The Heights


The Heights Information

The Heights is an American musical drama series that aired on the Fox network from August to November 1992.

Synopsis

The Heights centers on a fictional band (also called The Heights) made up of mostly middle-class young adults. Episodes regularly featured one of their songs.

The eventual theme song for the show, "How Do You Talk to an Angel" (sung by Walters), went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and was the first song from a television show to top the Hot 100 since 1985. The Heights premiered on August 27, 1992 to low ratings, and never gained a substantial audience. Fox canceled the series less than a week after the theme song fell from the number one spot.

Main cast

  • Jamie Walters " Alex O'Brien
  • Camille Saviola " Shelley Abramowitz
  • Alex Désert " Stan Lee
  • Charlotte Ross " Hope Linden
  • Donnelly Rhodes " Harry Abramowitz
  • Jon Cuthbert " Sean McDougall
  • Shawn David Thompson " J.T. Banks
  • Cheryl Pollak " Rita MacDougal
  • Tasia Valenza " Jodie Abramowitz
  • Ray Aranha " Mr. Mike
  • Ken Garito " Anthur "Dizzy" Mazelli
  • Zachary Throne " Lenny Wieckowski

Episodes

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "Talk to an Angel" August 27, 1992
1"2 "Children of the Night " September 3, 1992
1"3 "Decisions" September 10, 1992
1"4 "Natalie" September 17, 1992
1"5 "Shooting Stars" September 24, 1992
1"6 "Flashback" October 1, 1992
1"7 "So Hot" October 22, 1992
1"8 "On the Road" October 29, 1992
1"9 "The Big Day" November 5, 1992
1"10 "Honeymoon" November 12, 1992
1"11 "Strains" November 19, 1992
1"12 "Nightmares" November 26, 1992
1"13 "The Big Chance" Never aired

Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Category Recipient
1993 BMI Film & TV Awards Won Special Recognition Barry Coffing, Stephanie Tyrell, and Steve Tyrell
For the song "How Do You Talk To An Angel"
1993 Primetime Emmy Award Nominated Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics Barry Coffing, Stephanie Tyrell, and Steve Tyrell
For the song "How Do You Talk To An Angel"

See also

  • Catwalk (TV series) a 1992-94 TV series about a fictional band, with several of the same song writers as 'The Heights'.
  • Glee (TV series) a comedy-drama TV series about a fictional Glee club, which began airing in 2009.
  • The Monkees (TV series) a 1966-1968 comedy television series about a fictional band.



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