List of George Lopez Episodes

List Of George Lopez Episodes

George Lopez is an American television sitcom that ran on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) from March 27, 2002, to May 8, 2007, with a total of 120 episodes produced over the course of 6 seasons.

Read more about List Of George Lopez Episodes:  Series Overview, Season 1: 2002, Season 2: 2002–03, Season 3: 2003–04, Season 4: 2004–05, Season 5: 2005–06, Season 6: 2007

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