Retired at 35

Retired at 35Network: TV Land
Episodes: 20 (half-hour)
Seasons: Two

TV show dates: January 19, 2011 — August 29, 2012
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: George Segal, Johnathan McClain, Josh McDermitt, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Jessica Walter, Marissa Jaret Winokur, George Wyner, Peter Bonerz, Christine Ebersole, John Ross Bowie, and Danneel Ackles.
TV show description:      
While visiting his parents at a retirement home in Florida, successful New York executive David Robbins (Johnathan McClain) decides that he’s had enough of the rat race. He drops everything and moves in with them in an attempt to reconnect with them, re-evaluate his life, and live the dream of retirement that so many others spend a lifetime chasing.

Of course, the transition doesn’t go as smoothly as he expects. The move prompts his parents Alan (George Segal) and Elaine Robbins (Jessica Walter) to make an unexpected life decision as well — she wants a divorce. David tries to help them but ends up in the middle for numerous uncomfortable situations.

David’s bubbly and sarcastic sister, Amy (Marissa Jaret Winokur), doesn’t end up helping very much.

Series Finale:     
Episode #20 — My Best Friend’s Wedding
Amy discovers that Jared wanted to marry her to get his green card to avoid being deported to Canada. She asks Brandon for advice and realizes that he’s in love with her.
First aired: August 29, 2012


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    Has TVLand lost its mind? Season 2 of Retired at 35 is a KEEPER for a Season 3. At least that’s what my almost 3,000 Facebook, Twitter, and email friends and associates think you should do. Should we send TV Land a SIGNED PETITION TO KEEP THIS REALLY HILARIOUS SHOW ON THE AIR?

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