413 Hope St.

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FOX (ended 1998)

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413 Hope St. was an ensemble show that was ahead of its time for Fox. The drama was headed by Richard Roundtree (of Shaft fame) and was set in a youth crisis center in New York. Roundtree's character opened the center after his only son was gunned down in the street over a pair of sneakers. The show often dealt with uncomfortable topics such as gang violence, incest and AIDS. Fox Broadcast History: September 1997 - January 1998: Thursday 9:00/8:00c

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