Living Single (1993–1998)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy


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Follows the lives of several single male and female roommates and friends in 1990s Brooklyn, New York.


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  • Tracy Vilar in Living Single (1993)
  • Queen Latifah and Kim Coles in Living Single (1993)
  • Queen Latifah in Living Single (1993)
  • Queen Latifah in Living Single (1993)
  • Nia Long and Kim Fields in Living Single (1993)
  • Erika Alexander, Kim Fields, and Terrence 'T.C.' Carson in Living Single (1993)

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Yvette Lee Bowser

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17 May 2009 | kalixxmd
Still getting it wrong
I just visited a Yahoo site which provided updates for actors who starred in the Facts of Life. Relative to Kim Fields, the site noted that she joined Living Single in 1993. They identified Living Single as "Fox's African-American ANSWER (emphasis mine) to Friends." How could Living Single be an answer to Friends when it preceded Friends by one year? If anything Friends was a rip-off of Living Single. Moreover, Living Single was much better quality show. The characters were well-developed, believable, and provided with better character story arcs. With that said, most people would likely describe Friends as groundbreaking and Living Single as derivative. Oh well, once again those in power get to shape myth into reality.

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