The Middle Season 8
The Middle season 8 started airing on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. 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
most recent episode S8E23 Fight or Flight
The season consists of 23 episodes.
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'The Middle' Spinoff: Chris Diamantopoulos Joins As Sue's Boss - via Deadline
In addition to his role as Russ Hanneman on Silicon Valley, Diamantopoulos’ other recent TV credits include Pop TV’s Let’s Get Physical, Fox’s A Christmas Story Live! and Showtime’s Episodes.
ABC's 'The Middle' Spinoff Adds 'Silicon Valley' Actor Chris Diamantopoulos - via Thewrap
“The Middle” creators Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline wrote and executive produced the pilot, which hails from the duo’s Blackie and Blondie Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
'The Middle' Spinoff's Title Includes A Special Nod To The Original Series That Sue Heck Fans Will Be Obsessed With - via Bustle
ABC won't make an official decision about Sue Sue in the City's future until later in the year. However, now that the show has a title and is starting to fill out its cast, it's impossible not to root for the eternal underdog, Sue Heck, to finally get her due. It's hard to say whether or not Chicago is ready for the sheer force of the combined enthusiasm of Sue and Brad, but TV fans could definitely use a heroic team like these two besties right now.
'The Middle' Spinoff Has An Official Title, Brock Ciarlelli Joins As Series Regular - via Deadline
Ciarlelli played Sue’s boyfriend in the first season of The Middle. After they broke up, he remained on the show and in Season 7, he came out as gay and the two remained friends throughout the series which ended in May. In the finale of The Middle, Sue went off to college, but a flash forward saw her married to next door neighbor Sean (Beau Wirick) after an on-again-off-again relationship.
The Middle wraps its run as TV's most perpetually underrated comedy - via Vox
I caught up with a good portion of the ninth and final season over the past few weeks, however, and while the show wasn’t at the level of the best seasons of its run (roughly the third through fifth, with honorable mentions to the second and sixth), it was still telling small-scale, thoughtful stories about what it means to live with not quite enough money in the United States.