Based on the 1980 motion picture "Fame," this show tells the story of the students and faculty at the New York Art School. It was always their dream. To sing, to dance, to act and play music. They are young, ready to face life and new experiences. They are students who are going to give their best to finish Art School and become famous and rich
Last Episode06x24 Baby, Remember My Name Aired: May. 18, 1987
With alumni week in session, this would be a great time to make a video yearbook. Meanwhile, Miss Grant believes Leroy should play the lead of …
Series Fun Facts
- Nia Peeples once said in an interview that when she was cast on the show in 1984, producers told her a total of 9,000 people had auditioned.
- The show began airing on NBC Thursday nights. When NBC canceled the show due to low ratings, the show ran successfully in first run syndication for several seasons.
- Debbie Allen first appeared as the dance teacher Lydia in the movie Fame, but was only shown judging auditions at the beginning of the film. She had two lines: commenting that Leroy didn't…
[show]Debbie Allen first appeared as the dance teacher Lydia in the movie Fame, but was only shown judging auditions at the beginning of the film. She had two lines: commenting that Leroy didn't have a registration form, and calling his dancing "wicked!!" She is still identified as Lydia in the film's closing credits.