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  • TV-14
  • 2007
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.6  (25,153)

Greek is an American comedy-drama television series, that first premiered on ABC Family channel, now known as FreeForm, on July 9, 2007, and ran until March 7, 2011. The show features a cast of young, talented actors including Clark Duke, Spencer Grammer, Jake McDorman, Scott Michael Foster, and Paul James, among others.

The series revolves around the lives of college students belonging to the Greek system, one of the many fraternities or sororities, at the fictional Cyprus-Rhodes University. It explores the ups and downs of life on a college campus, with a particular focus on the social dynamics of Greek life.

The story centers around Rusty Cartwright (played by Jake McDorman), who is a nerdy and socially awkward freshman at Cyprus-Rhodes University. In an attempt to reinvent himself and experience the wild college life he has always dreamed of, Rusty decides to pledge to a fraternity. He chooses Kappa Tau Gamma or KT, the notorious fraternity known for throwing some of the wildest parties on campus.

However, his sister, Casey (played by Spencer Grammer), who is president of the most popular and rigid sorority Zeta Beta Zeta or ZBZ, warns him that Greek life can be a double-edged sword, and the fraternity he has chosen is not trustworthy. Casey is the perfect sorority girl, ambitious, intelligent, and knows all the right people, but she is also controlling and expects everyone around her to live up to her high standards.

The show explores the relationship between Rusty and Casey, who come from different worlds but have a deep bond as siblings. As Rusty navigates his way through the Greek system, he faces many challenges, including hazing, competition, and romance. Along the way, he meets a variety of interesting characters, including Cappie (played by Scott Michael Foster), the leader of KT, who is laid-back, carefree, and always up for a good time.

The show also tackles some of the serious issues faced by college students, such as academic pressure, dating, sexuality, and loyalty. It offers a unique perspective on the ins and outs of the Greek system, dispelling many of the stereotypes associated with it.

Throughout the series, the characters grow and evolve as they face different challenges and learn valuable lessons about life, friendship, and love. Rusty and Casey both discover who they are and what they want out of life, and the audience gets to see them grow up and mature in front of their eyes.

Greek is a witty, enjoyable, and engaging series that will appeal to anyone who has ever been to college or wondered what it's like to be part of a fraternity or sorority. The show has a strong cast, excellent writing, and a great soundtrack that will keep viewers entertained from beginning to end. So, if you want to experience college life through the eyes of the Greek system, Greek is the perfect show to watch.

Greek is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (74 episodes). The series first aired on July 9, 2007.

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10. Legacy
March 7, 2011
Amid the chaos of preserving the Kappa Tau house, brotherhood, friendship, and budding relationships are tested in the finale.
Agents of Change
9. Agents of Change
February 28, 2011
Rebecca recruits a former house president when she discovers ZBZ is up for the Golden Lily award honoring the best chapter in the country.
Subclass Plagiostomi
8. Subclass Plagiostomi
February 21, 2011
A mock trial during class proves to be beneficial for the contentious Casey and Evan. Meanwhile, Rusty and Calvin try to save Dale from an embarrassing moment at a talent show.
Midnight Clear
7. Midnight Clear
February 14, 2011
At Calvin's birthday, Casey and Ashleigh see each other for the first time since their fight. Casey discovers that Ashleigh is dating Professor Segal.
6. Fumble
February 7, 2011
Casey and Cappie face reality after spending the night together at the ZBZ house.
Home Coming and Going
5. Home Coming and Going
January 31, 2011
Peter's dad comes to visit and Cappie feels pressure to impress him. Meanwhile, Casey tries to convince Ashleigh to find a job and move out. They get into a fight at an alumni dinner where Casey's law professor is in attendance. Calvin discovers that Heath is a stripper. Casey and Cappie sleep together.
All About Beav
4. All About Beav
January 24, 2011
Beaver and the majority of the football team are in hot water when their teacher discovers they purchased their To Kill a Mockingbird papers online. Beaver turns to Casey for help when he is forced to write the paper. Unfortunately, Casey is feeling overwhelmed with her classes because her only law school friend, Katherine, doesn't believe in study groups.
Cross Examined Life
3. Cross Examined Life
January 17, 2011
Prepared to console his brother-less roommate, Rusty is met with a surprise when he finds that Dale is actually pledging a fraternity - and it's not Kappa Tau - which clearly affects their friendship. However, Rusty and Dana hatch a scheme to get his best friend back during a Murder Mystery Party.
Fools Rush In
2. Fools Rush In
January 10, 2011
The KT's attempt to recruit new pledges, Tegan (Charisma Carpenter) returns to help the ZBZ's maintain their top position.
Defending Your Honor
1. Defending Your Honor
January 3, 2011
In the fourth season premiere, Casey investigates into why she was rejected from CRU law school, while Calvin and Rebecca adjust to their new duties as presidents.
Where to Watch Greek
Greek is available for streaming on the FreeForm website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Greek on demand at Hulu and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 9, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.6  (25,153)