A loving (but immature) father with a larger-than-life personality is committed to co-parenting his two kids with his very-together ex-wife but for Marlon family really always does come first - even if he's the biggest kid of all.
Lifelong best friends Alexa and Katie are eagerly anticipating the start of their freshman year of high school. The pals confront a crisis that leaves them feeling like outsiders at a time when what seems to matter most is fitting in.
Driven by a desire to understand why her best friend killed herself at 16, Jacqueline Monetta, 18 gets teens suffering to share their struggles with mental illness and suicide attempts. ... See full summary »
An OK show that's fun for the family to watch together.
Is it a breakout comedy hit? No. But it does have its moments and is definitely something that a family can sit down and watch together which is it's main target audience. There are by far worse shows on and it's good to have something that is considered for kids but doesn't walk the line with profanity and sexual suggested material. Acting starts off shaky but gets better as the season moves on. Watch and judge for yourself, especially if watching with the fam.
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