We’re in the thick of it. Pop has renewed its Unusually Thicke TV series for a second season. This reality sitcom stars Alan Thicke, his wife Tanya Callau, and son Carter Thicke, as themselves.
Guests in the first season included other Thicke family members, including Robin Thicke, as well as Thicke’s Growing Pains co-stars Joanna Kerns, Tracey Gold, and Jeremy Miller also appeared.
Here’s more, excerpted from Pop’s multi-subject press release:
UNUSUALLY THICKE: A reality sitcom starring the real life modern family – Alan Thicke (“Growing Pains”) along with his sassy wife Tanya and fun-loving teenage son Carter – will return on Pop in Fall 2016. Season two of UNUSUALLY THICKE will include 14 episodes featuring buzzworthy storylines and appearances from Alan’s celebrity friends, including Lou Ferrigno, Wayne Brady, Cedric the Entertainer, Lance Bass, Russell Peters, Kato Kaelin, Jon Dore, Dave Foley, Alex Trebek, Cat Cora and Robin Thicke. UNUSUALLY THICKE is produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment.
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Did you watch the first season of Pop’s Unusually Thicke TV show? Do you plan to tun in for the second season? Is it the promise of Kato Kaelin that will get you to watch? Let us know, below.