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It's the 1980s and at McKinley High, there's two different groups of teenagers, the Freaks with cool and charismatic Daniel Desario and tomboy Lindsay Weir and the Geeks with Lindsay's shy younger brother Sam, gentle Bill Haverchuck, and self-proclaimed ladies' man Neal Schweiber. The show chronicles the normal teen/adolescence problems any teenager goes through including acceptance, drugs, drinking, and bullying.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: September 25, 1999

Also Known As: Jóvenes y rebeldes, Фріки та ґіки |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (12) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

high school
teen drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Apatow Productions, DreamWorks Television


Martin Starr
as Bill Haverchuck
Aaron Aguiar
as Student
Nicki Sixteen
as Student
Lyle Kanouse
as Auto Shop Manager
Ann Dowd
as Cookie Kelly
Ron Lester
as Seidleman
Gabriel Carpenter
as Brett - The Football Player
Amanda Lipin
as Jill
Ron Marasco
as Mr. Casper
Jenni Zupp
as Disco Dancer
Alan Simpson
as Tom/Tom - Jock #2
Alexander Gould
as Ronnie Johnson
Rowan Shifrin
as Mohawk Guy
Brianna Brown
as Perky Blonde/The Cheerleader
Denise Meyerson
as Miss Ruth/Miss Ruth - Student Gym Teacher
Brett Shady
as Party Guest
Becky Ann Baker
as Jean Weir
Bruce Bohne
as Alby Peakem
Steve Bannos
as Frank Kowchevski
David Gangler
as Don
Jessica Smith
as Mona
Jerome Elston Scott
as Jermaine/Disco Jermaine
Amy Aquino
as Mrs. Schweiber
Troy Martin
as Punk Rocker
John Francis Daley
as Sam Weir
Laura Bottrell
as Beth
Riley Smith
as Todd Schellinger
Seth Rogen
as Ken Miller
Stephen Lea Sheppard
as Harris Trinsky
Amy Wheaton
as Pretty Girl
Alycia Lee
as History Student
Jason Lansing
as Ernie Hahuth/Ernie Hahuth - Bully #1
Michael Beardsley
as Humphries
Jen MacNeil
as Erin
Michael Andrews
as Scott
Brian Hartt
as Ben White
Michael C. McCarthy
as Math Judge
Rashida Jones
as Karen Scarfolli
Peggy Miley
as Lunch Lady
Colleen Pelletier
as Student
Joel Hodgson
as Salesman/Discotheque DJ
Kevin Tighe
as Mr. Andopolis
Herbert Russell
as Victor
Leslie Mann
as Miss Foote
Kevin Corrigan
as Toby
Shane Johnson
as Good-Looking Guy
R.F. Daley
as Mr. Mainzer
Jack Conley
as Kim Kelly's Stepfather
David Krumholtz
as Barry Schweiber
Judith Drake
as Dolores
Paul McMichael
as Student
Joe Flaherty
as Harold Weir
Ben Hecht
as Walter
Sam McMurray
as Dr. Vic Schweiber
Denalda Williams
as Angry Mother
Pamela Gordon
as Chain Smoking Woman
Jarrett Lennon
as Colin
Claudia Christian
as Gloria Haverchuck
Olivia Hack
as Erin
Bruce Holman
as Secret Service Agent
Molly Maguire
as Carey
Jason Schwartzman
as Howie Gelfand
Samaire Armstrong
as Laurie
Jonathan Pal
as Trick or Treating Kid
David C. Fisher
as Bar Patron
Ben Ziff
as Jock #1
Emmy Collins
as Halloween Hippie
Busy Philipps
as Kim Kelly
Landry Barb
as Kobie Pilgrim
Ben Livingston
as Doctor
Kevin Ruf
as Police Officer
Allen Covert
as Greasy Clerk
Jodi Fleisher
as Cheerleader
Jessica Campbell
as Amy Andrews
Shaun Weiss
as Sean
Scott McAfee
as Jock #2
David Bowe
as Salesman
Tom Virtue
as Mr. Sampson
Ashley Power Garner
as Popular Girl #1/Popular Girl #2
John Apicella
as Dr. Melvin Latz
Anna Coman-Hidy
as Mousy Girl #2/Popular Girl #1
Daniel Chacón
as Teenage Guy #2
Stacy Hogue
as Karen Scarfolli
Linda Cardellini
as Lindsay Weir
Thomas F. Wilson
as Coach Ben Fredricks
Joe Gonzales
as Geek
Hugh Long
as Kissing Couple
Mark Allan Staubach
as Mark
Jerry Messing
as Gordon Crisp
Shawn Soong
as Stroker
Ingrid Coree
as Student
David Doty
as Councilman Ritchie
Jason Segel
as Nick Andopolis
Ben Stiller
as Agent Meara
Harriett S. Miller
as Mrs. Whitman
Doug Spinuzza
as Frank
Jane Morris
as Hygienist
Jonathan Kasdan
as Tommy
Bianca Kajlich
as Piercing Girl
Jena Romano
as Prissy Girl
Sebastian Feldman
as Bored Student at Assembly
Marco Gould
as Kevin Handleman/Kevin Handleman - Jock #1
Joel Madison
as Mr. Botwinick
Lauren Hodges
as Mathlete
Percy Daggs III
as Mathlete #2
Omri Katz
as Brad
Cynthia Windham
as Audio Visual Teacher
Jody Jones
as Cowboy
Andy Mackenzie
as Big Punk
Matt McKane
as Mike Stevens
Tammy Blue
as Freak
Jane Bordeaux
as Pretty Girl
Sterling Silva
as Freak
Dave Allen
as Jeff Rosso
Jailyn Osborne
as Missy
Susan Krebs
as Housewife
Jeff Judah
as Sound Mixer
Sarah Hagan
as Millie Kentner
Matt Czuchry
as Teenage Guy #1
Trace Beaulieu
as Hector Lacovara
Joe Monti
as Eugene the Disco Magician
Samm Levine
as Neal Schweiber
Kristy Wu
as Mousy Girl
Ben Foster
as Eli
Stephanie Erb
as Ms. Yeats
Clement Blake
as Carl
Douglas Bennett
as Jimmy
Diesel Boy
as Band at Punk Show
Brandon Peterson
as Punk
Rebeca Cristian
as Club Girl
JoAnna Garcia Swisher
as Vicki Appleby
Mark Swanson
as Caleb
Charlie Hartsock
as Mr. Johnson
Chauncey Leopardi
as Alan White
Bill Chott
as Señor O'Hara
Renee Cohen
as Judith
Brandy Warren
as Mathlete #1
Mike White
as Chip Kelly
Chuck Terrell
as Party Extra
Alison Martin
as Katey Desario
Shia LaBeouf
as Herbert
J.P. Fitting
as Bass player
Kenn Michael
as Calvin
Natasha Melnick
as Cindy Sanders
Shawnee Free Jones
as Jenna Zank
Samantha Shelton
as Heidi Henderson
Dayna Price
as The Ex-Geek
Forest Robin
as Punk Teen
James Franco
as Daniel Desario
Steve Higgins
as Mr. Fleck
Sid Hillman
as Freshly Pierced Guy
Camille Bennett
as Cheerleader
Mark Phinney
as Drummer #2
Mary Margaret Lewis
as Miss Landis
Joanna Canton
as Cheerleader
Meagen Fay
as Mrs. Kentner
David Koechner
as Iron Horse Restaurant Waiter
Maura Soden
as Mrs. Kent
Paul Feig
as Alex the Guitarist
Teddy Lane Jr.
as Discotheque Bouncer
Steve Nguyen
as Audio Visual Student
Kayla Ewell
as Maureen Sampson
Tava Smiley
as Carol, Dr. Schweiber's Mistress
Gabe Sachs
as Drummer
Blake Shields
as Rick Phillips
Lizzy Caplan
as Sara
Flynn Warner
as Freak
Ruth Rudnick
as Mrs. Johnson
Alexandra Breckenridge
as Shelly Weaver

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1999 | 18 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

California on Location Awards 2000


California on Location Awards

Location Professional of the Year - Television

Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards 2000


Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards

Best Period Makeup - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime)

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