Sweet Valley High

Sweet Valley High Information

Sweet Valley High is an American comedy-drama series very loosely based on Francine Pascal's book series of the same name. The series ran from September 5, 1994 to October 14, 1997, and was produced (and distributed) by Saban Entertainment. The rights are now held by Disney-ABC Domestic Television.

After three seasons in syndication (mostly on Fox stations), the show moved to UPN for its fourth season, where it was canceled due to low ratings.


The series revolves around the lives of Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield, beautiful blonde twins who live in the fictitious Sweet Valley, California, and their gang of friends. Elizabeth is warm, friendly and sincere, while her twin sister Jessica is flirty, mischievous, and irresponsible.

Cast and characters

  • Brittany Daniel - Jessica Wakefield
  • Cynthia Daniel - Elizabeth "Liz" Wakefield
  • Ryan Bittle - Todd Wilkins (1994"1996)
  • Amy Danles - Enid Rollins, Elizabeth's Best Friend
  • Michael Perl - Winston Egbert, Todd's Best Friend
  • Harley Rodriguez - Manny Lopez, Todd & Winston's Friend
  • Bridget Flanery - Lila Fowler, (1994"1996) Jessica's Best Friend
  • Shirlee Elliot - Lila Fowler #2 (1996"1998)
  • Jeremy Vincent Garrett - Todd Wilkins #2 (1996"1998)
  • Manley Pope - Devon Whitelaw (1997"1998) Boyfriend to Elizabeth and Jessica
  • Brock Burnett - Bruce Patman (1994"1995) Todd & Winston's rival. Antagonist to Jessica.
  • Christopher Jackson - Bruce Patman #2 (1995"1996)
  • John Jocelyn - Reginald "Shred" Patman, (1996"1997) Bruce's Cousin & Winston's friend
  • Andrea Savage - Renata Vargas (1997"1998) Jessica & Lila's Friend. Briefly Todd's girlfriend.
  • Tyffany Hayes - Cheryl Thomas (1995"1998), Elizabeth's Friend
  • Amarilis - Patty Gilbert, (1994"1995) Jessica's cheerleader friend


In 1995, a soundtrack album was released featuring original songs that were in the series along with a longer version of the show's theme song.

Track listing

  1. "Sweet Valley High Theme" (Long version)
  2. "Lotion" (Jessica's Theme)
  3. "Rose Colored Glasses"
  4. "She's Got the Answers"
  5. "Not Myself Today"
  6. "Alive"
  7. "Rest of My Life"
  8. "My Jessica"
  9. "All to Myself"
  10. "Secrets"
  11. "My World"
  12. "On Our Own"
  13. "She Walks in Roses"
  14. "Sweet Valley High Theme" (TV version)


See List of Sweet Valley High episodes for more information

DVD release

To date, Buena Vista Home Entertainment has only released Season one of Sweet Valley High on DVD in Region 1. The remaining three seasons of the series have yet to be released.

DVD Name Ep # Release Date
The Complete First Season 22 March 8, 2005

See also

  • Sweet Valley High

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