100 Questions for Charlotte Payne

100 Questions
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Intertitle
Also known as100 Questions for Charlotte Payne
GenreSitcom
Created byChristopher Moynihan
Directed byAlex Hardcastle
Starring
Theme music composerTranscenders
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6
Production
Executive producers
  • Christopher Moynihan
  • Michelle Nader
  • Kelly Kulchak
  • Ron West
ProducerFranco Bario
Production locationNew York City
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production companies
DistributorNBCUniversal Television Distribution
Release
Original networkNBC
Original releaseMay 27 (2010-05-27) –
July 1, 2010 (2010-07-01)
Chronology
Followed byMan Up!

100 Questions (originally known as 100 Questions for Charlotte Payne[1]) is an American sitcom television series which ran on NBC from May 27 to July 1, 2010.[2][3] In May 2009 the network announced that the show would debut midseason in March 2010 on Tuesday nights at 9:30 pm, after NBC's coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics was completed.[4] However the show was later pushed back to debut on May 27, 2010, with the episode order reduced from thirteen to six.[5][6] 100 Questions was produced by Universal Media Studios, with executive producers Christopher Moynihan, Kelly Kulchak, Ron West, and Michelle Nader.[2][3]

On July 8, 2010, NBC cancelled the series after one season.[7]

Plot[]

100 Questions is about "a young woman navigating life with friends in New York."[1] Charlotte Payne (played by British actress Sophie Winkleman) begins each episode being asked a question at a dating service, which then "segues into that episode's storyline."[1]

Cast[]

Production[]

The initial pilot episode was directed by Emmy Award-winning director James Burrows[2][3] and produced by Maggie Blanc. It featured Elizabeth Ho as Leslie, Joy Suprano as Jill, and Amir Talai as Andrew. Alex Hardcastle subsequently stepped in as director for the series, reshooting the pilot with recasts Cho, Wolfe, and Washington as Leslie, Jill, and Andrew.[7][8][9]

Episodes[]

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date Viewers
(millions)
1"What Brought You Here?"Alex HardcastleChristopher MoynihanMay 27, 2010 (2010-05-27)2.52[10]
Charlotte turns down her boyfriend's proposal; Mike and Wayne compete to see who has the best pick-up line; Leslie dates an albino.
2"Are You Open Minded?"Alex HardcastleDanielle Sanchez-WitzelJune 3, 2010 (2010-06-03)2.23[11]
Mike's new girlfriend hits on Charlotte and Leslie becomes obsessed with a pair of boots.
3"Are You Romantic?"Alex HardcastleChristopher MoynihanJune 10, 2010 (2010-06-10)2.29[12]
Charlotte realises the man of her dreams is more like the man of her nightmares.
4"Have You Ever Dated a Bad Boy?"Alex HardcastleHunter CovingtonJune 17, 2010 (2010-06-17)2.05[13]
Charlotte relates the story of Luke, her biker boyfriend; Mike takes one for the team.
5"Wayne?"Alex HardcastleLiz Astrof & Al HigginsJune 24, 2010 (2010-06-24)1.83[14]
Charlotte tells the story of how she first met Wayne. Leslie finds out that her ex, Jeffrey, is getting married.
6"Have You Ever Had a One-Night Stand?"Alex HardcastleMichelle NaderJuly 1, 2010 (2010-07-01)1.89[15]
Charlotte and Wayne compete to see who can have a one-night stand first.

Ratings[]

Seasonal[]

Cast of original 2009 pilot
Season Timeslot (ET) Season Premiere Season Finale TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
1 Thursday 8:30pm May 27, 2010 July 1, 2010 2010 TBA 2.135

Episodic[]

Order Episode Airdate Rating Share Rating/Share
(18-49)
Viewers
(millions)
Rank
(Timeslot)
Rank
(Night)
1 "What Brought You Here?" May 27, 2010 1.7[16] 3[16] 0.8/3 2.52[10] 4 14[16]
2 "Are You Open Minded?" June 3, 2010 1.5[17] 3[17] 0.9/3 2.23[11] 4 14[17]
3 "Are You Romantic?" June 10, 2010 1.6[18] 3[18] 0.8/3[12] 2.29[12] 4 12[18]
4 "Have You Ever Dated a Bad Boy?" June 17, 2010 1.4[19] 3[19] 0.7/2 2.05[13] 4[13] 11[19]
5 "Wayne?" June 24, 2010 1.3 2 0.6/2 1.83[14] 5 12
6 "Have You Ever Had a One Night Stand?" July 1, 2010 1.2[20] 2[20] 0.7/3 1.89[15] 4 14[20]

References[]

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