SMILF is American Drama TV series. Created by Frankie Shaw. Produced by ABC Signature Studios. Stars: Frankie Shaw, Miguel Gomez, Rosie O'Donnell. It first aired on Nov 05, 2017, on Showtime. The series has 6.7 * rating by IMDb. SMILF is set in USA.
How Many Seasons SMILF Has: 2 (18 episodes)
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Season premieres on January 20, 2019
Showtime, 10 episodes
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Season premieres on November 5, 2017
Finale: December 31, 2017
Showtime, 8 episodes
SMILF is on Showtime (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 10 (Stop Making It Less Fun) - Air Date: Mar 31, 2019 (3 months ago)
Frankie Shaw thanks Cleveland Circle restaurants for letting her film 'SMILF' - per Bostonglobe
Eagle’s Deli and Pino’s Pizza, a pair of Cleveland Circle restaurants that share a building and an owner, were closed all day on Friday so that the cast and crew of “SMILF” could film scenes for the show’s second season from the afternoon into the evening.
'SMILF' Adds Ally Sheedy, Matthew Morrision in Season 2 Guest Roles (EXCLUSIVE) - according to Variety
Ally Sheedy and Matthew Morrison have joined the second season of “SMILF” in guest starring roles, Variety has learned exclusively. Morrison will play the role of Mitch, the nice guy ex-boyfriend of Bridgette (Frankie Shaw) from high school. Despite being polar opposites, the two still have feelings for each other. Sheedy will play Fiona, a friend of […]
Get ready to see more from 'SMILF' star Frankie Shaw - via Boston
“During the journey of developing and producing ‘SMILF’ with Frankie it quickly became clear that we wanted an ongoing partnership to help build out her company, brand and vision,” ABC Signature Studios VP Tracy Underwood told Variety. “She’s such a brilliant artist with a singular point of view while also proving to be an ambitious, taste making producer.”
'SMILF' returning to South Boston to film scenes for second season - via Bostonglobe
Flynn’s call to take down the advertisements (at the time, city officials told the Globe the posters were scheduled to come down anyway) elicited a strong response from Shaw, the show’s star and creator.