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24Seven (TV series)

24Seven
Also known as 24 Seven
Written by Mark Clompus
Marvin Close
Moray Hunter
Directed by Emma Lindley
Starring Hayley Newton
Roger Davies
Fiona Wade
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Production companies Granada Kids
Broadcast
Original channel ITV Network (CITV)
Original run 19 November 2001 – 27 November 2002

24Seven is a British television series that ran from 2001 to 2002, and aired on the cable network The N in the United States, and in the UK on CITV. The show focused on a group of students living at Discovery House, a dorm at the Oaks boarding school. Many of the storylines centered around the love triangle involving Miles Silverstone, his girlfriend Anya Vicenze, and his brother Chris, who had an eye for Anya. Another major plotline was that of Tally's "celeb" mother, whom Tally constantly boasted about but who never came to visit. Another major plotline was that of Bethan and the County running team and qualifying for it.

Cast

  • Jordan Frieda as Miles Silverstone (Season 1)
  • Fiona Wade as Anya Vicenze
  • Royce Cronin as Chris Silverstone
  • Neil Henry as Heinz Otto "Beans" Van Damme
  • Pippa Nixon as Jax Duffy
  • Hayley Newton as Tallulah "Tally" Hunter
  • Sadie Pickering as Bethan Davis
  • Augustus Prew as Drew Jessup
  • Jack Lloyd-Davies as Vincent "Staggsy" Staggs

External links

  • TV.com
  • Internet Movie Database
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