Ally McBeal

Ally McBeal is a young attorney who joins a prestigious law firm with a highly sexual environment and whose staff includes Ally's ex-boyfriend. The series contains fantasy sequences, flashbacks and voiceovers to reveal what Ally is really thinking. Many episodes contain an appearance by singer Vonda Shepard, who performed the show's theme song.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials March 1999 1
Season 1 September 1997 May 1998 23
Season 2 September 1998 May 1999 23
Season 3 October 1999 May 2000 21
Season 4 October 2000 May 2001 23
Season 5 October 2001 May 2002 22
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Season 1 September 1997 May 1998 23
Season 2 September 1998 May 1999 24
Season 3 October 1999 May 2000 21
Season 4 October 2000 May 2001 23
Season 5 October 2001 May 2002 21
Unassigned Episodes 1
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 113
Name Number of Episodes Dates
David E. Kelley 112 09/08/1997 - 05/20/2002
Dawn Prestwich 1 02/02/1998
Jeff Pinkner 1 02/23/1998
Kayla Alpert 1 04/16/2001
Shelly Landau 1 11/16/1998
Jill Goldsmith 1 05/01/2000
Nicole Yorkin 1 02/02/1998
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Mel Damski 9 11/10/1997 - 12/03/2001
Bill D'Elia 9 05/22/2000 - 05/20/2002
Jonathan Pontell 8 09/15/1997 - 02/21/2000
Constance M. Burge 7 11/19/2001 - 04/29/2002
Roberto Benabib 7 11/19/2001 - 04/29/2002
Michael Schultz 7 11/03/1997 - 11/26/2001
Arlene Sanford 7 09/29/1997 - 04/15/2002
Billy Dickson 7 04/05/1999 - 05/06/2002
Peter MacNicol 5 09/28/1998 - 05/13/2002
Jeannot Szwarc 5 05/01/2000 - 02/18/2002
Bethany Rooney 4 12/04/2000 - 05/13/2002
Dennie Gordon 4 09/22/1997 - 01/10/2000
Rachel Talalay 4 12/13/1999 - 01/14/2002
Alex Graves 3 01/11/1999 - 11/15/1999
Arvin Brown 3 11/02/1998 - 11/12/2001
Kenny Ortega 3 02/12/2001 - 04/29/2002
Cindy Lichtman 3 01/14/2002 - 04/15/2002
Thomas Schlamme 2 12/01/1997 - 04/06/1998
Vincent Misiano 2 11/16/1998 - 05/03/1999
David Grossman 2 02/19/2001 - 02/04/2002
Elodie Keene 2 02/23/1998 - 02/15/1999
Greg Germann 2 11/19/2001
Allan Arkush 2 01/05/1998 - 05/17/1999
Jack Bender 2 03/27/2000 - 01/15/2001
Melissa Rosenberg 2 02/05/2001
Joanna Kerns 2 11/22/1999 - 04/16/2001
Sandy Smolan 2 10/20/1997 - 01/19/1998
Oz Scott 2 02/26/2001 - 11/05/2001
Barb Mackintosh 2 12/04/2000 - 02/05/2001
Joe Napolitans 1 12/15/1997
Daniel Attias 1 11/17/1997
Jeremy Kagan 1 03/02/1998
Ron Lagomarsino 1 01/08/2001
Bryan Gordon 1 02/28/2000
Jace Alexander 1 10/19/1998
Adam Arkin 1 04/23/2001
Alan Myerson 1 02/07/2000
Adam Nimoy 1 11/23/1998
Steve Gomer 1 03/04/2002
Dennis Dugan 1 05/11/1998
John J. Sakmar 1 03/26/2001
James Frawley 1 09/08/1997
Victoria Hochberg 1 10/27/1997
Michael Lange 1 05/08/2000
Ben Lewin 1 04/26/1999
Peter Blake 1 12/03/2001
Barnet Kellman 1 04/10/2000
Alicia Martin 1 12/04/2000
Kerry Lenhart 1 03/26/2001
Sarah Pia Anderson 1 04/22/2002
David Semel 1 01/07/2002
Tom Moore 1 10/26/1998

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