100 Centre Street

100 Centre Street

100 Centre Street follows the lives of judges and lawyers as they work to keep the streets of New York safer. Through Manhattan's Night Court, criminals are prosecuted and the stories of the trials and the crimes are told. The series was basically a knock off of Law and Order and marked the efforts of A&E to produce original dramas. The show focused more on the personal lives of the characters on the show rather then on the cases as many crime dramas did at the time. In total, 31 episodes of the series aired to less than stellar critical acclaim and low ratings.

Directed by Sidney Lumet, the series aired form 2001-2002. The show starred Judge Rifkind (Alan Arkin) and Judge Sims (LaTanya Richardson) as they bring justice while dealing with their own person lives as well.

Episode Info

Final: 2x18 -- It's About Love (Mar/05/2002)

In the series finale, Ramon defends a teen accused of gay bashing and attempts to lessen the charge when the boy says he is innocent. Rebecca moves to Baja and works at a health spa. Bobby quits as investigator and threatens his relationship with Cynthia. Fatima breaks down and Ramon and his wife have their baby.
Alan ArkinAlan Arkin
As Judge Joe Rifkind
Anthony ArkinAnthony Arkin
As Maurice
Chuck CooperChuck Cooper
As Charlie the Bridge Man
Don BillettDon Billett
As Kevin Sullivan
James MurtaughJames Murtaugh
As Judge Wister
Paula DevicqPaula Devicq
As ADA Cynthia Bennington
Tony GillanTony Gillan
As Frank Esposito
Tony MusanteTony Musante
As Albert Esposito
Val AveryVal Avery
As Sal Gentile
William FloydWilliam Floyd
As J.D. Williams

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Executive Producer: Philip W. Hack, Lynn Josephson
Co-Executive Producer: Debbie Elbin Penchina
Associate Producer: Michael Jaffe
Editor: Brian Bowles, Charlene Hamer
Casting: Stephanie Corsalini
First Assistant Director: Jonathan Starch
Second Assistant Director: Daniel Strol
Music: Paul Chihara, Louis Digiaimo

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Recurring Guests

Richard Bright as Eric the Lawyer (2 eps)

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