Still Standing

Still StandingNetwork: CBS
Episodes: 88 (half-hour)
Seasons: Four

TV show dates: September 30, 2002 — March 8, 2006
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Mark Addy, Jami Gertz, Jennifer Irwin, Taylor Ball, Renee Olstead, Soleil Borda, Joel Murray, Sally Struthers, David Koechner and Lauren Schaffel

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TV show description:
Blue-collar couple Bill and Judy Miller (Mark Addy & Jami Gertz) are trying to raise their three children to be responsible while holding onto their own carefree ways.

Eldest Brian (Taylor Ball) spends all of his free time studying while teenage daughter Lauren (Renee Olstead) is smart but would rather spend her time with the popular crowd at school. Second grader Tina (Soleil Borda) is often seen as naive but in truth, she’s the most clever of them all.

Series Finale:     
Episode 88 – Still Graduating
Bill and Judy plan to expand their bedroom into Brian’s once he’s graduated from high school and moves out. Unfortunately, Brian gets the impression his parents have split up and become swinging singles.
First aired: March 8, 2006


What happened next?   
There’s been no news of plans to revive the series.


Behind the Scenes

Still Standing ranked 19th in the ratings for its first year but fell to 93rd for its fourth. The series was cancelled due to low viewership (an average of seven million).
In the final episode, as Bill and Judy move Brian’s dresser, they comment that it hasn’t been moved in 15 years. However in the first episode, Brian has a different dresser.
All 88 episodes begin with the word “still” in the title.

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3 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Bill Tozzo says

    Still standing was one of my favorite shows ever. Jamie was the bomb. The whole cast was perfect for that premise. I felt so bad when jamie showed up onthat stupid alien show. But it was great to see her on modern family for an episode. Miss you jamie.

  2. Brad D says

    It was as awesome and amazing show. Every episode from beginning to end kept me laughing. The should never have canceled it.

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