California Dreams is an American TV series that aired from 1992-1997. The teen-oriented program aired on Saturday mornings on NBC. It was created by Saved by the Bell writers Brett Dewey and Ronald B. Solomon and executive produced by Peter Engel, known more for his work on Saved by the Bell. California Dreams was about a multiethnic group of teens creating a band and having fun under the sun. The show's plots combined real-life issues with zany adventures. It covered a range of topics such as fear, using drugs for a competitive edge, falling for scams, letting greed overtake friendship, accepting a divorced parent dating, forgiving others for past wrongs, and dealing with general teen social problems.
For the present, the only member of the cast to continue a steady acting career is Kelly Packard, who was cast in Baywatch and as a co-host of Ripley's Believe it or Not!.
California Dreams was originally intended to be a family sitcom, mainly centering around the Garrison family. In the first season, the main characters of the show were Matt Garrison (the teenage son and leader of the band) and Je...
|creator|| Brett Dewey|
Ronald B. Solomon
|executive producer||Peter Engel (television producer)|
|starring|| Kelly Packard|
Jay Anthony Franke
William James Jones
|endtheme|| California Dreamin'|
|first aired||12 September, 1992|
|last aired||14 December, 1996|
|tv com id||2805|