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Spin City (1996 - 2002)

Spin City (1996 - 2002)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

66%
84%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

New York City's unflappable, charismatic deputy mayor makes his clueless boss look good in this sharply written, well-played sitcom. Parkinson's disease forced Michael J. Fox to leave the show in 2000, the year he won the Emmy as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. He was replaced by Charlie Sheen, who stayed with the show until its end in 2002.

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Seasons

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2001, ABC, 22 episodes

60%
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2000, ABC, 23 episodes

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1999, ABC, 26 episodes

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1998, ABC, 26 episodes

60%
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1997, ABC, 24 episodes

79%
Critics Consensus: Spin City's mercenary view of politics makes for a reliably entertaining workplace farce, although its flippant view of meaningful issues can be more queasy than enlightening.

1996, ABC, 24 episodes

Cast

Michael J. Fox
as Michael Flaherty
Kim Raver
as Jeannie
Charlie Sheen
as Charlie Crawford
Heather Locklear
as Caitlin Moore
Barry Bostwick
as Mayor Randall Winston
Alan Ruck
as Stuart Bondek
Richard Kind
as Paul Lassiter
Michael Boatman
as Carter Heywood
Deborah Rush
as Helen Winston
Alexander Chaplin
as James Hobert
Connie Britton
as Nikki Faber
Carla Gugino
as Ashley Schaeffer
Jennifer Esposito
as Stacy Paterno
Faith Prince
as Claudia
Heidi Klum
as Heidi Klum
Sam Seder
as George
Scott Wolf
as Tim Connolly
Lana Parrilla
as Angie Ordonez
Farrah Fawcett
as Judge Claire Simmons
Frankie Muniz
as Derek Evans
Ed Koch
as Speaker Rosen
Lori Loughlin
as Michelle
Maurice Godin
as Trevor Wolf
Tom Amandes
as Wheeler
Mark Nelson
as Therapist
Kim Dickens
as Veronica
Kathleen Chalfant
as Sister Margaret
Gerry Becker
as Dr. Erlij
Olivia d'Abo
as Allison
Andy Fowle
as Bully Reporter
J.K. Simmons
as Kevin Travis
Michael Goldfinger
as Union Guy No. 1
Sam Lloyd
as Walter
Jill Tracy
as Muriel
Hope Chernov
as Bridget
Marion McCorry
as Ms. Murell
Matt L. Hedge
as Young Paul
John Bland
as Reporter No. 1
Luke Perry
as Spence
Chris Berman
as Himself
Kim Yancey
as Reporter No. 2
Milo O'Shea
as Father Larry
Robert Hays
as Stone Taylor
John Scurti
as Reporter
George Wendt
as Dan Donaldson
Mitch Rouse
as Steve/Mr. Bungle
Nancy Giles
as Social Worker
Mark Linn-Baker
as Dr. Alan Benjamin
Kim Sykes
as Reporter No. 1
Julie Pop
as Teacher No. 1
Jason Priestley
as Scott Turner
Amy Jo Johnson
as Stephanie
Mark Valley
as Joseph Maxwell
Dabbs Greer
as Dr. Laughlin
Sam McMurray
as Daniel Bryant
Ned Van Zandt
as Mr. Anderson
David Razowsky
as Dr. Lewis
Bob Gunton
as Governor
Ned Romero
as Chief Phil
Jeff Gordon
as Himself
Bonita Friedericy
as Housekeeper
Judith Light
as Christine
Rusty Joiner
as Attractive Man
Larry Elder
as Himself
Xavier Montalvo
as Teacher No. 2
Samm Levine
as Young Paul
Alex Kapp Horner
as Karen Case
Lou Cutell
as Shelly
Roger Lodge
as Himself
Lydie Denier
as Mlle. Simone
Linda Stephens
as Barb Parres
Clem Blake
as Richard
Monique Edwards
as Woman No. 1
David Doty
as `Doctor'
Howard Mann
as Elderly Man
Buzz Bovshow
as Rabbi Judson
Barry Wiggins
as Bartender
Blake Clark
as Claremont
Paul Tigue
as Marcus
Kathryn Joosten
as Sister Agnes
Zaid Farid
as Foreman
Jack McGee
as Off. Greenfield
Amy Irving
as Lindsay Shaw
René Ashton
as Tiffany
Pattie Tierce
as Ottawa Mayor
Judith Moreland
as Elsa Kirkpatrick
Michael Gross
as Dr. Peterson
John McMartin
as Senator Joe Grady
Greg Wrangler
as Delivery Man
Noel Conlon
as Coach Becker
William Hill
as Doorman No. 1
Holly Mandel
as Rebecca
Marceline Hugot
as Day Care Person
Nick James Sullivan
as Photographer
John Seidman
as Instructor
Alice Drummond
as Miss Spencer
John C. Vennema
as Building Manager
Robb Pruitt
as Samaritan No. 1
Matt Besser
as Director
Frank Santorelli
as Doorman No. 2
Dael Oriandersmith
as Ethel Finney
Kevin Mambo
as Smooth Daddy
Michael Hobert
as Kid No. 1
Elaina Erika Davis
as Reporter No. 1
Doug Spinuzza
as Stoner Guy
Bill Patrick
as Reporter No. 2
Stephanie McVay
as Tour Guide
Joy Behar
as Herself
Lori Tan Chinn
as Samaritan No. 2
Nick Wyman
as Executive
Thomas Lyons
as Reporter No. 2
William R. Charlton
as Depressed Man
George Ede
as Old Man
Bill Kux
as Doctor
Star Jones
as Herself
Lisa Ling
as Herself
Anne Shropshire
as Nikki's grandmother
Michael Aronov
as Protestor No. 1
Ron Mathews
as Buff Guy No. 1
Timm Sharp
as Protestor No. 2
Gabe Doran
as Buff Guy No. 2
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Sep 17, 1996
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Gary David Goldberg, David S. Rosenthal
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