The Oranges

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"It's about to get juicy."
  • R
  • 2012
  • 5.8  (13,014)
  • 46

The television series entitled The Oranges is a comedy full of romantic scenes. It is centered on the lives and experiences of two families which are the Walling family and the Ostroff family. These two families both live in an area known as Orange Drive as neighbors. They enjoyed a mutual relationship and friendship such that the two families were really close. Things started changing when one of the daughters of the Ostroff family known as Nina decided to go back home. Nina had been away from her family for five years without communicating with them. The reason she decided to go home was because she had just suffered a breakup with her fiancé and being heartbroken she decided to go home and spend time with her family especially during Thanksgiving period. After Nina got home things started changing for both families. Her parents Oliver and Allison wanted her to develop a relationship and probably sometime later get married to the son of the Walling family known as Toby. Nina however was not interested in Toby as she was already attracted to someone else. She was attracted to David who was a family friend and very close to her parents. When Nina’s parents found out what was going on between her and David they were devastated. This relationship caused a lot of problems, disagreements and major misunderstandings between the two families. Nina’s closest friend Vanessa Walling was so disappointed in her. After sometime both families realized how much their relationship had strained, how the friendship they used to enjoy at first and had changed within a short while as a result of the situation. They then decided to make amends. The show was written by the joint efforts of Ian Helfer and Jay Reiss and directed by Julian Farino. It was edited by Jeffrey Werner and Carole Aykanian and distributed by ATO Pictures.

The Oranges
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The television series entitled The Oranges is a comedy full of romantic scenes. It is centered on the lives and experiences of two families which are the Walling family and the Ostroff family. These two families both live in an area known as Orange Drive as neighbors. They enjoyed a mutual relationship and friendship such that the two families were really close. Things started changing when one of the daughters of the Ostroff family known as Nina decided to go back home. Nina had been away from her family for five years without communicating with them. The reason she decided to go home was because she had just suffered a breakup with her fiancé and being heartbroken she decided to go home and spend time with her family especially during Thanksgiving period.

After Nina got home things started changing for both families. Her parents Oliver and Allison wanted her to develop a relationship and probably sometime later get married to the son of the Walling family known as Toby. Nina however was not interested in Toby as she was already attracted to someone else. She was attracted to David who was a family friend and very close to her parents.

When Nina’s parents found out what was going on between her and David they were devastated. This relationship caused a lot of problems, disagreements and major misunderstandings between the two families. Nina’s closest friend Vanessa Walling was so disappointed in her. After sometime both families realized how much their relationship had strained, how the friendship they used to enjoy at first and had changed within a short while as a result of the situation. They then decided to make amends.

The show was written by the joint efforts of Ian Helfer and Jay Reiss and directed by Julian Farino. It was edited by Jeffrey Werner and Carole Aykanian and distributed by ATO Pictures.

The Oranges is a 2012 comedy. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.8 and a MetaScore of 46.

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  • Release Date
    2012
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.8  (13,014)
  • Metascore
    46