Sydney to the Max Season 1

Release Date, Episode Guide

Sydney to the Max season 1 started airing on Friday, January 25, 2019. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: Jul 23, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S1E1 Can't Dye This

S1E2 Who Let the Dogs In?

S1E3 The Parent Track

S1E4 Adventures in Babe-Sitting

S1E5 Shaved by the Bell

S1E6 I Know What You Did Last Sleepover

S1E7 Good Grade Hunting

S1E8 You've Got Female

S1E9 The Lyin' King

S1E10 Caved and Confused

S1E11 Can't Hardly Date

S1E12 Little Shop of Reynolds

S1E13 Dude, Where's My Car Wash Money?

S1E14 As Bad as She Gets

S1E15 There's Something About Zack

S1E16 Nuthin' But a Dance Thang

S1E17 Never Been Pierced

S1E18 Nightmare on Syd Street

most recent episode S1E19 Mo Grandmas, Mo Problems

next episode S1E20 Dancin' the Vida Loca

S1E21 How Sydney Got Her Phone Back

How many episodes are in season 1 of Sydney to the Max?

The season consists of 21 episodes.

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10 Things You Didn't Know about Sydney to the Max - TVOvermind - by Tvovermind

One thing that’s true no matter which channel you watch is that change is going to have to inevitably happen and new shows are going to have to be brought in to spice things up a bit. Sydney to the Max appears to be another show that’s theme is to show the vast difference between kids and their parents and yet bring them together in a way that is well-known and comforting to the viewer, much as many shows on the Disney Channel have been throughout the years. The story of a young girl that lives with her father and grandmother and is growing up in a modern world that is much different than her father remembers as a child is something that a lot of us can likely relate to since at this point in our lives we’ve either done it or are still doing it. But it’s also great for kids since it gives them an idea that whatever they’re going through, their parents have gone through as well.

Caroline Rhea has plenty of time for Sydney to the Max - Worcester Telegram - by Telegram

The '90s were good to Caroline Rhea. That's when the Canadian actress-comedian not only was finding her way on the comedy circuit but they were also the decade in which she landed a role in the network comedy "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" in 1996. That series left such a positive and lasting impression on a generation that Rhea still gets called Aunt Hilda by people on the street.

Caroline Rhea has plenty of time for 'Sydney to the Max' - Bristol Herald Courier - via Heraldcourier

The ’90s were good to Caroline Rhea. That’s when the Canadian actress-comedian not only was finding her way on the comedy circuit but they were also the decade in which she landed a role in the network comedy “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” in 1996. That series left such a positive and lasting impression on a generation that Rhea still gets called Aunt Hilda by people on the street.

Sydney to the Max centers around the experiences of a sociable, goodhearted middle schooler named Sydney Reynolds and her protective, doting – and sometimes clueless! – single dad Max as they navigate the challenges of growing up. Set during two timeframes, decades apart, flashback scenes to young Max and his best friend Leo in the 1990s parallel many of the funny predicaments Sydney and her BFF Olive get themselves into. VHS camcorders, bleached skater hair and other '90s-defining "relics" aside, Sydney and Max come to realize, aided by Sydney's kicky grandmother Judy, who's well-versed in Max's childhood antics, that they have more in common than either realizes.

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