|Premiere||September 13, 1997|
|Finale||December 15, 2001|
|Creator|| Peter Engel and|
Scott Spencer Gordon
|Company|| Peter Engel Productions|
City Guys is a sitcom that aired on NBC.
City Guys was mainly centered on its two main characters, Jamal Grant and Chris Anderson, two teenagers from different backgrounds – Chris coming from a wealthy family, and Jamal coming from a working class family – who had to stay on the ball while attending Manhattan High School (which was nicknamed in the series as "Manny High") and avoid trouble, while their principal Karen Noble attempted to keep them in line. Jamal's and Chris's similar personalities caused friction between them in the beginning, but as the series went on, they became best friends. The boys and their friends – overachiever Dawn Tartikoff, slick guy Al Ramos, aspiring actress Cassidy Giuliani, and dimwitted bully-turned-friend (who was held back six grades) Lionel "L-Train" Johnson – dealt with the typical teen issues, such as cheating on tests, peer pressure and dealing with school violence.
|Wesley Jonathan||Jamal Grant||*||*||*||*||*|
|Scott Whyte||Chris Anderson||*||*||*||*||*|
|Caitlin Mowrey||Dawn Tartikoff||*||*||*||*||*|
|Dion Basco||Alberto "Al" Ramos||*||*||*||*||*|
|Marissa Dyan||Cassidy Giuliani||*||*||*||*||*|
|Steven Daniel||Lionel "El-Train" Johnson||o||*||*||*||*|
|Marcella Lowery||Principal Karen Noble||*||*||*||*||*|
| Orange/Red/o indicates a recurring or guest role during that season.|
Dark Green indicates top billing during that season.
|Season One||September 13, 1997||December 6, 1997||13|
|Season Two||September 12, 1998||December 12, 1998||13|
|Season Three||September 11, 1999||June 10, 2000||26|
|Season Four||September 23, 2000||February 24, 2001||26|
|Season Five||September 8, 2001||December 15, 2001||26|
- At a Glance: Additional information about the series