The New Adventures of Old Christine

 The New Adventures of Old Christine Network: CBS
Episodes: 88 (half-hour)
Seasons: Five

TV show dates: March 13, 2006 — May 12, 2010
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Clark Gregg, Hamish Linklater, Emily Rutherfurd, Tricia O’Kelley, Alex Kapp Horner, Trevor Gagnon, Wanda Sykes, Blair Underwood, Lily Goff, and Marissa Blanchard

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TV show description:
Christine Campbell (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is an insecure divorced mom and the co-owner of a women’s gym. She lives in an apartment with her son Richard “Ritchie” (Trevor Gagnon) and her sarcastic brother Matthew (Hamish Linklater).

Christine is doing her best trying to find her way as a single-mom and to keep up with everyone else around her — including the judgmental “mean-mommies” Lindsay and Marly (Alex Kapp Horner and Tricia O’Kelley) at her son’s private school, her friend Barb (Wanda Sykes), her ex-husband Richard (Clark Gregg), and his girlfriend, the “new” Christine (Emily Rutherford).

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9 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Martha says

    I enjoyed watching EVERY episode of, Christine’s show. Very bad call on CBS for canceling such a delightful prime time show.

  2. Tammy Milam says

    Just my opinion…but what is boring to one person may not be to another! :) I love Christine…my kids love it too.

  3. Jerry says

    Remember when Robin Williams said cocaine is God’s way of telling you you’re making too much money? In an similar vein, the fact that a boring piece of crap like this can last for five seasons, much less make it past the pilot episode, tells us that many of us have far too much leisure time on our hands.

  4. says

    Just watched the first show of this season. It is such a bad “wanna be” of “Reba”. Just doesn’t even come close. I love Julie Louis Dreyfus but the whole copycat concept is ridiculous.

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