Central Park West
premiered on September 13, 1995 and aired Wednesdays from 9:00 -
10:00 p.m. With a cast headlined by former Oscar nominee Mariel
Hemingway, Central Park West centered around the glamorous and
exciting life of the staff of trendy magazine Communique, owned
by Allen Rush (Ron Leibman), "the Darth Vader of publishing".
Mariel Hemingway played the role of Stephanie Wells, the newly
appointed editor-in-chief of Communique. Central to the plot is
the rivalry between Stephanie and Allen's stepdaughter Carrie
Fairchild (Mädchen Amick), a scheming young woman who does her
best to seduce Stephanie's writer husband Mark Merrill (Tom
Verica). The series followed several other ambitious New
Yorkers, their love, treachery, hopes and dreams through thick
and thin. One of the most notable being the evil and deceitful
Australian bombshell Rachel Dennis (Kylie Travis), the new
fashion editor at Communique.
Mariel Hemingway as Stephanie Wells
Lauren Hutton as Linda Fairchild Rush
Mädchen Amick as Carrie Fairchild
John Barrowman as Peter Fairchild
Melissa Errico as Alex Bartoli
Justin Lazard as Gil Chase
Michael Michele as Nikki Sheridan
Kylie Travis as Rachel Dennis
Tom Verica as Mark Merrill
Gerald McRaney as Adam Brock
Raquel Welch as Dianna Brock
Ron Leibman as Allen Rush
Noelle Beck as Jordan Tate
1. Stephanie and the Wolves
2. Chess Moves
3. The Best, False Friend
4. Days of Thunder
6. Lunar Eclipse
7. When I Deceive You...
8. With the Weapons of a Mrs.
9. The History of Gil and Rachel
10. Allen Strikes Back
11. Behind Your Back
13. She Danced Only One Summer
14. Hour of the Devil
15. Guess Who's Come to Annoy You?
16. Public Execution
17. End of a Marriage
18. Out on Bail
19. Everything Has Its Price
20. Mermaids Strike Better
21. You Belong to Me!
Complete 1-21 episodes; 6 DVD's
7 out of 10
Full Screen in English, no subtitles, no commercials. Taken from
vhs. There is the occasional static blip & a slight hiss in the
audio. Two eps have a few sopts where the image jumps. There are
a couple eps in season 2, where the video is a little dark.