Veronica's Closet

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NBC (ended 2000)

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Veronica's Closet

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From the creators of Friends, Veronica's Closet is a workplace sitcom following the life of Ronnie Chase, the successful media magnate behind fashionable lingerie and book company Veronica's Closet. Unfortunately for Ronnie, things in her life start going awry, as her husband leaves her and she finds herself hitting middle-age.

Veronica's Closet was broadcast on NBC, and produced by Warner Bros. Television and Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions. The series ran for three seasons before being canceled, resulting in the final four episodes being left unseen until the series showed up in syndication.
Ron Silver

Ron Silver

Alec Bilson (Season 2)

Wallace Langham

Wallace Langham

Josh Blair

Christopher McDonald

Christopher McDonald

Bryce Chase

Kathy Najimy

Kathy Najimy

Olive Massery

Robert Prosky

Robert Prosky

Pat Chase (Season 1)

Lorri Bagley

Lorri Bagley

June Bilson (Season 3)

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  • Started out strong but wound up failing miserably

    1.0
    I really enjoyed this show the first season. The second season started out pretty rocky & the third season was wretched. Turning Josh gay was the worst storyline ever. I know Hollywood is uberliberal but adding their gay touch on this show wrecked it. Even homosexuals felt that storyline was asinine. It's a shame that they twisted what was once a really great sitcom into a show on coming out just to please the liberals.moreless
  • VG Underappreciated show

    8.0
    From the same creators of FRIENDS, this was a very good show that could have been a great one if not for some bad casting choices and replacements. Kirstie Alley was absolutely fabulous here. Extremelly funny, and Kathy Najimy was no less great:) As for the rest of the cast, I think they were OK, being the most notorious Wallace Langham. As for bad casting choices, I HAVE to name Daryl Mitchell. On the contrary, BIG KUDOS to Lorri Bagley for playing a character that was really funny on season 3. Sadly, the show couldn\'t survive:( Personal favourite forever:)moreless
  • They fine-tuned this show and made it into Fat Actress.

    7.0
    It's too bad they couldn't make this show work, it had all the elements to be really funny. Kirstie Alley was a bit schitzo at times, but the rest of the cast pulled her through it. Stand outs were Dan Cortese and Daryll Mitchell as staff members of Veronica's Closet lingerie company. I see the irony of Kirstie playing the CEO of a lingerie comp, but that didn't bother me so much. It wasn't a stellar show, but I feel like it wasn't given a chance to grow the audience it could've. I mean, if you're going to premiere a show on Must see TV Thursday, then give it all you got.moreless
  • i think it is hilarious

    9.0
    i think this show is really funny. i only started watching repeats recently when i was off sick. i like ronnie, olive, josh and perry. i also like leo. i love the stories and obviously the characters. i haven't seen very many episodes but the ones i have seen were very good. i love how they all think josh is gay. i have realised that it is all the same people in everything. for example wallace langham ( josh ) is in csi and i have seen dan corsete in things as well, like 8 simple rules. i really like this showmoreless
  • Good to start, not so good afterwards

    5.0
    This post Cheers vehicle for Kirstie Alley certainly looked good. There was good lines, as there usually is in US network sitcoms, and a superb supporting cast (Kathy Najimy, Wallace Langham, the sexy Dan Cortese etc.). But the second series killed it for me, Robert Prosky(Ronnie's dad Pat) disappeared & in came Ron Silver as a possible love interest for Ronnie, the on screen chemistry seemed invisible to me. The third series ressembled a sick animal in need of destroying.

    My guilty pleasure is the original theme music by Jeffrey Osborne, it's catchy & better than Moby's.moreless
  • Which episode...
    In which episode Veronica thinks, she'll get a new kitchen and she won't be fatter anymore?Miha2c30
    05/06/08
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