Jennifer Falls

Jennifer Falls TV show on TV LandNetwork: TV Land
Episodes: 10 (half-hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: June 4, 2014 — August 13, 2014
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Jaime Pressly, Dylan Gelula, Jessica Walter, Ethan Suplee, Nora Kirkpatrick, and Missi Pyle.

TV show description:      
This comedy series revolves around Jennifer Doyle (Jaime Pressly), a former high-powered executive who has fallen from grace and hit every bump on the way down to rock bottom.

With her teenage daughter Gretchen (Dylan Gelula) in tow, Jennifer moves back in with her meddling therapist mother Maggie (Jessica Walter) and takes a job in the bar owned by her good-natured (but often submissive) brother Wayne (Ethan Suplee) and his passive aggressive wife, Stephanie (Nora Kirkpatrick).

At the bar, Jennifer reunites with her former best friend Dina Simac (Missi Pyle) who turns out to be holding a grudge against her.

In the end, Jennifer realizes that she must reassess her life and decide how she wants to rebuild it.

Series Finale:     
Episode #10 — Jennifer’s Song
Adam asks Jennifer and Gretchen to move in with him, but Jennifer starts to suspect that her old flame might not be everything that he seems. Guest stars: Chris D’Elia, Jaime Moyer, Cleo King
First aired: August 13, 2014.


What do you think? Do you like the Jennifer Falls TV series? Do you think it should have been cancelled or renewed for a second season?

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  1. Kassandra walker says

    I thought this was a cute little comedy show. I could have watched a couple more seasons . Not bad at all.

  2. Cyn says

    I’m just finding out that Jennifer Falls was cancelled. And I am very disappointed. I thought it was a really good show and was looking forward to the second season. Tv Land really made a bad decision on this one.

  3. jack says

    This show should have been a winner, quality writing, great cast, and Jamie Pressly in the lead role. She was hilarious. One of the best comedic actresses to come along in years. Her ability to carry a scene and make it funny with only her facial expressions was masterful. Reminiscent of comic actors such as Don Knots. She has a great future and I look forward to seeing her again in future projects. This was just a shining example of weak management. Really sad.

  4. jack says

    These clowns would have cancelled Seinfeld. No vision. Now they can rerun Walker Texas Ranger…. haha!. Cancel the management that made this mindless decision.

  5. Janet says

    Seriously, this show shouldn’t have been cancelled. It had a great storyline. I was wondering what happened. The networks really don’t know when they have a really good show. My husband agrees.

  6. Weston says

    I am starting to think if a show doesn’t have that honey boo boo quality it is a failure. No longer about good entertaining shows. We know who runs tv programming! Oh and the overly talanted Kardaschunds…

  7. Ann Marie says

    I agree with Kris. Enough of the stupid reality shows. This show had promise and it gets taken off the air like everything else worth watching. I don’t see what the big attrsction is to the bachelor, but that show seems like its always on. I think the american public should have a choice as to what gets cancelled and what stays on the air. But who are we to judge?

  8. Kris says

    I really enjoyed the show. I wish you would allow it to continue. The cast was great and I thought they were really funny. I’m very disappointed. I’m watching an episode right now. I really wish good shows would stop getting cancelled and all the stupid scripted “reality” shows would go off the air.

  9. Jonathan says

    Please continue, don’t stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 I watched that from the beginning and love, love, love it. Maybe it should be aired on another day and time.

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