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TV Series
    (September 24, 1993-May 5, 2000)
    Originally aired on ABC
    Ben Savage as Cory Matthews
    William Russ as Alan Matthews
    Betsy Randle as Amy Matthews
    Will Friedle as Eric Matthews
    Lily Nicksay as Morgan Matthews #1 (1993-1995)
    Lindsay Ridgeway as Morgan Matthews #2 (1995-2000)
    Rider Strong as Shawn Hunter
    William Daniels as Mr. George Feeny
    Danielle Fishel as Topanga Lawrence (Matthews)
    Anthony Tyler Quinn as Jonathan Turner (1994-1997)
    Matthew Lawrence as Jack Newman (1997-2000)
    Trina McGee-Davis as Angela Moore (1997-2000)
    Maitland Ward as Rachel McGuire (1998-2000)
    Ethan Suplee as Frankie Stechino (1994-1998)
    Premise: The problems facing a teenage boy
    Set in Philadelphia
    It starred Fred Savage's little brother.
    It was shown during ABC's dreadful 'TGIF' block, and its reruns appeared on Disney Channel and ABC Family.
    It had many continuity errors.
    Cory aged ten years during the seven seasons of the show.
    Somehow Mr. Feeny was a teacher or principal in every school Cory attended.
    Two child actresses portrayed Morgan, Cory's little sister.
    Its opening sequence and theme music changed nearly every season.
    Three of its episodes are banned from showing on the Disney Channel due to its mature themes.
    It contained several references to the career of William Daniels, especially his role in '1776.'
    More adult themes such as pre-marital sex and drinking were explored as the show and cast aged (a rarity for a teen sitcom).
    Jim Abbott, Debbe Dunning, Pat Morita and Dick Van Patten made guest appearances.
    One episode parodied ABC's schedule tampering of the show by having a character complain about it. ABC moved it to a earlier time spot after the episode aired.
    It was produced by the Oscar-nominated producer of 'Quiz Show,' Michael Jacobs.
    Despite several cancellation threats during its duration, it lasted seven seasons.

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