1. Ben and Kate (2012)
When Kate’s daughter was born, she reunited with her odd-couple siblings, one a responsible single mother and the other an exuberant dreamer.
2. Fam (2019)
Angry with her father, a young woman moves in with her older half-sister and her fiance because she no longer wants to live with him.
3. Howards End (2017)
By examining the social and class divides in early 20th century England through three families: the wealthy Wilcoxes, the gentle and idealistic Schlegels, and the lower-middle class Basts. ‘
4. A Million Little Things (2018)
For a group of friends from Boston who are feeling stuck in life, an unexpected wake-up call comes when one of their friends dies.
5. Mom (2013)
An outrageous and irreverent take on the love and dysfunction of a real family. Christy, a newly sober single mother, faces many challenges as she tries to raise her two children in today’s complex world. When Christy’s mother returns to her life, she’s eager to share her passive-aggressive thoughts on her daughter’s many blunders in an attempt to test her sobriety.
6. Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll (2015)
New York City’s legendary early 1990s band, The Heathens, has a legendary lead singer who is trying to put his life back together. Bad-boy rocker gets another shot at stardom as the songwriter for an up-and-coming young singer who is a huge fan of his early work despite his age and financial hardships
7. House of Lies (2012)
Charming, quick-witted Every dirty trick in the book is employed by Marty Kaan and his elite team of management consultants in order to woo powerful CEOs and secure multi-billion dollar deals. Corruption is routine in the boardrooms, bars, and bedrooms of the wealthy and powerful, and no one puts anyone else’s interests ahead of their own. During this scathing, irreverent satire of corporate America today, nothing is sacred.
8. American Woman (2018)
An adaptation of the real-life Kyle Richards, this 1970s period dramedy depicts Bonnie, an unconventional mother who is struggling to raise her two daughters after separating from her husband during the sexual revolution and second-wave feminism. These three women will learn to stand on their own two feet in a world that doesn’t want to give them either, with the help of Kathleen and Diana, their closest friends.
9. Black Lightning (2018)
Jefferson Pierce is a man who is struggling with a mystery. Being both the father of two daughters and the principal of an alternative high school in a New Orleans neighborhood plagued by gang violence makes him a hero in the eyes of his fellow citizens.
10. Good Luck Charlie (2010)
On April 4, 2010, Disney Channel premiered Good Luck Charlie, an American television sitcom. When Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen set out to make this television series, they didn’t just have children in mind. They wanted it to appeal to families as a whole.
When Charlotte “Charlie” Duncan and Toby “Toby” Duncan were born to a Denver family, their lives were forever changed. Teddy Duncan records a video diary for Charlie every week, in which he gives him advice about growing up in their family and as a teen. In the video diaries, Teddy tries to give Charlie an idea of what she might go through as an adult. In the end of each video diary, Teddy says the eponymous phrase “Good luck, Charlie”. Additionally, executives opted for alternate titles like Love, Teddy, and finally Good Luck Charlie to ensure that the show would be enjoyed by viewers of all ages. On April 4, 2010, Disney Channel in the United States aired Good Luck Charlie. On April 5, 2010, it premiered in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland, and Australia and New Zealand on May 14, 2010. In August 2010, production began on the second season of Good Luck Charlie, which premiered on February 20, 2011. Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! began production in March 2011 for a December 2011 debut on the Disney Channel Original Movies.
11. Camp (2013)
All ages are welcome at Little Otter Family Camp, which is located miles from the nearest town. Gin and tonics help parents decompress while their children run wild, and teenage counselors have affairs. In addition to running the camp, Mackenzie Granger is also its owner. Mackenzie is ready for a new beginning after her recent divorce. For the first time in her life, she is running the Little Otter on her own and scrambling to keep it afloat.
12. When Calls the Heart (2014)
An Eastern-born young schoolteacher, Elizabeth Thatcher moves from the big city to a western coal mining town, leaving her comfortable upbringing behind.
13. Anger Management (2012)
It’s Charlie’s specialty to help people deal with their aggression. Pro bono counseling for an inmate group at the state prison is part of his successful private practice. Prior to his career as a therapist, he was a major league baseball player whose career was put on the shelf for good by his own struggle with anger issues.
14. Emily Owens, M.D (2012)
TV series Emily Owens, Md. was created by Jennie Snyder Urman, and stars Emily Owens as an American doctor. On May 11, 2012, it was picked up by The CW. Tuesdays at 9:00 PM Eastern/8:00 PM Central, it debuted in October 2012. The CW canceled the show on November 28, 2012. On February 5, 2013, the 13th and final episode of the series was broadcast.
15. When Hope Calls (2019)
Lillian and Grace, sisters who opened an orphanage in Brookfield, West Virginia, in 1916. They try to find love and happiness in the midst of the difficulties of caring for the children of a growing town.
16. Full House (1987)
To raise his three daughters, D.J., Stephanie and Michelle, Danny enlists help from his best friend and his brother-in-law.
17. Tacoma FD (2019)
When it rains so much in Tacoma, there aren’t many fires to put out, so the Tacoma Fire Department has to deal with the less glamorous aspects of their job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls.
18. Happyland (2014)
When Lucy, the teenage daughter of an idealistic theme park princess mom, grows up in a world of manufactured happiness, she longs to experience something real. Lucy wonders if fairy tale endings exist after Ian, the new park owner’s son, sweeps her off her feet. As her life is turned upside down, she discovers that Happyland is anything but a walk in the park.
19. Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013)
When his new boss assigns him to a new precinct, one slacker detective is forced to get his act together and become a better officer.
20. My Mad Fat Diary (2013)
When Rae returns to her best friend Chloe’s home in Lincolnshire in 1996, she is greeted by the same group of people who had assumed she had been living in France for the past four months: Rae’s therapists and her best friends, who are unaware of her mental health and body image issues, believe she has been living in France for the past four months.