OZ is set deep inside the Oswald Maximum Security Prison, in an experimental unit known as Emerald City. Em City focuses on prisoner rehabilitation over public retribution. There's one set of rules from the outside looking in, and another once you're inside. Every group - Muslims, Latinos, Italians, Aryans - stick close to their mutual friends and terrorizes their mutual enemies.
|Season 1||July 1997||August 1997||8|
|Season 2||July 1998||August 1998||8|
|Season 3||July 1999||September 1999||8|
|Season 4||July 2000||February 2001||16|
|Season 5||January 2002||February 2002||8|
|Season 6||January 2003||February 2003||8|
|Name||Number of Episodes||Dates|
|Tom Fontana||57||07/12/1997 - 02/23/2003|
|Adam Bernstein||9||08/25/1999 - 01/05/2003|
|Bradford Winters||6||08/11/1999 - 02/09/2003|
|Alex Zakrzewski||4||01/07/2001 - 02/23/2003|
|Terry Kinney||3||08/18/1999 - 02/03/2002|
|Jean de Segonzac||3||07/21/1997 - 08/31/1998|
|J. Miller Tobin||3||08/23/2000 - 01/27/2002|
|Keith Samples||3||08/03/1998 - 08/16/2000|
|Darnell Martin||3||07/12/1997 - 08/18/1997|
|Nick Gomez||3||07/14/1997 - 07/14/1999|
|Alan Taylor||2||08/11/1997 - 08/17/1998|
|Goran Gajic||2||07/26/2000 - 01/21/2001|
|Leslie Libman||2||08/04/1997 - 02/04/2001|
|Steve Buscemi||2||08/11/1999 - 01/28/2001|
|John Henry Davis||1||02/02/2003|
|David Von Ancken||1||01/26/2003|
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