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Growing Up Fisher 2014 THE COMPLETE TV SERIES ON DVD J.K. Simmons Jenna Elfman Eli Baker
Growing Up Fisher 2014 THE COMPLETE TV SERIES ON DVD J.K. Simmons Jenna Elfman Eli Baker

Growing Up Fisher 2014 THE COMPLETE TV SERIES ON DVD J.K. Simmons Jenna Elfman Eli Baker

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Growing Up Fisher is a sitcom that began airing mid-season on NBC as part of the 2013–14 United States network television schedule. The semi-autobiographical single camera series was created by D. J. Nash.

On January 10, 2014, NBC announced that Growing Up Fisher would premiere following the 2014 Olympics on Sunday, February 23, 2014, at 10:30 pm, and then move to its regular timeslot on Tuesday, March 4, at 9:30 pm following About a Boy.

On May 9, 2014, NBC canceled Growing Up Fisher after one season

Plot

The family of 11-year-old Henry (Eli Baker) begins to function after the divorce of blind father and lawyer Mel (J.K. Simmons) and mother Joyce (Jenna Elfman). The series follows everyday situations the family goes through, often involving Henry's sister Katie (Ava Deluca-Verley) and normal situations the parents handle, usually in a comical way.

Cast

Main

Recurring

  • Isabela Moner as Jenny
  • Matthew Glave as Principal Sloan
  • Carla Jimenez as Janice

Development and production

The series first appeared on the development slate at NBC in October 2012 under the title ...Then Came Elvis.The network placed a pilot order in January 2013. The pilot episode was written by D. J. Nash, and directed by David Schwimmer.

Casting announcements began in February 2013, with Parker Posey first cast in the role of Joyce Fisher, Henry's mother who attempts to reclaim her youth, post-divorce. J.K. Simmons was the second actor cast, in the series regular role of the blind family patriarch, Mel Fisher.[7] Shortly after, Eli Baker and Ava Deluca-Verley were then added to the cast, with Baker cast in the lead role of Henry Fisher and Deluca-Verley to the role of Katie Fisher, Henry's older sister, who Joyce desperately wants to be close to.

In May 2013, NBC placed a series order for the comedy under the new title The Family Guide, and in June, it underwent another name change to Growing Up Fisher. In July 2013, Jenna Elfman replaced Parker Posey in the role of Joyce Fisher.

 

Season 1

1.     1-1                 23 Feb 14   Pilot
2.     1-2                 04 Mar 14   Blind Man's Bluff
3.     1-3                 11 Mar 14   The Date From Hell-Nado
4.     1-4                 18 Mar 14   Trust Fall
5.     1-5                 25 Mar 14   Work With Me
6.     1-6                 01 Apr 14   Drug/Bust
7.     1-7                 08 Apr 14   Katie You Can Drive My Car
8.     1-8                 15 Apr 14   The Man With the Spider Tattoo
9.     1-9                 22 Apr 14   Desk/Job
10.    1-10                29 Apr 14   First Time's the Charm
11.    1-11                06 May 14   Secret Lives of Fishers
12.    1-12                11 Jun 14   Madi About You
13.    1-13                11 Jun 14   Growing Up Fairbanks

 

 

It’s not every family that’s brought closer together by divorce, but then again, the Fishers are anything but typical.

Original Name: Growing Up Fisher
Number of Seasons: 1
Number of Episodes: 13
Status: Canceled
Certification / MPAA Film Rating: TV-PG
Type: Scripted
Network(s): NBC
First Air Date: February 23, 2014
Last Air Date: June 11, 2014
Episode Runtime: 22 mins
Primary Year: 2014
Created by: D.J. Nash
Genres: Comedy
Spoken Language(s): English
Origin Countries: United States of America

Seasons:
Season 1 — 13 Episodes — Air Date: February 23, 2014
Casting:
J.K. Simmons – Mel Fisher
Jenna Elfman – Joyce Fisher
Eli Baker – Henry Fisher
Ava Deluca-Verley – Katie Fisher
Lance Lim – Runyen



Tags: 2014, Ava Deluca-Verley, blind, Canceled, Comedy, disabled, divorce, divorced parents, Eli Baker, English, Family, Hollywood, J.K. Simmons, Jenna Elfman, Lance Lim, Scripted, TV Series, TV-PG