Pepper Dennis centers on an ambitious female TV news reporter in Chicago who tries to balance work, romance and her crazy family. She also tries to achieve top TV anchor position.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Pepper Dennis - Pepper Dennis - Netflix
Pepper Dennis is a comedy-drama television series that aired on The WB from April 4 to July 4, 2006. It was quickly announced on May 17, 2006 that Pepper Dennis would not be one of the WB shows transferred to The CW. Pepper Dennis was the final show to premiere on The WB before its transition to The CW network. The song used in commercials for the show was “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” by KT Tunstall, and the opening theme song is “Better Half” by Chris Trapper, the former frontman for the Boston pop group The Push Stars. Another song that the WB used for advertising “Pepper Dennis” was Morningwood's “Nth Degree” which also appeared in another WB drama, One Tree Hill.
Pepper Dennis - Plot - Netflix
The series stars Rebecca Romijn as Pepper Dennis, a television reporter for an evening news broadcast at the fictional television station WEiE (specifically with a small i) in Chicago. The series also starred Rider Strong as Chick, Pepper's cameraman and unrequited crush, Brooke Burns as Pepper's sheltered and somewhat flaky sister Kathy Dinkle, Lindsay Price as Kimmy Kim, Pepper's closest friend and WEiE's makeup artist and Josh Hopkins as Charlie Babcock, the station's news anchor. One of the focal points of the show was the love-hate relationship between Pepper and Charlie.
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