List Of Dawson's Creek Episodes
Dawson's Creek, an American television series, was created by Kevin Williamson, who was the executive producer until the end of the show's second season. Paul Stupin shared the executive producer role until Williamson left, and remained until the series finale along with Tom Kapinos and Greg Prange. It is produced by Outerbanks Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television.
The series stars James Van Der Beek as Dawson Leery, an aspiring film maker. Katie Holmes portrays his best friend and love interest Joey Potter, with Joshua Jackson as their fellow best friend Pacey Witter. Michelle Williams plays Jen Lindley, who moves from New York to Capeside after being sent away by her parents.
Between January 20, 1998 and May 14, 2003, Dawson's Creek aired six seasons on the American television network The WB, the first a mid-season replacement and the following five as regular seasons. One hundred and twenty-eight episodes were produced over the shows six-year run, and concluded with a two-hour series finale. All six seasons are available on DVD in Regions 1, 2 and 4.
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