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Leap of Faith (TV series)

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Leap of Faith (TV series)

Leap of Faith
Genre Sitcom
Written by Jenny Bicks
Becky Hartman-Edwards
Directed by Adam Bernstein
Alex Graves
Starring Sarah Paulson
Lisa Edelstein
Bradley White
Tim Meadows
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run February 28 – April 4, 2002 (2002-04-04)

Leap of Faith is a half-hour single-camera comedy that aired on NBC in early 2002, right after Friends on NBC's Thursday comedy block at 8:30 PM EST, as part of Must See TV. One of the highest rated shows to be cancelled, the series ended after just six episodes, despite ranking 12th for the season and having an average of 16.5 million viewers per episode.[1]

Main Crew

Episodes

# Name Original Air Date (2002)
1 Detours February 28
2 Whole in One March 7
3 The Balls Game March 14
4 Peeps March 21
5 The Baby Snugglers March 28
6 Carmic Behaviour April 4

Ratings

Season Average: 16.5 million viewers[1]

  • Episode 1: Detours (2/28/02) - Viewers: 20.8 million viewers
  • Episode 2: Whole In One (3/07/02) - Viewers: 18.7 million
  • Episode 3: The Balls Game (3/14/02) - Viewers: 15.2 million
  • Episode 4: Peeps (3/21/02) - Viewers: 15.2 million
  • Episode 5: The Baby Snugglers (3/28/02) - Viewers: 14.6 million
  • Episode 6: Carmic Behavior (4/04/02) - Viewers: 14.6 million

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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