Girls Club

Girls Club Information

Girls Club (sometimes styled in all-lowercase) is an American television series created by David E. Kelley that was shown on Fox in the United States in October 2002. It is often compared to Ally McBeal, another series created by Kelley, which ended in May 2002.


Three young, female lawyers share a deep friendship and a common desire to leave their mark on the legal system. After graduating, they move to San Francisco where they find employment in the same law firm called Myers, Berry, Cherry & Fitch. There, the women attempt to break through the barriers of the male-dominated workforce. In describing the concept of girls club Kelley said, "I'm looking to capture both the nerves of a young associate and also the gender politics that go on inside big corporate law firms."


Actor Role
Gretchen Mol Lynne Camden
Kathleen Robertson Jeannie Falls
Chyler Leigh Sarah Mickle
Giancarlo Esposito Nicholas Hahn
Sam Jaeger Kevin O'Neil
Donovan Leitch Michael Harrod


Fox added Girls Club to its Monday night schedule for Fall 2002 sight-unseen based on the success of creator David E. Kelley's previous series. At the time of its cancellation six of the thirteen episodes ordered had been completed. Only two episodes were broadcast on Fox in the United States and on CH in Canada. In Latin America girls club was advertised, but never aired.


The series was consistently the lowest-rated show in the 18"49 demographic in its time slot, with The WB's Everwood and UPN's Girlfriends faring better. In a mid-season poll of favorite TV shows conducted by the magazine Electronic Media, Girls Club placed as the third worst show of the season.

Episode list

The initial order was for 13 episodes. When the series was cancelled after the airing of the second episode production was completed on the sixth episode, the seventh and eight were in production, and the script for the ninth episode had been written.

No. Title Director Writer American
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Original air date Production
Aux3= 5.8 ShortSummary= Lynne is nervous about her first criminal trial and proving herself to one of the senior partners. Sarah loses her first client and case to a coworker and then loses her temper in the middle of the office. A senior partner in the firm takes Jeannie under his tutelage and she soon realises his motivations are not so honourable. LineColor=92b2b7 }}

Aux3= 5.0 ShortSummary=When Lynne's client accidentally kills himself while in custody due to an incident of auto-erotic asphyxiation gone wrong she is sued by his family for not disclosing that he confessed an attraction to her. Ignoring the advice of Hahn, Lynne confesses everything in her deposition. Sarah, who is second-chairing the offshore drilling case which she brought to the firm, seeks out the advice of a former congressman who wrote the original legislation on the matter. Jeannie's suspicion of Spencer Lewis continues to manipulate Jeannie under the guise of helping her career by giving her more work, which he will be overseeing. LineColor=92b2b7 }}

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