jackson

Flash Forward is an American Disney Channel Original Series produced in Canada for pre-teens and teenagers which aired on both the Disney Channel and ABC during the mid-1990s. The show took a look at the lives of two best friends and neighbors since birth, Tucker and Rebecca, and their respective adventures as they travel through the world of eighth grade. The show was produced by Atlantic Films in association with the Disney Channel (Buena Vista International, Inc.). Flash Forward is notable for being the first of the original series created by Disney Channel in the late 1990s.



Tucker "Tuck" James (Ben Foster)

Tucker is a 13-year-old who has just begun the eighth grade and sees it as a life-altering event. Tucker faces the travails of a teen's life with his trademark humor and rebounds from the fouls dealt by bullies and the occasional intruding parent by seeking solace in his friendship with Miles. He and Becca have been best friends since they were born and remain committed to each other through thick and thin.

Rebecca "Becca" Fisher (Jewel Staite)

Becca, also 13, is the much-flustered best friend of Tucker and is experiencing the same disillusionment with eighth grade. Her new best friend is Christine, someone who Becca sees as an easier person than Tucker to confide in about the things that are starting to matter (namely boys). Becca also faces ridicule from her bossy and stuck-up sister Ellen and carries a secret crush on the local pizza maker, Gooch.

Miles Vaughn (Theodore Borders)

Miles is Tucker's new best friend and starts the eighth grade year off as his constant companion. He often acts as the voice of reason in his relationship with Tucker, often bringing Tucker back down to the ground when Tucker allow his flights of fancy to get the better of him.

Christine "Chris" Harrison (Asia Vieira)

Christine is Becca's new best friend and often finds herself in the middle of Becca's schemes and troubles. She serves as a source of companionship and most importantly a listener, someone Becca can confide in during their ever-changing world. Christine is the owner of the dubiously named Steve, a female dog.

Horace James (Ricky Mabe)

Horace is Tucker's long-suffering brother. He is often the butt of Tucker's jokes and pranks, but holds a great deal of respect for his older brother. He is known for capturing all on his video camera, sometimes using the footage to his advantage as blackmail against Tucker. He is very much the typical annoying little brother.

Ellen Fisher

Played by both Rachel Blanchard (ep. 1-4) and Robin Brûlé. Ellen is Becca's domineering, self-centered older sister. She has no real respect for anyone other than herself and (arguably) her boyfriend Ryan. Ellen is often a source of pain and discomfort for her younger sister.

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Preceded by
Adventures in Wonderland
Disney Channel Original Series Succeeded by
The Famous Jett Jackson

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