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Where I Live
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Genre Sitcom
Created by Michael Jacobs
Ehrich Van Lowe
Written by Alan Daniels
Gary Hardwick
Michael Jacobs
April Kelly
Lore Kimbrough
Paula Mitchell Manning
Ehrich Van Lowe
Stan Seidel
Directed by Arlene Sanford
Rob Schiller
David Trainer
Tom Trbovich
Michael Zinberg
Starring Doug E. Doug
Flex
Shaun Baker
Lorraine Toussaint
Yunoka Doyle
Jason Bose Smith
Sullivan Walker
Theme music composer Ray Colcord
Composer(s) Ray Colcord
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 21 (7 unaired)
Production
Executive producer(s) Michael Jacobs
Ehrich Van Lowe
Producer(s) Mitchell Bank
Mark Brull
Doug E. Doug
April Kelly
Brian LaPan
Stan Seidel
Dawn Tarnofsky
Editor(s) Marco Zappia
Running time 22-24 min
Production company(s) Touchstone Television
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run March 5, 1993 – November 20, 1993

Where I Live is an American sitcom that premiered in 1993 as part of ABC's TGIF lineup. The series was created and executive produced by Michael Jacobs and Ehrich Van Lowe.

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Synopsis

The series starred Doug E. Doug as Douglas St. Martin, a Trinidadian-American teenager living in the Harlem section of New York City. He lived with his caring, hard-working parents and his younger sister. Much of the show focused on Douglas' misadventures with his best friends, Reggie and Malcolm. The show was based on Doug E. Doug's own childhood.

A midseason replacement, the series drew critical acclaim for its realistic portrayals, but the ratings were very low, putting the show on the brink of cancellation. Support from fans and Bill Cosby helped the show get renewed for a second season.[1] The show returned in the summer on Tuesdays after Full House, which raised the ratings temporarily. Bill Cosby then became a consultant on the series. However, the show was moved to Saturday nights for its second season and the ratings even lower than before. Eight episodes were produced for the second season but the show was cancelled after three of them aired.

Cast

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Recurring cast

  • Almayvonne - Vonzella

Episodes

Season 1

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "Occupant" March 5, 1993
1-2 "One Dead Mother" March 12, 1993
1-3 "Curf Me? ... Curfew!" March 19, 1993
1-4 "My Fair Forward" March 26, 1993
1-5 "Doug Gets Busy" April 2, 1993
1-6 "Dontay's Inferno" April 6, 1993
1-7 "Past Tense, Future Imperfect" April 9, 1993
1-8 "Opposites Attack" April 16, 1993
1-9 "Married ... with Children" April 23, 1993
1-10 "Malcolm 2X" April 30, 1993
1-11 "I Live Where?" May 7, 1993
1-12 "Shirt Happens" Never aired
1-13 "The Terminator" Never aired

Season 2

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "Big Mon on Campus" November 6, 1993
1-2 "I Am Not a Role Model" November 13, 1993
1-3 "The Big Easy" November 20, 1993
1-4 "Local Hero" Never aired
1-5 "Miracle on 134th Street" Never aired
1-6 "Class Action" Never aired
1-7 "The Domino Theory" Never aired
1-8 "Let Them Eat Snacks" Never aired

Syndication

Reruns of the series, including the unaired episodes, were broadcast on the TV One cable network in 2009.

Award nominations

Year Award Result Category Recipient
1994 Young Artist Awards Nominated Best Youth Comedian Doug E. Doug
Best Youth Actress Recurring or Regular in a TV Series Yunoka Doyle

References

  1. ^ Brooks, Tim; Marsh, Earle F. (2007-10-17). The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-Present (9 ed.). Ballantine Books. pp. 1510. ISBN 0-345-49773-2.  

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