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‘Til Death

'Til DeathNetwork: FOX
Episodes: 80 (half-hour)
Seasons: Four

TV show dates: September 7, 2006 – May 9, 2010
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Brad Garrett, Joely Fisher, Kat Foster, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Timm Sharp, J.B. Smoove, Nick Bakay, Lindsey Broad, Anthony Anderson, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Susan Yeagley, Krysten Ritter, Kevin Nealon, Martin Mull, Kate Micucci, Kym Whitley, and Laura Clery.

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TV show description:
Blissfully happy newlyweds Jeff and Steph Woodcock (Eddie Kaye Thomas and Kat Foster) move next door to jaded Eddie and Joy Stark (Brad Garrett and Joely Fisher) who have been married for 23 years and have a college-age daughter. The newlyweds get a surprising look at what their future might be while the Starks see what they’ve lost.

Eventually, the Woodcocks move away and Eddie befriends misfit divorce Kenny (J.B. Smoove) through the local Big Brother program. Kenny ends up getting kicked out of his apartment and Eddie invites him to stay with him and Joy at their house, much to Joy’s chagrin.

Later, the Starks’ daughter, Allison (Krysten Ritter, then Laura Clery, Lindsey Broad, and Kate Micucci) moves back home and lives with her slacker boyfriend/husband Doug Von Stuessen (Timm Sharp) in a trailer in their backyard.


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kathy January 20, 2013 at 7:06 pm

I watch it all the time evryday reruns on channel 23 dvr everyday i watch before I go to work in the morning. It’s really funny


Kathy December 1, 2012 at 1:36 pm

I’m not sure when it aired originally but I never miss the reruns. It is funny and entertaining; definitely not the actors that caused it’s demise. I beleive it would have done better on another network??


Jeremy Rynek November 7, 2010 at 2:26 pm

It was so freaking funny. The one F**k up factor that killed it, was getting rid of the Woodcocks PEROID. When you watch the original promos, it’s two married couples, newlyweds and not so newlyweds. Then out of nowhere, they fire the Woodcocks, then the show wasn’t as funny. That lost some of the audience. So in the end, it’s Fox’s fault it didn’t succeed. They cancel sitcom after sitcom and after this and Sons of Tucson, I’m done watching fox sitcoms. Nothing short of a miracle Raising hope got a full season order. But Running Wilded is very close to being axed. Fox you gave me hope and crushed it too many times. YOU GUYS SUCK!!!


Jamie January 24, 2013 at 3:10 am

I agree with you. the only shows I enjoy on Fox now are Raising Hope, The Simpsons, and that is it. It used to be the number one network in my mind when I would talk about my favorite shows but now….nope. They make new shows and throw them away faster than you have time to sit down for one episode of anything on there.


randy September 28, 2010 at 3:24 pm

you canceled the best show?i think thats a shame, try it agian please.//////////////////////////////////


Sheri May 19, 2010 at 7:29 am

this was one of the funniest shows I ever watched good fun I loved all the actors you are killing me with these choices,,,,,


Laura A. Kane June 20, 2010 at 4:54 pm

I really loved the show…Funny storyline!

They seemed to change the people who played different parts…but I thought it was really FUNNY!


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