Fame (1982–1987)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Music, Musical

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The stories of the students and faculty of the New York City High School for the Performing Arts.




  • Lori Singer in Fame (1982)
  • Carol Mayo Jenkins in Fame (1982)
  • Lee Curreri and Gene Anthony Ray in Fame (1982)
  • Fame (1982)
  • Albert Hague in Fame (1982)
  • Lori Singer in Fame (1982)

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6 February 2006 | niohc
Great viewing for all ages
In addition to the original movie, "Fame," the TV series is still vibrant and compelling. The music is for the most part still fresh, and the choreography and dance performances are ageless. The characters as well as the dancing and singing give the show an energy that is contagious and leaves you smiling. Of course the series is not for the literal-minded--what musical is?--so if you are bothered by people "spontaneously" bursting into fully-scored singing and fully- choreographed dancing, skip it. If you like music and dance and would enjoy explorations of the dreams and problems of young people by them and the equally-interesting adult faculty of the "Fame" school, you'll love this series. It's particularly good viewing for kids, too.

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