Ferris Bueller is an American sitcom based on the 1986 John Hughes film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The show stars Charlie Schlatter in the title role. The series debuted on August 23, 1990, on NBC and was cancelled within its first season, a few months after its debut. The show was produced by Maysh Ltd Productions in association with Paramount Television. Hughes was not involved in the show's production, and asked that his name not be used by Paramount Television to promote it.
On the first day of school, Ferris becomes infatuated with transfer student Sloan.
Ferris grooms a rebel to oppose the principal's preferred candidate.
Ferris has his janitor buddy impersonate the former Marine drill sergeant Rooney hired as the new dean of students.
Cameron feels trapped in Ferris's shadow. Ferris attempts to help his friend by suggesting to him that he should do something he will be remembered for. Cameron takes his advice by pulling a dangerous stunt.
Ferris throws a surprise birthday party for Cameron - at the principal's house.
Sloan leaves Lucy, the campus canine, in Ferris' care.
After a fortuneteller sees a ""black aura"" around him, Ferris has a run of disastrously bad luck.
Sloan, feeling smothered by Ferris, dates a dashing Italian exchange student whom Jeannie likes.
Ferris' nosy, know-it-all grandmother wants to turn her two-week visit into a permanent stay.
The father of Cameron's new girlfriend Ann forbids Cameron to see her. So Ferris poses as her boyfriend to get past her father. Complications arise when Cameron's girlfriend falls for Ferris
Ferris buys a 1962 Corvette that may be haunted.
Rooney tries to cancel the annual high school beach day when the superintendent's office schedules an inspection.
Ferris and Cameron survive an eventful night while trying to churn out an important class paper.