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Melissa & Joey

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Awards

  • 2015 - People's Choice Awards - Favorite Cable TV Comedy - winner

Cast & Crew See All

Melissa Joan Hart
Mel Burke
Joey Lawrence
Joe Longo
Taylor Spreitler
Lennox Scanlon

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Wildfire

4 Seasons
Set in Northern California (though filmed in New Mexico), the weekly, 60-minute drama series Wildfire starred Genevieve Cortese as a troubled teenager sent to juvenile hall for her alleged participation in an auto theft. As a condition of her parole, Kris went to work at Raintree Horse Farm, run by the Ritter family, a once-prominent horse racing clan now fallen upon hard times. Written off as an outcast by society, Kris formed a strong bond with a horse named Wildfire, who had likewise been dismissed as a "loser." Through love and patience, Kris challenged conventional wisdom and trained Wildfire to be a winner, in so doing also bringing a new hope to the Ritters in their perennial cutthroat competition against a rival family of horse breeders, the Davises. Featured in the cast were Nana Visitor as Raintree's owner Jean Ritter; Micah Alberti as Jean's son Matt Ritter, who fell in love with Kris; Nicole Tubiola as the scheming and snobbish Danielle Davis, who went out of her way to discredit Kris in Matt's eyes; Ryan Sypek as Danielle's brother Junior Davis, who rather surprisingly became one of Kris' best friends; and Greg Serano as amiable horse trainer Pablo Betart. During the series' first season, Dennis Weaver was seen as Jean's venerable father Henry Ritter, a role that turned out to be the actor's TV swan song (he died in March of 2006, just as the second season commenced). Originally slated to air on the WB Network, Wildfire was deflected to the ABC Family cable channel, where its debut episode on June 20, 2005, posted the highest ratings of any premiere in the channel's history.
2005 TV14 Drama, Family, Other

The Fosters

5 Seasons
The story of a San Diego family comprising Stef and Lena, a lesbian couple, and their kids, Stef's biological son and a set of adopted twins.
69   Metascore
2013 TV14 Drama, Family, Other

Switched at Birth

5 Seasons
Two teenage girls discover they were sent home with the wrong families when they were newborns. The girls went on to lead very different lives: Artistic Bay Kennish grew up in a world of privilege, while athletic Daphne Vasquez was raised by a single mother and contracted an illness that left her deaf at a young age.
75   Metascore
2011 TV14 Drama, Family, Other

The Secret Life of the American Teenager

5 Seasons
A drama focusing on a teenager coping with an unexpected pregnancy, followed by new motherhood.
48   Metascore
2008 TV14 Family, Comedy, Other

Baby Daddy

6 Seasons
A young man unexpectedly becomes a single dad and leans on his family and friends for assistance with raising the baby.
51   Metascore
2012 TV14 Family, Comedy, Other

My Life Is a Sitcom

1 Season
Andy Warhol once said that everyone is famous for 15 minutes. Had he lived to the early 21st century, Warhol might have amended this statement to read, "Everyone will some day have his own TV show for at least 15 minutes." As indicated by its title, the weekly cable-TV effort My Life is a Sitcom permitted real-life families to develop their own situation comedy series, whereupon the viewers at home were invited to choose which one of the families was the funniest. The eight clans represented on the series were chosen from hundreds, making one wonder the extent of awfulness that had been served up by those who didn't make the cut. After several weeks of impromptu "sitcomedy," the winning family was given the opportunity to star in a "pilot episode" taped before a live audience. My Life is a Sitcom was first aired by the ABC Family Channel on January 20, 2003.
2003 Reality, Family

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