Growing Pains is an American television sitcom about an affluent family, residing in Huntington, Long Island, New York, with a working mother and a stay-at-home psychiatrist father raising three children together, which aired on ABC from September 24, 1985, to April 25, 1992.
It's not every family that's brought closer together by divorce, but then again, the Fishers are anything but typical.
Family drama series about a middle aged couple (Ray Brooks and Sharon Duce) who, with their own three children in their teenage years, decide to become foster parents.
Growing Up... is a series that airs on Animal Planet, a cable and satellite television network co-owned by Discovery Communications, Inc. and BBC Worldwide. Each episode is an hour long and follows the life of a wild animal growing up in captivity.
The children of notorious hip hop icons take over the Big Apple where the hustle never sleeps. Love triangles, abandonment, polygamy, pregnancies, DNA tests and multiple arrests will test their determination to succeed.
Chronicling the perks and perils of being born into Hip Hop royalty in the city that the New York Times called “Hip Hop’s center of gravity” - Atlanta.
Six young people whose families found fame and fortune in the hip-hop industry strive to succeed independently in their own careers without assistance from their famous parents.
A group of young models risk it all to live up to the careers of their famous parents.
Growing Up is a Filipino youth-oriented series aired on GMA Network from 1997 to 1999. Produced by GMA Network and VIVA Television, the show aired every Wednesday as a primetime drama series, which serves as a sequel to TGIS. The show was reaired in GMA7's late weeknight/early morning block from 2000 to 2001 as part of the network's 50th anniversary celebrations.
Growing Up is a Filipino teen drama anthology series aired on ABS-CBN. It is top billed by Mara Clara stars Kathryn Bernardo, Julia Montes, Diego Loyzaga, Kiray Celis and EJ Jallorina with other teen casts Daniel Padilla of Gimik 2010, Neil Coleta of 100 Days to Heaven, and Yen Santos of Good Vibes.
Chase and Savannah Chrisley embark on a cross-country move to prove they're independent grown-ups.
Host Amanda Mackay takes you behind the scenes of some of the most incredible gardens in North America. From the mind of Jeremy Deichen, Growing Exposed is a new industry leading series on cannabis cultivation.
The Price of Growing Up is a TVB television series, premiered in 1987. Theme song "The Infinite Journey" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyrics by Wong Jim, sung by Kenny Bee, and the sub theme song "Still My Heart Was Thinking About You" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyrics by Wong Jim, sung by Kenny Bee and Cally Kwong.
Growing Up Creepie was an animated television series made in the USA and Canada by Mike Young Productions and produced by Discovery Kids. In other countries, the series was simply titled Creepie. The series aired 52 episodes, and it would have aired more, but Discovery Kids was replaced with The Hub.
Growing Up Gay was a groundbreaking two-part documentary series broadcast on RTÉ One, which began on Monday 19 April 2010 at 9.35pm. It explored the experiences of the first generation of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people growing up in an Ireland where it was legal to be themselves. Filmed over 18 months, it was made by Crossing the Line Films with the ongoing support and advice of Ireland's national organisation for Lesbian, Gay, Biseuxal and Trans young people, BeLonG To. It featured LGBT school-goers, Muslims, and young people facing persecution in their hometowns across Ireland. RTÉ courted controversy by recommending that the documentary be suitable for viewing by "mature audiences" only, despite its stars all being teenagers. There was also a delay in the appearance of the second episode on RTÉ player. Growing Up Gay was nominated for "Event of the Year" at the GALAs.
Growing Up Gotti is an American reality television series that appeared on A&E. It featured the life of Victoria Gotti, daughter of Mafia boss John Gotti, and her three sons; Carmine Agnello, Jr., John Gotti Agnello, and Frank Gotti Agnello.
The Growing Paynes is an American sitcom that aired on the DuMont Television Network.