Betty Suarez is smart, sweet and hard working, played by the role of America Ferrera. Decked out in the most unbecoming eyeglasses, dental braces, and business outfits imaginable, who had been hired by powerful publisher Bradford Meade as assistant to his son Daniel, the new editor of the high-fashion "Mode" magazine.
Though Betty did not fit in with the standard beautiful-but-vapid employee pool at Meade Publications, Bradford had engaged her services precisely because she was so homely. He was tired of his womanizing son seducing and abandoning every female employee in his path, and figured that the younger Meade would keep his hands off Betty. As it turned out, at first Daniel not only remained aloof from his new secretary, but also did his "best" to make her office life hell, berating and humiliating her at every opportunity. But the resilient Betty was able to survive these verbal assaults thanks to a strong "support group" consisting of her father Ignacio, her sister, Hilda, and her fellow employee and friend Christina, likewise a "square peg" in the Meade headquarters.
Eventually, Daniel came to respect Betty, as her unique skills and intelligence got him out of many a difficult situation. Like most continuing dramas of it ilk, Ugly Betty was permeated with sinister and slightly campy subplots, one of which involved Daniel Meade's rival, editrix Wilhelmina Slater, who might well have been capable of murdering her way to the top.
Seventeen-year-old Margaret “Meg” Pryor (Brittany Show) is a dreamer and a romantic person, shedding her “good girl” image as she and her outspoken best friend Roxanne Bojarski (Vanessa Lengies) continue to pursue their dreams of making a difference as they struggle through the transition from teenager to adult. While they continue to dance on Dick Clark’s locally produced “American Bandstand,” they find as seniors at East Catholic High School, that the world around them is growing even closer with issues of the war, racism, feminism, and even teen marriage and pregnancy.
Meg’s mother Helen (Gail O'Grady) continues to face the challenge of the era’s modern woman, working and holding the family together. Jack Pryor (Tom Verica) is the head of the family, who braces himself for the sociological and economic changes as he prepares to run for city councilman. John “JJ” Pryor (Will Estes) who is a U.S. Marine fighting in Vietnam, struggles to find his way home to his family and his ex-fiancee, Beth Mason (Rachel Boston), who is pregnant with their child. In addition, adolescent Willian “Will” (Ethan Dampf) tries to fit in at school after successful polio surgery, and smarty-pants Patricia “Patty” (Sarah Ramos) tries to find a balance between her brilliant mind and social acceptance among her high school peers. American Dreams
As she battles silly villains like Murky and Lurky who prefer gray, she make friends with many creatures. Some are other kids who want to help keep everything bright, others are animals such as the egotistical horse Starlite and the quivering sprite Twink. Brian is the only person on the planet Earth who knows Rainbow Brite. He is her best friend. When things go wrong in our world, all he has to do is use his rainbow key and ask Rainbow Brite for help. Rainbow Brite
Eric Forman which was played by Topher Grace is the head of the group. Donna Pinciotti played by Laura Prepon, is his liberal girlfriend, and next-door neighbor. Steven Hyde played by Danny Masterson,is a rebellious hard-rocking stoner who was adopted by Forman's family and lives in their basement. Ashton Kutcher took the role of Michael Kelso, a dim-witted narcissistic ladies man. Jackie Burkhart played by Mila Kunis,is a self-involved high school cheerleader overly preoccupied with wealth and status. And Fez played by Wilmer Valderrama, is the nicknamed foreigner whose country of origin is ambiguous and whose hormones are out of control. Other characters included are Red Forman, Eric's overbearing war veteran father. Kitty who is trying to be a fulltime mom and housewife while maintaining a job as a nurse in a local hospital. Laurie Forman, Eric's older sister, whose promiscuity is the brunt of many jokes by the six teenagers, but does not stop Kelso from making moves on her. And Bob & Midge, Donna's parents. That 70's Show
Queer as Folk was known for its somewhat frank depiction of gay lifestyles and sex but for a disclaimer, Queer as Folk is a celebration of the lives and passions of a group of gay friends. The series chronicled the friendships, careers, loves, trials, afflictions, health issues and ambitions and of a different group of gay men and lesbians. Queer as Folk
Ally McBeal portrayed by Calista Flockhart, is a single young lawyer who is looking for love and fullfillment in life. Her friend Richard Fish portrayed by Greg German offers her a job. And works for a fictional Boston Law firm named Cage Fish and Associates with her ex-lover and his wife, a money loving boss and an annoying receptionist. With all that is going on she must contend with her feelings and her over active imagination. Ally McBeal
Among Martin's closest friends are Tommy Strawn and Cole Brown. Tommy is friendly, but seemed to get irritated mostly with their friend, Cole because of his stupidity. A loyal yet idiotic airport attendant who initially had a crush on Gina is Cole Brown. And lastly, Pamela James who completed the circle of friends, is a sassy attitude-having best friend and co-worker of Cole. She and Martin constantly insulted and belittled each other in every episode.
She found a "family" among her co-workers and her neighbors. Among these were Lou Grant, the crusty news director and her boss, Murray Slaughter, the cynical news writer, Ted Baxter, the supercilious anchorman, and, later, Sue Ann Nivens, the man-hungry "Happy Homemaker." She shares her apartment house to her best friend,Rhoda Morgenstern, and their shallow landlady, Phyllis Lindstrom.
Mary still hoping for romance, however she realize that her friends are more dependable than anyone else. Mary never rejected men as romantic objects or denied her hopes to one day be married. She did not define her life through her search for "Mr. Right." Rather, she dated several men and even spent the night with a few of them. Mary Tyler Moore
Kenan And Kel was an American comedy sitcom premiered on August 17, 1996 on Nickelodeon network. It was the spin-off to All That from the creation of Kim Bass starring Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchel. The show came from the idea of Brian Robbins, who thought that Kenan and Kel had a good chemistry on the All That.
The story was about the misadventures of two high-school teenagers who often got in trouble for screwing things up. Kenan Rockmore is a working student at Rigby's mini grocery store and Kel's best friend. Kel Kimble is a regular teen who loves orange soda, and gives Kenan's father a very hard time by injuring him most of his visits in his best friend's house. Some of the characters on the show is Chris Potter, Kenan's boss at Rigby's. Sharla is Kenan's co-worker.Chris hired her because he thought Kenan couldn't do the job but she was there to help Kenan out. While there, Sharla starts to develop a crush on Kenan. But Kenan never realized until she told him. And at Kenan's home, is her mother Sheryl. Who is very sweet, but always seem to know what Kenan and Kel are up to. She's more of a listener than a punisher, she'd rather talk out problems with Kenan than punish him. His father Roger, who always has to be on the watch for Kel. And her sister Kyra,who is deeply in love with Kel. Kyra’s biggest mission is telling on her brother Kenan. But her one true Kryptonite is her love for Kel. Kenan & Kel
At school, their Principal George Feeny continues to make Cory's and Shawn's lives more challenging. The principal even gets involved with former student Eric as he makes some educational decisions. Feeny, who still lives next door to the Matthews, has a unique way of always seeming to know what unpredictable antics the young men are up to. Boy Meets World