Six Degrees

Six DegreesNetwork: ABC
Episodes: 13, only eight aired (hour), one season

Show dates: September 20, 2006 — March 30, 2007
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Erika Christensen, Hope Davis, Jay Hernandez, Dorian Missick, Bridget Moynahan, and Campbell Scott.

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Series Description:
Based on the idea of six degrees of separation, this drama revolves around a group of six seemingly disconnected New Yorkers and their respective relationships. As the series progresses we see that these random individuals are all actually connected to one another.

Characters include attorney Carlos Green (Jay Hernandez), young nanny Mae Anderson (Erika Christensen), widow Laura Morgan (Hope Davis), former criminal Damian Henry (Dorian Missick), ad agency executive Whitney Crane (Bridget Moynahan), and separated father Steven Caseman (Campbell Scott).

Series Finale:     
Episode 13 – A Simple Twist of Fate
Laura wants to keep her relationship with Steven a secret but he can’t keep the secret. Ray gives Whitney a ticket to St. Bart’s and she can’t decide if she wants to invite him. Ray gives Damian a pair of silver cufflinks but only one makes it to the grand office opening party that Melanie has planned.

Steven’s car gets towed and he ends up spending a long time with Whitney. Mae is hounded by reporters about Maggie’s book so she decides to leave the city. Ray convinces Carlos to take advantage of Laura’s trust to get her computer. Lisa sees Carlos and Mae at the office opening party.
Released online only.


What happened next?   
There’s been no news of any plans to revive the series or characters.


Behind the Scenes

ABC pulled the series after six episodes due to low ratings in November 2006. The network returned the show to primetime in March 2007 but pulled it from the schedule once again after two episodes. Shortly thereafter, ABC released the remaining episodes online.

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