Articles for The Class Season 1

CBS, somewhat surprisingly, has ordered more episodes of the ensemble comedy The Class. This comes after both mediocre ratings and a bevy of lukewarm reviews. They haven‘t ordered a full season just yet, however. TVSquad has all the details.I‘m torn on The Class, in theory. I‘ve only seen the pilot and it showcased some good potential, but not enough for me to put it on my permanent viewing schedule. The Class was created by David Crane (“Friends”) and Jeffrey Klarik (“Mad About You”) so it‘s not like the show lacks pedigree. In fact, we interviewed Crane and Klarik recently, and, besides being quite amiable, they were very confident in CBS‘s confidence in them. The ordering of more episodes speaks to that.  Read more »
Fall 2006 New Shows Rank: #14Gist of the Show:A group of twenty-somethings who attended third grade together (hence, The Class) are suddenly reunited.Cast Member Looking To Reclaim Former Glory:Co-creator David Crane, who also co-created “Friends"Similar in Theme to: "The Breakfast Club", in that the characters on The Class have no existing relationships of substance when the series begins. They will not be similar in quality.Time Slot Competition:Deal or No Deal, Prison BreakLikelihood of Second has a good time slot, leading into the hit How I Met Your Mother.Final Word:The first couple episodes of The Class have been poorly reviewed by critics, yet there is some buzz surrounding the show. It‘s clear CBS wants the show to be big and, like Crane‘s last show “Friends", these type of ensemble comedies take some time to hit their strides. The cast is attractive and fresh, and if viewers are patient, The Class could be a sleeper. -Oscar Dahl Read more »
Recently, David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik took time out of their hectic schedules to conduct an exclusive interview with BuddyTV about the pair‘s new show, The Class. David Crane was a co-creator, writer and executive producer on a little show called "Friends". Klarik has written for a number of hit shows including "Mad About You" and "Dream On"The Class is about a group of 3rd grade classmates who reconnect in their mid-twenties. It airs on CBS every Monday at 8:30 PM ET/PT.How did you guys come up with the idea for The Class? Read more »
Multitalented, Sean Maguire has notably established himself in the field of movies, theater, television and the music world. A natural hunk, he leaves a lasting impression to the crowd as a “neat and nice” guy who would still look amazingly good even if he gets messy. Ultimately, he became part of the television series The Class, which further exposes his acting career. Read more »
Andrea Anders perfectly exemplifies “cheery and sunny.” Beautiful with a very attractive body, she gives delight to her fans with her inclusion to the comedy series The Class. Ultimately, this hottie effortlessly captures babe-thirsty viewers with her class and sophistication.  Read more »
Aside from the family drama Joan of Arcadia, Jason Ritter was known for his role as Ethan Haas on the comedy series The Class. In love with his fiancée Joan Richman, Ethan planned a surprise reunion party consisting of their third grade classmates to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the day they met. Unfortunately, Joanne dumped Ethan for smothering her. He eventually developed a unique friendship with Kat Warbler who helped him moved on with his life. Driven by his romantic feelings for Kat, he attempted to pursue a relationship with her but, in the end, was not able to do so. Read more »
Lucy Punch became a TV regular when she was cast on the comedy series The Class. As the character Holly Ellenbogen, she lingered on the series for 12 episodes, leaving the show due to creative changes implemented by the executive producers. Previously, she was Kyle Lendo’s prom date but was brokenhearted when he cheated on her with another guy. Later, she became a successful television news reporter who married the seemingly effeminate Perry Pearl. Still devastated on Kyle’s cheating, she went to Ethan Haas’ reunion party to brag to Kyle how happy she is with her married life. Read more »
Finally.After a month of holidays, egg nog, and more Snoopy and Ralphie Parker than one knows what to do with, we‘re finally back to normal. January is upon us, 2007 has begun its tyrannical, 300-plus day reign, and our favorite TV shows will no longer bludgeon us with repeats. Tomorrow, January 3rd, brings the return of a couple of our favorites, as well as two brand new shows.After that, the flood begins, and over the next month virtually every original program will air new episodes. A full list of the returning dates for most every show on television is after the jump. Read more »
It‘s another blast with the past with The Class actor Sean Maguire, who has been slated to star in Comedy Central‘s new show, Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire.  The new show will be the network‘s first shot into the medieval comedy genre, and is scheduled to premiere in the first months of 2009.  Being shot in Hungary, Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire features Maguire as the reluctant hero, Krod Mandoon, a sensitive but clueless freedom fighter.  The show tackles his misadventures in the “long ago past,” filled with outrageous comedic feats.  In a time of darkness, dungeons and barbarians, Krod Mandoon becomes the age‘s last hope in the struggle against the evil Dongalor.  With the death of Arcadius, Krod‘s mentor, the hero must rely on no one but himself and his worrisome hairline. Read more »