While The X-Files was probing into the supernatural and Friends was satisfying the sitcom itch, Party of Five was the hour-long drama series on Fox pitting a San Franciscan family of five against the perils of growing up parentless.
The show got off on a rocky start when it came to ratings, but came back swinging in its third season with a ratings boost and a Golden Globe win for Best Television Series – Drama. As shamelessly sentimental as it was aggressively plaid, Party of Five has since become staple ’90s-era viewing. While the show’s creators Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman deserve credit for giving the show a pulse, its decade-shaping cast were what truly gave the story life.
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