Raising Expectations is Canadian Comedy TV series. Created by Tom Saunders. Produced by Aircraft Pictures. Stars: Luke Bilyk, Simon Cadel, Katie Douglas. It premiered on May 08, 2016, on Family Channel. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.1 *. Winner of the Kidscreen Award. Raising Expectations is set in Canada.
How Many Season Does Raising Expectations Have: 2 (26 episodes)
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Season premieres on September 4, 2017
Family Channel, 12 episodes
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Season premieres on May 8, 2016
Family Channel, 26 episodes
Raising Expectations is on Family Channel (Canada) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 12 (The Big Trip) - Air Date: Dec 04, 2017 (about a year ago)
Family quirks: A Q&A with Raising Expectations' creator - Kidscreen - per Kidscreen
Set to bow in Canada on May 8 at 7:30 p.m. ET, and produced by Toronto’s Aircraft Pictures in association with Miami’s Dolphin Entertainment, Raising Expectations (formerly The Wonderful Wayneys) follows the misadventures of a married couple, played by GenXers Jason Priestley and Molly Ringwald, as they aim to raise five flawless children. Their youngest son Emmett (Simon Cadel), however, has a hard time living up to his parents’ and siblings’ expectations and becomes the focus of the 26 x half-hour series as he celebrates his relative mediocrity.
Molly Ringwald molds 'multi-exceptional' kids in 'Raising Expectations' - Toronto Sun - according to Torontosun
“Tom Saunders (series creator, who formerly worked on Arrested Development, Just Shoot Me!, NewsRadio and The Larry Sanders Show) is really smart and he gave me a persuasive argument as to why this was right for me,” Ringwald recalled. “And I agreed with him. I felt it was a character I really could do well.
Vaughan's Luke Bilyk sets sights on Raising Expectations - YorkRegion.com - per Yorkregion
“I’ve looked up to Jason Priestley as a mentor and I learned so much from the both of them; how they handle social media, talking about their experiences, especially since I starting growing up at 14 years old on such a giant show (Degrassi). There were a lot of things to relate about.”