The $treet

(2000)
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Overview

The $treet is an American television drama series that aired on Fox in 2000. 11 episodes were produced and 6 aired in the U.S.

The series was about a small brokerage house called Belmont Stevens located in New York and the lives of its employees. Freddie Sacker was one of the most notable characters played by Rick Hoffman.

  1. Darren Star

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Top Billed Cast

  1. Tom Everett Scott

    Tom Everett Scott

    Jack T. Kenderson

  2. Nina Garbiras

    Nina Garbiras

    Alexandra 'Alex' Brill

  3. Christian Campbell

    Christian Campbell

    Tim Sherman

  4. Melissa De Sousa

    Melissa De Sousa

    Donna Pasqua

  5. Rick Hoffman

    Rick Hoffman

    Freddie Sacker

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Last Season

Season 1

2000 | 12 Episodes

Season 1 of The $treet premiered on November 1, 2000.

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Status Ended

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Certification -

Type Scripted

Original Language English

Runtime 60m

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