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Fresh Off the Boat 

TV-PG | | Comedy | TV Series (2015– )
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A Taiwanese family makes their way in America during the 1990s.

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Nahnatchka Khan
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Series cast summary:
Randall Park ...  Louis Huang 101 episodes, 2015-2019
Constance Wu ...  Jessica Huang 101 episodes, 2015-2019
Hudson Yang ...  Eddie Huang 101 episodes, 2015-2019
Forrest Wheeler ...  Emery Huang 101 episodes, 2015-2019
Ian Chen ...  Evan Huang 101 episodes, 2015-2019
Lucille Soong ...  Grandma Huang 100 episodes, 2015-2019
Chelsey Crisp ...  Honey 94 episodes, 2015-2019
Ray Wise ...  Marvin 76 episodes, 2015-2019
Trevor Larcom ...  Trent 57 episodes, 2015-2019
Evan Hannemann ...  Barefoot Dave 49 episodes, 2015-2019
Prophet Bolden ...  Walter 44 episodes, 2015-2019
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Storyline

Loosely based on the life of Eddie Huang during the mid-to-late 1990s, an Asian-American family decides to move to Orlando, Florida from Washington D.C. in order to embrace the "American Dream," facing many obstacles as they try to assimilate with the new culture that surrounds them.

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4 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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Eddie Huang decreased his involvement with the show in season 2 due to his disagreements in creative direction of the show, in particular how the Louis character is portrayed as nice, friendly, and naive versus the dark, abusive, and strict personality he had in the book. See more »

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Obviously filmed in Los Angeles, as most residential streets in Orlando, Florida do not have sidewalks. See more »

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Referenced in Family Guy: Nanny Goats (2017) See more »

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My life, finally projected on screen
10 March 2015 | by gee_dog123See all my reviews

Some background. I came to the states without any knowledge of engish and neither did my parents. It was some midwestern state in the early 1990s. In the school, there were 3 asians, and 1 black kid. From the very first episode to episode 8. I felt like my life was shown. I had the same infatuation with hiphop. My first album was Straight Outta Compton. PE and Ice Cube and Ice T were my favorite groups. I felt exactly as the series describe, it's not that the white folks were disrespectful to me (in fact there where at the beginning), but they just don't know what to do with a person of different race and culture. I could never truly be in the "in crowd". I found commonality in people who are different and music that's different, and most hiphop at that time was portraying rebellion against the establishment. To me, the establishment was white with Christian morales. That's not what I am about. I had 3 Asian kids in school who are straight A and musicians. I ain't about that nonsense. All through school, my best friend was a black kid and he was the one that introduced me to straight outta compton.

So this show is a great authentic view of the Asian minority. Stereotypes of Asian parents are REAL and of the white folks are REAL. Exaggeration of course, but the gist of it is VERY VERY real. My parents HATED rap with a passion because they don't understand it. All they care about 100% of time is where is my grade, what am I doing wrt to studying. No basketball, nothing. I had to find solace in the things that are shown in this movie. I had to conform to pizza and sloppy joe where my parents served Chinese dishes. In the 90s, Chinese is not the in crowd, unlike now.

Overall, this is a VERY realistic view for ANY Asian's coming to a majority white area in the 80s, 90s. I felt my life was displayed on screen. It was hilarious at the same time nostalgic of my life.

I signed up just to say my support for this show. I know there are many Asians like me with the same background, living in the same white neighborhoods.

Every other sitcom I have seen before are either non relevant or non- relateable to person like me or Asian. I get all the jokes of Seinfeld and Friends, but those are non relatable to an Asian person. Supremely refreshing to finally get our voices heard. About time.

US needs more shows like this.


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