StarStreet (partially lost British children's television series; 2001-2002)

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Status: Partially Lost

StarStreet (also stylised STARStreet) is a British children's television series which aired on ITV from 2001 to 2002. It chronicles the fictional lives of the (real-life) pop band allSTARS* - Sam Bloom, Thaila Zucchi, Ashley Taylor Dawson, Rebecca Hunter, and Sandi Lee Hughes. The band members live in a wacky house with a mind of its own, causing various mishaps. In every episode, the band performs one of their songs.

The first series originally aired on SMTV Live in 2001. The second series debuted on CITV in 2002, which also repeated episodes of the first series. The series came to an end when the allSTARS* split up in the Summer of 2002.

The series had two VHS releases which collectively included most episodes of the first series.[1][2] No episodes from the second series had any home video release.


Episodes

Series 1 (2001)

Episode Title Status Volume Number
Best Friends Found Volume 1
Lost Little Things Found Volume 1
Cold Sweat Found Volume 2
Butterflies Found Volume 1
Déjà Vu Found Volume 1
Thaila's Birthday Found Volume 2
The Greatest Love Story Found Volume 1
Inside Ashley's Head Found Volume 2
Makeover Madness Lost
The Hot Ticket Lost
The Wrong Side Found Volume 2
Becky Who? Lost
Happy Ever After Lost

Series 2 (2002)

Episode Name Status
Tiny Planet Lost
Ba Da Bing Lost
Back to the Future Found
Shop Till You Drop Found
Pants on Fire Found
Reality TV Lost
Spin Cycle Lost
Video Nasty Lost
Ask Ash Lost
Time Out Lost

Other Videos

Name Status Notes
The Cherries Found An unaired test pilot for the series from 1999 under the working title "The Cherries". Only one of the band members in this video made the final cut.
The Making of StarStreet Found Included in the Volume 1 VHS release.

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External Link

References

  1. Amazon listing of volume 1. Retrieved 11 Feb '19
  2. Amazon listing of volume 2. Retrieved 11 Feb '19