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This coming-of-age drama tracked the experiences of the naive Felicity Porter (Keri Russell), who moves across the country to New York to attend college and pursue her high school crush, Ben Covington (Scott Speedman). The show followed Felicity and her new friends as they made the transition to adulthood and dealt with an endless slew of crises. The show aired 4 seasons and showed the main characters' four years attending college. Although now off the air, it remains one of the WB's best shows, giving the audience a realistic portrayal of the world of young adults.
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  • Keri Russell

    Keri Russell

    Felicity Porter

    Scott Speedman

    Scott Speedman

    Ben Covington

    Scott Foley

    Scott Foley

    Noel Crane

    Tangi Miller

    Tangi Miller

    Elena Tyler (Episodes 2-84)

    Greg Grunberg

    Greg Grunberg

    Sean Blumberg (Season 2-4, recurring previously)

    Amanda Foreman

    Amanda Foreman

    Meghan Rotundi (Season 2-4, recurring previously)

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    • I was a Freshman in college...

      When this show had its premiere I was a Freshman just like Felicity was. I remember I couldn't miss an episode of this show and had to make sure I set aside time each week when it aired. I related a lot to this show because I was going through the same fears every college Freshman does, and it was comforting to have someone to go through it with.

      I watched this show all four years and was sad to see it go. Sometimes when I'm in a nostalgic mood, I will watch it again just to relive thw show and my own memories of that time.

      Great show!moreless
    • Oh my...

      Do I have memories to this show... The funny part is, i dont so much have memories of what actually happened in the show, as much as memories of wathing it and things that happenend in my own life. I don't think thats the case with any other TV-series i have followed. Must say that i loved the show while it aired, but i wasnt to sad when it got cancelled. So all in all, a show worth watching, but nothing i would watch again.moreless
    • I was drawn to her character role

      and she was a blast to watch!
    • One of best shows ever. It is twelve years after it was premiered and I watchted it this year. I was very surprised about its endless humor, storyline in which all generations can enjoy and just everything about this show that was written so well.moreless

      One day during summer holidays I was a little bored, so I turned on my TV to see what's on. On one of the programmes Felicity was on. I didn't know the show or the characters or the storyline, but there was something that just kept me watching it. So I watched all of the seasons and all of the episodes (which isn't very little). And those hours that were spend for Felicity were one of the best hours I spent on TV shows.

      Everything about that show is just so wonderful. The best thing is how the young generations can identify with Felicity and her growing up. She was just so lost, confused and scared when she followed Ben to New York but at the end of the show she is so brave, determined and a great person. But still that didn't mean that she never made mistakes again or anything like that. And that impressed me so much - how this show was so realistic.

      Also what I loved was how all the characters developed during the show, especially Ben. His relationship with Felicity was very different at the end that at the beginning. But what never changed and what I absolutely adored were their hugs. :) And how their relationship was the best relationship I ever saw on TV show. It was so realistic I don't have words to describe it.

      All the other characters were also so great. I loved Richard and his stupid jokes. :D I loved Elena, what a great friend she was. And Meghan, oh my god, she was absolutely the best. Just what the show needed in order to become even more interesting and different. Noel was also very well played, I liked him. Also a very good character which has made this show was of course Sean, especially his inventions and how he reacted in situations. :D And I mustn't forget Javier which was very interesting. :)

      I can't give this show a 10 because of only two things. First, because of that Greg - Felicity relationship!! I thought I was gonna die watching these two being on dates and at his weekend and everything. Their relationship was reaaaally boring, dull and it lasted forever! The second thing was that time travel at the end of the show. I mean what the hell was that? It just didn't fit in the concept of Felicity and there were also some really illogical things there. Maybe it was interesting for some people but I just didn't like it.

      But overall, all the humorous situations in the show, all the characters developing so surprisingly, almost all the romances, the friendship, the tough things to get through in college, everyhting was absolutely perfect. :)moreless
    • 'Felicity' so far is the best college drama I have seen to date. And it is one of very few shows that I cared to see more than once.

      While it may seem at the first glance that it is yet another silly teem drama, it is so much more than that.

      The mainline of the show is simple - we get a young and naive heroine Felicity, who suddenly changes all her college plans and dashes to New York after a guy she is secretly in love with, but whom she doesn't really know... yet. From that moment the story gradually develops into an intriguing and captivating story of her self exploration and of her learning to be independent and becoming an adult throughout her 4 years at college (every season corresponds to a particular year at college). On the one hand the show gives a really good insight of college life, especially of that outside the classrooms. And on the other hand, it is a strong and believable story of a young person becoming an adult. Last, but definitely not least, one gets a complicated love story.moreless

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