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The Wonder Years (TV Series)

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Original title
The Wonder Years (TV Series)
Year
Running time
30 min.
Country
United States United States
Director
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Screenwriter
Carol Black, Neal Marlens, Mark B. Perry, Bob Brush, Matthew Carlson, Mark Levin, David M. Stern, Todd W. Langen, David Chambers, Jill Gordon, Sy Rosen, Jeffrey Stepakoff, Denise Moss, Sy Dukane, Eric Gilliland, David Greenwalt, Craig Hoffman, Robin Riordan, Tammy Ader, Gina Goldman, Rob Cohen
Music
Stewart Levin, W.G. Snuffy Walden, J. Peter Robinson
Cinematography
James Jansen, Sandi Sissel, Newton Thomas Sigel
Cast
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Producer
Broadcasting by American Broadcasting Company (ABC); New World Television / The Black-Marlens Company
Genre
TV Series. Drama. Comedy | 1960s. 1970s. Teen/coming-of-age. Family Relationships
Synopsis / Plot
TV Series (1988-1993). 6 Seasons. 115 episodes. The Wonder Years takes place during the turbulent times of the late 1960s and 1970s. The show focuses on Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage), a young teenager living in a quiet middle-class suburb, and his family and friends. Throughout the series' 5-year run, Kevin deals with middle and high school, encounters puberty, has ups and downs with childhood sweetheart Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar), deals with annoying older brother Wayne, and hangs out with geeky-but-lovable Paul (Josh Saviano).
Awards
1993: Emmy: Nominated for Best Sound Mixing
1992: Emmy: Nominated for Best Sound Mixing
1991: Emmy: 3 Nominations, Including Best Comedy Series and Directing
1990: Emmy: Best Directing and Writing. 7 Nom., Including Best Comedy Series
1989: Emmy: Best Directing. 14 Nominations, Including Best Comedy Series
1988: Emmy: Best Comedy Series. Nominated for Best Writing
1991: Golden Globes: Nom. Best Performance by Actor in TV-Series-Com. (Savage)
1990: Golden Globes: Nom. Actor in TV Series-Com. (Savage)
1989: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best TV-Series - Comedy & Actor (Savage)
1988: Golden Globes: Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
1990: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated Best Director in Comedy Series
1988: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated Best Director in Comedy Series
1990: Writers Guild of America (WGA): 3 Nom. Best Screenplay Episodic Comedy
1989: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Best Screenplay Episodic Comedy. 2 Nom.
1988: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Best Screenplay Episodic Comedy. 2 Nom.
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