Ferris Bueller

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NBC (ended 1991)

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Ferris Bueller

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This series was based on the hit 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, starring Matthew Broderick. However, the series wasn't treated as a continuation of the film. In fact, the movie was referenced in the first episode when Ferris implied that he wasn't too thrilled with the choice of Broderick to portray him. Ferris Bueller hit the airwaves on NBC at the same time FOX's Parker Lewis Can't Lose did. The two series had incredible similarities, and episode titles like 'Ferris Bueller Can't Win' referenced this rivalry. But in the end, Ferris Bueller lost the battle and was cancelled after one season.
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  • Ugh!!!

    3.7
    Why did I think of this show just now? Its all part of the Lattice of Coincidence. Ya know, like when you are thinking about Shrimp and out of the blue someone says "Shrimp" or "Plate of Shrimp" for no reason - and there aint no point in looking for one either.



    But I digress... This show was a shameless attempt to milk a 4 year old movie (at the time) for a few more bucks. If they did this show with the original movie cast back in '86, it might have worked. This mess? No chance. Amazing it lasted as long as it did.



    The fresh-as-a-daisy Jennifer Aniston was the only bright spot in this mess-and even she couldnt save it.moreless
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