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The main cast of Clueless, (from left to right), Amber, Sean, Dionne, Murray and Cher.
Created by
Amy Heckerling
Rachel BlanchardStacey DashElisa DonovanDonald FaisonSean Hollandet al.
Country of origin
United States
No. of episodes
62 (List of episodes)
Running time
30 minutes(with commercials)
Original channel
Original run
September 20, 1996 May 25, 1999
Clueless is a television series based on the 1995 teen movie of the same name (which in its own right, was based on the Jane Austen book Emma). The series originally premiered on ABC on September 20, 1996 as a part of the TGIF lineup during its first season. The show then spent its last two seasons on UPN ending on May 25, 1999.
Reruns of the show once aired on Nickelodeon and now currently air on The N.
1 Synopsis
2 Critical response
3 Cast and characters
3.1 Main
3.2 Recurring
4 Episodes
5 Differences between the movie and the TV series
6 Other ties to the movie
7 Network change
8 Crossovers
8.1 Moesha crossover
8.2 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch crossover
9 References
10 External links
Rachel Blanchard played the role of Cher that was originated by Alicia Silverstone in the movie. Stacey Dash (Dionne), Donald Faison (Murray), Elisa Donovan (Amber), Wallace Shawn (Mr. Hall), and Twink Caplan (Ms. Geist) all reprised their movie roles for the television series, which ran on ABC from 1996 to 1997 and with a network change on UPN from 1997 to 1999. The theme song for the TV series, Ordinary Girl, was written by Charlotte Caffey (of the Go-Go's) and Anna Waronker, and was performed by China Forbes.
Critical response
Clueless the TV series is often not regarded as highly as the movie[1]. Fans of the movie believed that Rachel Blanchard, although carrying a slight resemblance to Alicia Silverstone, was not as charismatic or charming as Silverstone. Reportedly, Silverstone was asked to reprise her role before she turned it down in order to focus on her blossoming film career. Silverstone though would eventually move into the world of series television with a starring role on the short-lived NBC series Miss Match.
The show was often chastised for its frequent usage of the tried and true very special episode formula (many came during its stint on UPN). Among the topics that were dealt with were:
Teenage pregnancy[2]
Marijuana usage[4]
Faulty drug tests[5]
Drunk driving[6]
Safe sex
Students living in a neighborhood outside of the school district[7]
Some viewers believe that the edginess of the movie was not translated well to the television screen. The television series was instead looked at as being more (if not too) politically correct (especially during its stint on ABC) for its own good.
Cast and characters
Rachel Blanchard as Cher Horowitz
Stacey Dash as Dionne Davenport
Elisa Donovan as Amber Mariens
Donald Faison as Murray Duvall
Sean Holland as Sean Holiday
David Lascher as Josh (Season 1)
Wallace Shawn as Mr. Alphonse Hall (Season 1)
Twink Caplan as Mrs. Geist-Hall (Season 1)
Michael Lerner as Mel Horowitz #1 (Season 1)
Doug Sheehan as Mel Horowitz #2 (Season 2- Season 3)
Danny Strong as Marshall Gasner
Julie Brown as Coach Millie Deemer
Main article: List of Clueless episodes
Differences between the movie and the TV series
There were several inconsistencies between the movie and the TV series. While it was presumed or implied in the movie that Dionne and Murray had been sexually active, on the TV series Dionne suddenly became a virgin again. In the pilot, Cher mentions she didn't know Mr. Hall's wife Ms. Geist, when she was the one who paired them up in the movie. In the movie, Cher was considerably more selfish and less optimistic, whereas on the TV series she's more naturally caring and positive. Cher, Dionne and Amber are considerably less fashionable in the series when compared to the outfits they wore in the movie.
When Doug Sheehan replaced Micheal Lerner as Cher's father Mel at the start of the second season, Mel had grown significantly more mellow and humane than the character that Dan Hedaya portrayed in the movie. Also, the idea of having Josh (played on the TV series by David Lascher) serve as a love interest for Cher (as it was played out in the movie) was almost non-existent on the TV series. Josh, along with Ms. Geist and Mr. Hall, were written out of the series by the time the show moved to UPN.
Julie Brown's character in the movie was named Coach Millie...(and so on)

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