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Felicity is an American drama series that aired at the tail end of the 1990s and early 2000s. It focused on the college life of a number of individuals and the trials and tribulations they endured during enrollment. Each season of the series represented respective freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years.

The show's protagonist is Felicity Porter, played by Keri Russell. After her high school crush Ben Covington, played by Scott Speedman, writes in her yearbook that he wished he got to know her better, Felicity decides to forego her choice of Stanford and heads off to the fictional University of New York, where Ben has enrolled. While she adjusts to this new era in her life Felicity meets her residence advisor Noel Crane, portrayed by Scott Foley. Throughout the series Felicity dates both Ben and Noel, resulting in the show's major drama points.

Felicity meets a number of other people at U.N.Y. who eventually become part of her larger group of friends. Wiccan Meghan Rotundi (Amanda Foreman) is Felicity's dorm mate for the first two years while Julie Emrick (Amy Jo Johnson) becomes her first college friend. Other members of her group are classmate Elena Tyler (Tangi Miller), inventor Sean Blumberg (Greg Grunberg), and Javier Clemente Quintata (Ian Gomez), the manager of the coffee shop where Felicity works during her time at U.N.Y. Most of the episodes were narrated by Felicity as she retold events into a tape recorder for her hometown friend Sally Reardon, voiced by Janeane Garofalo.

Felicity aired on the WB television network from September 1998 to May of 2002. It was created by J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves and executive produced by them as well as others such as Brian Grazer and Ron Howard. Touchstone Television, in association with Imagine Television, produced the program.

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4 Seasons, 84 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
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  • After a fitting run of four seasons, the collegiate drama comes to a close with a two-hour series finale. Felicity and company graduated weeks ago, and in recent episodes she magically traveled back in time to secure her romantic future with Noel, rather than Ben. The new pairing does come to pass, but Noel senses the forced nature of their relationship. And, despite knowing that Ben will cheat on her, Felicity can't deny her feelings for him. Which one is the man for her? The question the series has posed time and again is finally answered as Felicity finally chooses Ben in her alternate future, making her wake up from a fevered sleep in the present on the day of Noel's wedding, only to tell present Ben that he is the one she wants to be with. And the story comes full circle as the friends celebrate at Noel's reception.

  • After a fitting run of four seasons, the collegiate drama comes to a close with a two-hour series finale. Felicity and company graduated weeks ago, and in recent episodes she magically traveled back in time to secure her romantic future with Noel, rather than Ben. The new pairing does come to pass, but Noel senses the forced nature of their relationship. And, despite knowing that Ben will cheat on her, Felicity can't deny her feelings for him. Which one is the man for her? The question the series has posed time and again is finally answered as Felicity finally chooses Ben in her alternate future, making her wake up from a fevered sleep in the present on the day of Noel's wedding, only to tell present Ben that he is the one she wants to be with. And the story comes full circle as the friends celebrate at Noel's reception.

  • Felicity realizes that the changes around her affect more than just her dating situation. Part of the ripple effect is Noel's encounter with his ex Hanna (Jennifer Garner), and Felicity fears the implications of their rediscovered relationship. Meanwhile, since Sean and Meghan don't marry in this alternate universe, he considers dating someone else. Also, Elena serves as Javier's unlikely acting coach, and Felicity gets a surprise when she goes premed.

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