Living Single

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  • TV-PG
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1993
Living Single is an American television sitcom that aired for five seasons on the Fox network from August 22, 1993 to January 1, 1998. The show centered on the lives of six friends who share personal and professional experiences while living in a Brooklyn brownstone.
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Living Single is an American television sitcom that aired for five seasons on the Fox network from August 22, 1993 to January 1, 1998. The show centered on the lives of six friends who share personal and professional experiences while living in a Brooklyn brownstone.

Original Release

08/22/1993 on FOX

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Cast

Queen Latifah Khadijah James
Erika Alexander Maxine 'Max' Felice Shaw
Kim Coles Synclaire James-Jones
John Henton Overton 'Obie' Wakefield Jones
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson Kyle Barker
Mel Jackson
Kim Fields Regine Hunter
Kim Fields Regine Hunter (as Kim Fields Freeman)
Shaun Baker Russell Montego
Cress Williams Terrence 'Scooter' Williams
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Love Don't Live Here Anymore: Part 1 Thursday, 11 September 1997
2 Love Don't Live Here Anymore: Part 2 Thursday, 18 September 1997
3 High Anxiety Thursday, 25 September 1997
4 Reconcilable Differences Thursday, 16 October 1997
5 The Best Laid Plans Thursday, 23 October 1997
6 Up the Ladder Through the Roof Thursday, 30 October 1997
7 He's the One Thursday, 06 November 1997
8 Three Men and a Buckeye Thursday, 13 November 1997
9 Forgive Us Our Trespasses Thursday, 04 December 1997
10 Misleading Lady Thursday, 11 December 1997
11 In Your Dreams Thursday, 18 December 1997
12 To Catch a Thief Thursday, 01 January 1998
13 Let's Stay Together Thursday, 01 January 1998
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Directors

Ellen Gittelsohn, Rae Kraus, Henry Chan, Henry Chan, Gil Junger, Chuck Vinson, Tony Singletary, John Bowab, Otis Sallid, Jim Drake, Rob Schiller, Maynard C. Virgil I, Kim Fields, J.D. Lobue, Matthew Diamond, Leonard R. Garner Jr., Terri McCoy

Writers

Yvette Lee Bowser, Becky Hartman Edwards, Warren Hutcherson, Jim Pond, Roger S.H. Schulman, Bill Fuller, Robert Horn, Nastaran Dibai, Jeffrey B. Hodes, Daniel Margosis, Edward C. Evans, Chris Sheridan, Chuck Tatham, Eunetta T. Boone, Arthur Harris, David Cohen, Kriss Turner, Chris Sheridan, David Steven Cohen, Jacque Edmonds, Gene Miller, Karen Kavner, Gene Miller, Clayvon C. Harris, Lore Kimbrough, Nancylee Myatt, Colleen Taber, Bernadette Luckett, David Wyatt, Rod J. Emelle, Ellen Svaco, David Wyatt, Fred Johnson, Ian Praiser, Jacqueline Davis, David M. Matthews, Lisa Michelle Payton, Meg DeLoatch, Lisa Albert, Barra Grant, Calvin Brown Jr., Diana Ayers, Susan Sebastian, Tom Anderson, Fred Johnson, Janette Kotichas Burleigh, Tom Anderson

Creators

Yvette Lee Bowser

Cast

Queen Latifah Khadijah James
Erika Alexander Maxine 'Max' Felice Shaw
Kim Coles Synclaire James-Jones
John Henton Overton 'Obie' Wakefield Jones
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson Kyle Barker
Mel Jackson
Kim Fields Regine Hunter
Kim Fields Regine Hunter (as Kim Fields Freeman)
Shaun Baker Russell Montego
Cress Williams Terrence 'Scooter' Williams
Bumper Robinson Ivan Ennis
Mel Jackson Ira Lee 'Trip' Williams
Mel Jackson Ira Lee 'Tripp' Williams III
Dorien Wilson Rev. Leslie Taylor
Khalil Kain Keith
Rita Owens Rita James
Steven Gilborn Jeffrey Higgins
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson Kyle Barker (as T.C. Carson)
J. Anthony Brown Tiberius 'Tibby' Jones
Richard Lyons Michael Janson

Producers

Editors

Henry Chan, Kim Coles, Dennis C. Vejar, Jerry Davis, Marc Lamphear, Tony Porter, Jay Scherberth

1996 Emmy Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Nominated
1995 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Nominated
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