'Just Shoot Me'
The hilarious sitcom hit NBC in 1997 and got an immediate following that fizzled by the end of it's seventh season in 2003.
Click through to see where the stars of the funniest show about a fictional fashion magazine are today.
David Spade as Dennis Finch
Spade made the successful transition from "Saturday Night Live" to sitcoms with "Just Shoot Me." His character Dennis was a smart-mouthed assistant at the fictional fashion magazine "Blush."
David Spade Now
David went on to star in "8 Simple Rules" from 2003 to 2005, and in 2007 he began starring on "Rules of Engagement" where he currently still plays Russell Dunbar, a shallow, womanizing guy.
Laura San Giacomo as Maya Gallo
San Giacomo starred in hit films "Pretty Woman" and "Sex, Lies and Videotape" before setting her sights on the small screen. The show centered around her character Maya, a feminist writer who reluctantly takes the job at the fashion magazine owned by her father.
Laura San Giacomo Now
Laura had a few small gigs after her "Just Shoot Me" tenure before finally landing a starring role on "Saving Grace" in 2007.
George Segal as Jack Gallow
The longtime big-screen star turned out to be a boob tube natural as Jack, the Donald Trump-like owner of "Blush." The storyline even often mentioned his fictional rivalry with the real estate mogul.
George Segal Now
George has had a few small spots since "Just Shoot Me!" including an episode of "Boston Legal" and a few episodes of "Entourage." He currently stars in the TV Land sitcom "Retired at 35."
Wendie Malick as Nina Van Horn
A real-life ex-model herself, Malick played Nina Van Horn, a promiscuous ex-model turned fashion editor with a heavy drinking problem.
Wendie Malick Now
Wendie has had one of the better careers out of her peers. Right after "Just Shoot Me!" she went on to star in "Frasier" in 2003. Over the years she has appeared in several shows and made for TV movies. In 2010 she began starring in TV Land's "Hot in Cleaveland.
Enrico Colantoni as Elliot DiMauro
Colantoni played Elliot, a womanizing and often overly sensitive photographer who works for the magazine.
Enrico Colantoni Now
Enrico starred as Keith Mars on "Veronica Mars" from 2004 to 2007. He has made many television appearances over the years in shows like "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "Monk," and "Brothers & Sisters." He currently stars on the Canadian police drama "Flashpoint."
Fun Fact: Colantoni's brother is a real-life cop.
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