Date My Dad
Date My Dad is American Drama TV series. Produced by 50 Degrees North Productions. Stars: Audrey Smallman, Raquel Welch, Barry Watson. It debuted on Jun 02, 2017, on UP TV. The series has 7.2 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the Joey Award, Young Entertainer Award. Date My Dad is set in Canada.
How Many Seasons Are In Date My Dad: 1 (10 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 2, 2017
Finale: July 28, 2017
UP TV, 10 episodes
Date My Dad is on UP TV (United States) Fridays at 6 pm
S1E10 (Graduation) - Air Date: Jul 28, 2017 (3 years ago)
EJ Johnson Reveals Dating 'Is a Struggle' Because 'They're Trying to Date My Dad,' Magic - PEOPLE.com - via People
“It’s always been a struggle. There’s so many factors. First of all, the celebrity thing — who are you here for, are you dating me or are you trying to date my dad?” he says during the talk.
Date My Dad: UP Orders Scripted Dramedy Series - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - by Tvseriesfinale
Ricky Parker had the perfect life. A former professional baseball player, he was married to Isabella, the love of his life. Ricky’s world comes crashing down when Isabella passes away leaving him to raise three daughters alone. “Date My Dad” picks up three years later while Ricky is raising the girls with the help of his live-in mother-in-law, Rosa. When Rosa unexpectedly announces that she is moving, Ricky becomes panic-stricken knowing he will have to tackle everything from make-up to boys to driving on his own. His daughters – Mirabel (15), Elisa (13) and Gigi (10) – decide that on his 40th birthday, he needs to get out there and start dating again. Ricky is in for a roller coaster ride as he is pushed into the dating world for the first time in twenty years with his girls giving him advice along the way.
50 Degrees North signs on to produce Date My Dad - Playback - via Playbackonline
Created and written by Nina Colman, the series is produced by Charles Lyall and executive produced by 50˚ North’s Sacha McLean, Jason McLean, David McLean and Brenda McLean, along with EveryWhere Studios’ Dan Angel and Tom Mazza, Bernd Schlötterer for Palatin Media and Greg Phillips for Content Media.