ABC renewed the veterans, including the renewal for The Middle for season five in what was expected as the show is always a solid and steady performer. Perhaps underrated, but never underestimated. The Middle is a show that you always know what you get. If TV was basketball, you know with The Middle you´ll never have a LeBron, but it is a Udonis Haslem; a Continue reading →
November is what we call November Sweeps on Television. And now ABC has launched the full programming guide for November Sweeps: “THE VIEW” – Headline-making guests, pop culture and political conversations, the return of Budget Week and a contest/sweepstakes that searches for the most hilarious housewife are just a few of the highlights featured in November on ABC’s “The View.” Lindsay Lohan (“Liz & Dick”) will sit down for an interview with hosts Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Continue reading →
More information to fill the lists for cancelled shows of 2012 and renewed shows of 2012. And in order to get all my coverage on ABC cancelled and renewed shows, I still have this one left: ABC renewed The Middle for season four. The series features Frances “Frankie” Heck (Patricia Heaton), a working- Continue reading →
We´ll get to see more of that great cast as we follow the daily mishaps of a married woman and her semi-dysfunctional family and their attempts to survive life in general in the city of Orson, Indiana.
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And this is good news for “The Janitor” (Let´s face it… he´s the Janitor).
As much as I love Mike Heck, he´s the Janitor.
Well, back to the news: ABC renewed The Middle for a second season.
What do you think? Are you happy that ABC renewed The Middle for a second season?
What is The Middle About? – Plot
Frankie and her husband Mike have lived their whole lives in Orson, a fictitious small town in Indiana. Mike is a manager at a quarry and has a sarcastic streak and a tendency toward brutal honesty. Frankie is so far the least successful salesperson at the local car dealership. She may not be a high-powered career woman, but when it comes to her family, she goes to just about any length to hold things together. With kids like hers, she often needs to do so. Axl, her rebellious teenage son, was conceived with Guns N’ Roses playing a significant role; Sue, her awkward teenage daughter, struggles to get into something—anything—she tries out for, yet remains encouraged; and her incredibly smart but lonely seven-year-old son, Brick.