The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years tells the story of Kevin Arnold facing the trials and tribulations of youth while growing up during the 1960s. Told through narration from an adult Kevin, Kevin faces the difficulties of maintaining relationships and friendships on his enthralling journey into adulthood.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 January 1988 April 1988 6
Season 2 November 1988 May 1989 17
Season 3 October 1989 May 1990 23
Season 4 September 1990 May 1991 23
Season 5 October 1991 May 1992 24
Season 6 September 1992 May 1993 22
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Season 1 January 1988 April 1988 6
Season 2 November 1988 May 1989 17
Season 3 October 1989 May 1990 23
Season 4 September 1990 May 1991 23
Season 5 October 1991 May 1992 24
Season 6 September 1992 May 1993 22
Unassigned Episodes 0
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 January 1988 May 1993 115
Unassigned Episodes 0
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Michael Dinner 20 05/16/1989 - 05/12/1993
Mark B. Perry 17 10/03/1989 - 04/28/1993
Bob Brush 14 12/14/1988 - 05/12/1993
Ken Topolsky 13 03/06/1991 - 03/31/1993
Daniel Stern 12 02/01/1989 - 11/06/1991
Mark Levin 11 10/10/1990 - 05/06/1992
Matthew Carlson 11 01/18/1989 - 03/27/1990
Peter Baldwin 10 12/07/1988 - 01/27/1993
Steve Miner 9 01/31/1988 - 04/11/1989
Todd W. Langen 8 02/08/1989 - 05/08/1990
David Greenwalt 7 10/23/1991 - 03/24/1993
Jill Gordon 7 05/16/1990 - 04/24/1991
Neal Marlens 6 01/31/1988 - 11/30/1988
David Chambers 6 11/28/1990 - 04/10/1991
Carol Black 6 01/31/1988 - 11/30/1988
Nick Marck 5 10/10/1990 - 02/05/1992
Eric Gilliland 4 10/24/1990 - 03/20/1991
Arthur Albert 4 04/08/1992 - 04/28/1993
Greg Beeman 3 09/30/1992 - 02/03/1993
Matia Karrell 3 11/07/1989 - 02/13/1990
Thomas Schlamme 3 11/20/1991 - 02/12/1992
Jim McBride 3 02/27/1990 - 12/11/1991
Jeffrey Stepakoff 3 10/03/1990 - 02/27/1991
Bryan Gordon 2 12/04/1991 - 10/21/1992
Jeffrey Brown 2 03/29/1988 - 04/12/1988
Richard Masur 2 01/30/1991 - 04/24/1991
Tammy Ader 2 01/16/1990 - 03/13/1990
Stephen Cragg 2 03/11/1992 - 03/03/1993
Andy Tennant 2 10/10/1989 - 01/23/1991
Neal Israel 2 01/09/1991 - 04/10/1991
Beth Hillshafer 2 02/08/1989 - 10/24/1989
Tom Moore 2 05/02/1989 - 01/06/1993
Dan Lauria 2 03/13/1990
Rob Thompson 2 10/24/1990 - 02/06/1991
Rob Cohen 1 04/08/1992
David Kohan 1 03/24/1993
John Bunzel 1 10/14/1992
Nancy Cooperstein 1 03/25/1992
Jeff Brown 1 01/16/1990
Peter Werner 1 10/03/1990
Michael Curtis 1 10/07/1992
Art Wolff 1 04/05/1988
Arlene Sanford 1 04/19/1988
Max Mutchnick 1 03/24/1993
Peter Horton 1 05/09/1989
Gregory S. Mallins 1 10/07/1992
Lyndall Hobbs 1 03/20/1991
Mick Marck 1 04/17/1990
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Sy Rosen 7 11/06/1991 - 05/12/1993
David M. Stern 7 04/19/1988 - 01/23/1990
Craig Hoffman 6 10/16/1991 - 03/03/1993
Jon Harmon Feldman 5 10/07/1992 - 03/24/1993
Sy Dukane 4 10/09/1991 - 04/22/1992
Robin Riordan 3 12/02/1992 - 04/28/1993
Denise Moss 3 12/11/1991 - 04/22/1992
Gina Goldman 2 12/04/1991 - 01/29/1992
Kim Friese 2 01/27/1993 - 02/10/1993
Ian Gurvitz 1 04/17/1990
Phil Doran 1 09/30/1992
Stephen Jenkins 1 04/08/1992
Frank Renzulli 1 11/25/1992
Sivert Glarum 1 04/08/1992
Kerry Ehrin 1 02/06/1990
Max Pross 1 10/10/1989
Debra Frank 1 11/21/1989
Denis Moss 1 10/09/1991
Jane Anderson 1 05/16/1989
Bob Stevens 1 01/02/1990
Scott Frank 1 04/12/1988
Michael J. Weithorn 1 12/07/1988
Jack Weinstein 1 11/21/1989
Tom Gammill 1 10/10/1989
David M. Wolf 1 03/31/1993
Winnie Holzman 1 05/01/1990

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