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. Anonymous says

    I thought it had possibilities, but as usual, the premise quickly goes to the sex lives of all involved. Who cares? Color me old fashioned, but a lot of us would like comedy without the sexual innuendo! Actually, it isn’t even sexual innuendo, too blatant to be called innuendo. I watched two or three episodes. No more for me.

  2. Zup says

    Yawn zzzzzzz. If this stay s after happily divorced was canceled there is something wrong. Dull even hot in Cleveland can’t get it an audience.

  3. Fandango says

    This show needs work. Like some funny lines. Too much is devoted to Jennifer (Jamie Pressley) mugging for the camera. Not funny. And WHEN is the talented Jessica Walter EVER going to appear in a hit show? The last one before this one was also not funny. She is underutilized and I think drama is more her forte anyway. There are weak characters such as the wimpy brother and his obnoxious wife, and Jennifer’s friend who seems like a total tramp. Again, this show need a lot of work and revamping if it’s going to make it. Otherwise, it’s rather a waste of time.

  4. Natalie says

    I love Jennifer falls it’s light hearted and funny :) also love the cast please keep the series and bring out more :)

  5. Mel B says

    I think it’s a cute show. I’ll support and watch a scripted sitcom any day, than have to slog through another “reality” saga.

  6. azblondi420 says

    this is absolutely the worst show I’ve ever seen they should cancel it now it’s just a waste of time when will they be cancelling it does anybody know

  7. Sunshine says

    This show sucks! Stupid fake smiles and stupid mouth gestures by Jennifer falls.
    Her teeth are so fake she can’t talk properly. Dumb comedy. PLEASE PKEASE CANCEL!!!

    • Bob Morris says

      This show is absolutely horrible .Jennifer Falls and her fake elf like smile and those eyes bugging out of her head , Hate, Hate, Hate this waste of time show.

      • DeDe says

        I think this show is pretty good. Jamie Pressly is funny and witty.
        The cast is solid. If you hate it so much, then don’t watch it. SIMPLE.
        But if you keep dissing the show without giving any intelligent feedback, maybe it’s because you auditioned and didn’t get cast or something?

  8. says

    Jennifer Falls seriously made me laugh my face off. Seriously. So watch it if you don’t like your face so much, okay?
    DeDe W. :)

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