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The Michael J. Fox Show 1 Season 2014

Season 1
3.8 out of 5 stars (35) IMDb 6.7/10

A father of three from New York juggles family, career and challenges -- including Parkinson's disease.

Starring:
Michael J. Fox, Betsy Brandt

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1. Pilot

One of NY's most beloved news anchors, Mike Henry (Michael J. Fox, "Spin City", "Family Ties"), put his career on hold to spend more time with his family and focus on his health after he was diagnosed with Parkinson's. But now five years later, with the kids busy growing up and Mike growing restless, it just might be time for him to get back to work. Having never wanted Mike to leave in the first place, his old boss Harris Green (Wendell Pierce, "Treme", "The Wire") jumped at the chance to get him back on TV. The trick, as it's always been, was to make Mike think it was his idea. After several - okay, many - failed attempts, Mike's family, anxious to see him out of the house, finally succeeded in getting him to "run into" Green. Now their plan is in motion. He'll be back to juggling home, family and career, just like the old days - only better.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 26, 2013
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2. Neighbor

At Annie's (Betsy Brandt) request, Mike (Michael J. Fox) confronts a noisy (and attractive) upstairs neighbor (guest star Tracy Pollan), who seems to develop a bit of a crush on him. Though Annie thinks it's cute, Mike refuses to admit he enjoys the added attention. To Eve's (Juliette Goglia) chagrin, Ian (Conor Romero) tries to court her new friend from school. After enjoying the perks of being mistaken for a single mom during a day out with Graham (Jack Gore), Leigh (Katie Finneran) considers letting the ruse play out a little longer.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: September 26, 2013
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3. Art

Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Annie (Betsy Brandt) are thrilled about Eve's (Juliette Goglia) newfound excitement for a photography class - until they discover the racy subject matter. After Ian (Conor Romero) and his girlfriend, Reese (guest star Alice Kremelberg), get in a fight, Harris (Wendell Pierce) and Leigh (Katie Finneran) try to give them both advice. Graham (Jack Gore) overhears Mike say the best way to smooth over a fight is to admit blame and tries to use this advice to get away with anything.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 3, 2013
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4. Hobbies

As he and Annie (Betsy Brandt) vie to interest Graham (Jack Gore) in their favorite hobbies, Mike (Michael J. Fox) is shocked when his longtime nemesis is hired to anchor the evening news. Guest starring Anne Heche.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: October 10, 2013
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5. Interns

Mike's (Michael J. Fox) plan to get closer to Eve (Juliette Goglia) through an internship at the station backfires when she's poached his nemesis, Susan Rodriguez-Jones (guest star Anne Heche). As Ian (Conor Romero) looks for an intern for his internet startup, Annie (Betsy Brandt) struggles with giving Leigh (Katie Finneran) an honest appraisal of her young adult novel.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 17, 2013
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6. Teammates

Annie (Betsy Brandt) learns that Mike (Michael J. Fox) apologized to a stranger for her hotheaded behavior by claiming she's mentally ill. Leigh (Katie Finneran) adopts a puppy and then leaves Eve (Juliette Goglia) in charge.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 24, 2013
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7. Golf

When Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Annie (Betsy Brandt) take a romantic weekend away at a charity golf tournament, Ian (Conor Romero) and Eve (Juliette Goglia) rent out the apartment to make some extra cash. After Leigh's (Katie Finneran) date cancels on her, she has a "date night" with Graham (Jack Gore) instead.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 31, 2013
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8. Bed Bugs

Mike's (Michael J. Fox) love for Leigh (Katie Finneran) is tested when a bed bug infestation forces her to move in with his family. At the same time, Mike prepares for a big interview with Governor Chris Christie, while Eve (Juliette Goglia) regrets playing a practical joke on Ian (Conor Romero).

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 31, 2013
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9. Homecoming

When Mike (Michael J. Fox) discovers Ian (Conor Romero) is going to homecoming with his high school girlfriend (guest star Alice Kremelberg), he tries to convince him to reconsider college. Annie (Betsy Brandt) becomes jealous when she realizes Eve (Juliette Goglia) has been confiding in Leigh (Katie Finneran) instead of her. Graham (Jack Gore) seeks revenge after Mike and Annie throw away his old toys.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 14, 2013
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10. Thanksgiving

When their parents come for Thanksgiving, Mike (Michael J. Fox) struggles with his dad's "no coddling" policy, while Leigh (Katie Finneran) warns Annie (Betsy Brandt) about her mom's constant meddling. Guest starring Charles Grodin and Candice Bergen.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 21, 2013
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11. Christmas

As a snowstorm threatens Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Annie's (Betsy Brandt) annual Christmas gift competition, Ian (Conor Romero) worries that his parents have given up on making the holiday magical for Graham (Jack Gore), and Eve (Juliette Goglia) decides she'd rather be Jewish.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 12, 2013
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12. Party

As Mike (Michael J. Fox) bends the truth to throw a party celebrating Harris (Wendell Pierce) winning a big award, Eve (Juliette Goglia) and Ian (Conor Romero) join forces to put some fun into the "safe" slumber party Annie (Betsy Brandt) has planned for Graham (Jack Gore).

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 2, 2014
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13. Secret

Mike's (Michael J. Fox) reputation as a crack investigative reporter is endangered when a longtime neighbor is found to be an infamous mobster (guest star Richard Kind). As Ian (Conor Romero) and Eve (Juliette Goglia) suspect their jailed neighbor entrusted Graham (Jack Gore) with a valuable secret, Leigh (Katie Finneran) and Harris (Wendell Pierce) go to great lengths to keep their new relationship a secret.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 9, 2014
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14. Couples

Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Annie (Betsy Brandt) are excited to find a compatible couple living in the building. As Eve (Juliette Goglia) pretends to be the "bad girl" to impress an older guy, Ian (Conor Romero) worries that Graham (Jack Gore) caught him watching porn.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 16, 2014
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15. Sochi

Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Susan (Anne Heche) head to Sochi to cover the Winter Olympics. Meanwhile, as Annie (Betsy Brandt) coaches Eve (Juliette Goglia) in a teen beauty pageant, Leigh (Katie Finneran) is convinced she's dating a ghost who's haunting her apartment.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: January 23, 2014
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Bonus: The Michael J. Fox Show: First Look

Michael J. Fox and his co-stars talk about their new comedy coming to NBC September 26th

TV-NR CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: September 9, 2013
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Andrew Fleming
Starring Michael J. Fox, Betsy Brandt
Supporting actors Wendell Pierce, Katie Finneran, Juliette Goglia, Conor Romero, Jack Gore, Ana Nogueira, Jason Kravits, Anne Heche, Brooke Shields, Alice Kremelberg, Yuval David, Craig Bierko, Matt Braunger, David Furr, Maximillian Stebelsky, Claire Natale
Season year 2014
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Botleys3 on December 20, 2013
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I purchased this show because I am a big Michael J. Fox fan. I felt a sense of sadness when he left "Spin City", to focus more on his health. I admire the courage and spirit that he puts into his acting abilities. I have a disability also, and I have always given my best effort with everything I do. It just gratified me to see any actor perform to the best of his abilities, and to do what he loves to do.
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I was a little worried, for just a moment, about the treatment of the show having any pathos in it. But it doesn't; it's clever. There are some great comedic lines, and MJF has the same great delivery we (speaking for those of us who are from the same era) grew up loving.

I like the character of Annie; I know some people have said that they don't. But I think it's believably played.

I don't really like any of the children, sorry. They're okay, but I don't enjoy their screen time, particularly.

I do enjoy the honest self-jabs that are sprinkled in, e.g. when introduced to his pixie-sized assistant, he says something like, "Thank you for getting someone shorter than me." Funny.

I've enjoyed the episodes so far; I don't know if it's a survivor. But I'm just glad to see MJF back doing what we like him doing.
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By Mumsy2004 on September 27, 2013
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I usually do not watch TV shows, but I am a fan of Michael J Fox, so I wanted to give it a try. I liked the first episode a lot, it seems pretty funny and promising. Hopefully it will be a good show. So far, I think is good
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Just found this series. Always loved Michael J Fox. This series got better as it went on. I would have loved to see more. Healthy, fun family fare. I wish it had not been cancelled. Do networks ever revive series' that they previously cancelled? Will be looking for the next thing Michael J Fox does.
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I love seeing Michael J Fox back on a sitcom!
He's still got the timing and can still deliver the zingers,
and he's comfortable enough with himself to have fun in the situation.
I'm thoroughly enjoying his new comedy; Michael still makes me laugh :)
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The pilot for any new show has to take time to set up the situation and the characters. Especially in a half-hour show, this can lead to a frenetic pace as they try to establish all the people and their relationships. This pilot suffers from that pinball energy. However, the premise is fresh and the characters apparently likeable, so I'm hoping that this comedy settles down. My only actual complaint is that the female lead looks too young to be the mother of a college-aged kid. But otherwise, like the Mike Henry character, Michael J. Fox is a guy everyone want to see succeed and I hope he does.
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update: ok, i've watched more episodes of this and my interest has dropped with each one. i like fox but sitting through this show is becoming excruciating so i will no longer be watching. the biggest problem is that it is not funny and it is a sitcom. i enjoyed him so much more in his roles on THE GOOD WIFE and RESCUE ME. he was outstanding in those. but they weren't comedies. it is really too bad they simply didn't just do a spin off with his character from GOOD WIFE. i am dropping this to three stars. i like him too much to give him any less.

my original review follows:

i've seen two episodes of this show and i would say it is promising. it is the kind of show that needs to build its characters so it can find out which ones are working with fox. then it needs to cut the characters who aren't working well with him. the only way to tell this is by trying them out on the audience. fox himself is delivering but he needs to find those characters who will be the best comedy foils for him. i remember early episodes of THE MIDDLE, which is now one of my favorite shows. there was a whole subplot with a car dealership and another with the mother's aged relatives. those were cut and the focus tightened on the three children, husband and wife and became much, much better. presently fox has one heck of a lot of characters revolving around him. they are: a wife, three children, a sister in the same building, a network boss, a network assistant and an upstairs neighbor. so far my strongest positive reactions are to him with the youngest kid and his screw up sister. much as i love betsy brandt from BREAKING BAD, it will take me awhile to stop thinking of her as DEA agent hank's wife and begin thinking of her as michael j. fox's wife.

fox plays a news anchor.
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I had such hopes for this show. Michael J Fox's character on 'the Good Wife' is such a terrific one. But this show after 3 episodes has failed to wow.

Mike Henry, played by Michael J. Fox, returns to his career in television after time off to deal with his Parkinson's disease. He has pulled himself together, caring for his I family while his wife continues with her profession. However, he is driving everyone crazy, and he has at last decided to go back to work. The premise is wonderful, the fact that he has Parkinson's is mentioned too many times to count. By the third episode that was over, but the chemistry with the characters who play his family has not jelled. His younger and older sons are irritants, his daughter may be getting better. His wife, played by Betsy Brandt, has no likability and no chemistry with Michael at all. His old boss, played by Wendell Pierce seems to be there for conversation. I love Pierce and it pains me to see him in this role. There is nothing exciting for him to do at his old job. Michael needs a new family and maybe new writers. The only thing right with this show is Michael, himself.

Not Recommended At This Time. prisrob 10-08-13
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