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Country of origin
United States

Theme song
So Little Time


Ending theme
"So Little Time"

First episode date
2 June 2001


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Created by
Eric CohenTonya Hurley

Mary-Kate OlsenAshley OlsenClare CareyEric LutesJesse HeadTaylor NegronNatashia Williams

Theme music composer
Ollie Jacobs, James Barnett and Lalo Creme

Opening theme
"So Little Time" by Arkarna


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So Little Time is an American sitcom starring Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in their second television series since the short-lived Two of a Kind ended in 1999. It aired on Fox Family: the first half of the series aired from June 2, 2001, to August 15, 2001, and the series then went on a four-month hiatus owing to network management changes. By December 2001, Fox Family had become ABC Family, and the remaining episodes aired until May 4, 2002.


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Main cast

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  • Mary-Kate Olsen as Riley Carlson
  • Ashley Olsen as Chloe Carlson
  • Clare Carey as Macy Carlson
  • Eric Lutes as Jake Carlson
  • Jesse Head as Spartacus Larry Slotnick
  • Taylor Negron as Manuelo Del Valle
  • Natashia Williams as Tedi
  • Recurring cast

  • Amy Davidson as Cammie Morton
  • Wendy Worthington as Ellen Westmore
  • Ben Easter as Lennon Kincaid
  • Broadcasting

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    The Canadian Family Channel aired reruns of the series weekdays at 6:00pm until June 28, 2007, when they were replaced by Zoey 101. In the United Kingdom, the show aired on BBC One and on the Children's Channel CBBC. Some episodes had a shorter running time than others because of the removal of the "behind the scenes" featurettes.

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    Later in the series, the show starts with the crew wandering around the set with the camera following them. They talk about today's events, such as the birthday of an actor on the set. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen usually appear in this segment.

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    A short "behind the scenes" featurette was sometimes included at the end of an episode as well. Although retained on the Warner Home Video VHS and DVD releases, these were always edited out of the U.K. terrestrial transmissions.


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    There are 4 volumes of So Little Time available on DVD and VHS. Each DVD/VHS includes 6 episodes. The complete series boxset is also available on DVD, which includes all 26 episodes.

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  • So Little Time: School's Cool (August 13, 2002)
  • So Little Time: Boy Crazy (August 13, 2002)
  • So Little Time: About A Family (August 13, 2002)
  • So Little Time: Hangin Out (June 3, 2003)
  • So Little Time: The Complete Series (September 6, 2005)
  • Books

    Several episodes of So Little Time were novelized and published in book form by HarperCollins Entertainment. The series also featured new original stories based on the show, which were written by the same authors. As of the spring of 2008, 17 So Little Time books have been released, following the lives of Chloe and Riley.

    1. How to Train a Boy
    2. Instant Boyfriend
    3. Too Good To Be True
    4. Just Between Us
    5. Tell Me About It
    6. Secret Crush
    7. Girl Talk
    8. The Love Factor
    9. Dating Game
    10. A Girl's Guide to Guys
    11. Boy Crazy
    12. Best Friends Forever
    13. Love is in the Air
    14. Spring Breakup
    15. Get Real
    16. Surf Holiday
    17. The Makeover Experiment


    A soundtrack album featuring the show's theme song as well as other music featured in the series was released by Trauma Records and Dualstar Records in June 2001, and was made available on iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Spotify on June 5, 2010 by Kirtland Records.

    1. Arkarna - "So Little Time"
    2. Noogie - "Mr. Fabulous"
    3. Jason Feddy - "The Beautiful Few"
    4. Joey Kingpin - "Rock It"
    5. Vienna - "Where I Wanna Be"
    6. Ritalin - "Stuck Like Glue"
    7. George Tenen III and James Pennington - "You Make Me Love You More"
    8. Lovepie - "Thoughts of You"
    9. The Getaway People - "Superstar"
    10. Chad Hollister - "Leavin' Home"
    11. Crashpalace - "Brickwall"
    12. The Weekend - "Punk Rock Show"


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