The Drew Carey Show is an American sitcom (set in Cleveland, Ohio) that aired on ABC from 1995 to 2004 and was known for its "everyman" characters and themes. The show revolved around Drew Carey, an office worker who has had a long-life working experience, and the highs and the lows of both his romances and his relationships to long-time friends, Lewis, Oswald and Kate.
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TDCS show history
The Drew Carey Show is an American sitcom that originally ran on ABC-TV. The series premeired on October 18, 1988, and ended its' run on the network on September 13, 1995. The show revolved around a fictionalized version of Drew Carey, the assistant of the fictional Winfred-Lauder department store in Cleveland, OH, and his two buddies Lewis Kiniski (Ryan Stiles) and Oswald Harvey (Diedrich Bader), a female friend and old high school classmate, Kate O'Brien (Christa Miller) and the ever-vindictive Mimi Bobeck, Drew's cc-worker at Winifred-Lauder, and his chief nemisis, who, ironically, winds up marrying his older brother, Steve Carey (John Carroll Lynch). Produced by Mohawk Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, TDCS ranked among the Top 30 programs for four seasons before sliding in popularity. Ratings declined sharply during the final two seasons, and the last two episodes aired on September 8, 2004.
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