Little Men is a Canadian television show that first aired on November 7, 1998 on the PAX TV network and was shown in Canada on CTV beginning January 1, 1999. The show is set as a continuation from the Louisa May Alcott novel Little Men (1871) as a follow-up to Little Women. Due to low ratings, the show was cancelled after 2 seasons, with the final episode aired on December 17, 1999.

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  • Little Men is a Canadian television show that first aired on November 7, 1998 on the PAX TV network and was shown in Canada on CTV beginning January 1, 1999. The show is set as a continuation from the Louisa May Alcott novel Little Men (1871) as a follow-up to Little Women. Due to low ratings, the show was cancelled after 2 seasons, with the final episode aired on December 17, 1999. (en)
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  • John Ryan
  • Greg Copeland
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  • Nat asks Nick to enter a father-son ski tournament with him, so Jo must teach Nick how to ski. Laurie offers to be Dan's father for the day, which gives Nan an interesting idea.
  • Dan is overjoyed when a friend from Boston shows up at Plumfield, but Nat is none too thrilled.
  • Laurie donates a library's-worth of books to Plumfield, which inspires Franz to assign a project on philanthropy and reveals Nick's illiteracy. In the meantime, Jo's beloved horse falls ill, and chances of recovery look grim.
  • When Nat discovers a poor black family camping within the Plumfield grounds, everyone learns that prejudice can take many forms.
  • Meg, Jo, and Amy don't realize how their quarrel is affecting the children.
  • Nick's younger brother, Ben, arrives at Plumfield to hide from a gambling debt. Bess sets her heart on becoming a professional singer, and no one has the heart to tell her that she's tone-deaf.
  • A crack in the bathroom door leads to a series of misunderstandings between Jo and Nick. While searching for fossils, Nat and Nan find a large sum of money.
  • A student brings a case of the measles back to Plumfield, so the doctor quarantines the school.
  • While out looking for the perfect Christmas tree, Nick and the boys come upon a severely injured woman. Everyone pitches in to help her, but also struggle with their first Christmas without Mr. Bhaer and certain loved ones.
  • Laurie takes a fancy to poker and Nan steals ideas from Nat for their creative writing assignment.
  • When Amy heads the committee for Concord's annual dance, Jo and Nick send each other mixed signals on whether or not they will attend. Meanwhile, thirteen-year-old Bess lies about her age to impress a "college man".
  • Amy reluctantly agrees to send her daughter to Plumfield after Jo enrolls the school's first girl, and Nick plans on returning to the sea.
  • Jo's carriage breaks down, stranding her in an upcoming storm. Nick goes out in search of her, leaving Franz in charge of the children.
  • It's Halloween and the ghost stories are flying. Despite her pragmatism, these stories pique the wild side of Jo's imagination when she receives a book offer from a mysterious stranger.
  • Jo is feeling the strain of being a teacher, writer, parent, and curator of Plumfield and searches for a sign on what to do about it.
  • Nick is accused of murder, and the residents of Plumfield think his brother Ben is behind the crime.
  • Jo becomes reclusive after she's held up at gun-point. Franz becomes distressed when Isabelle receives a letter from her brother.
  • Franz falls head-over-heels for a boarding-house maid named Isabelle while Amy and Laurie hit a lull in their marriage.
  • Jo joins the women's suffrage movement while Nan tries to prove that she has what it takes to become a doctor.
  • Nat takes his violin skills to a new level while Dan joins Nick in tracking an escaped lion.
  • Asia's father arrives in Concord for an unbidden reunion while Nick takes a temporary job at the Mr. Gerson's general store, where he finds some unbidden attention of his own.
  • Meg is taken with an associate of Laurie's while Dan and Bess are at each other's throats as they're paired up for a science project.
  • When Asia receives a letter from an aunt in Philadelphia, Meg offers to move to Plumfield in order to help out.
  • Amy commandeers Plumfield for an evening in order to impress a high society lady while Dan goes on a vision-quest to find his identity.
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  • Brothers and Sisters
  • The Weaker Sex
  • Blame
  • Philanthropy
  • Quarantine
  • Thanksgiving
  • Leap of Faith
  • Emancipation
  • Family Business
  • Home for Christmas
  • Opposites Attract
  • Stepping Out
  • Father Figure
  • The Sign
  • Coming Attractions
  • For Love or Money
  • The Living Years
  • Looking Forward
  • Bluffing
  • Dangerous Lessons
  • The Christmas Angel
  • The Lantern Man
  • Three Angry Women
  • Tough Choices
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  • Little Men is a Canadian television show that first aired on November 7, 1998 on the PAX TV network and was shown in Canada on CTV beginning January 1, 1999. The show is set as a continuation from the Louisa May Alcott novel Little Men (1871) as a follow-up to Little Women. Due to low ratings, the show was cancelled after 2 seasons, with the final episode aired on December 17, 1999. (en)
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