Unfabulous

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  • TV-G
  • 2004
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.2  (3,686)

Unfabulous was a television show that aired on Nickelodeon between 2004 and 2007. The show starred Emma Roberts as the main character, Addie Singer, and followed her life as a middle school student. The show was targeted towards a young audience and dealt with themes such as friendship, self-esteem, and growing up.

Addie Singer was a normal middle school student who navigated the ups and downs of adolescence with her group of friends. She had a passion for writing and music and often wrote her own songs, which were featured throughout the show. Addie faced many setbacks and obstacles in her life, but always managed to maintain a positive attitude and learned important life lessons along the way.

The show also focused on Addie's relationships with her family, particularly with her mother and father, played by Molly Hagan and Markus Flanagan respectively. Addie's parents were supportive and involved in her life but also provided comedic relief with their quirky personalities.

Addie's best friends, Geena Fabiano and Zack Carter-Schwartz, were played by Malese Jow and Jordan Calloway respectively. Geena was Addie's best friend since childhood and was a loyal confidant who always had Addie's back. Zack was a close friend of Addie's with whom she had a romantic relationship at one point during the show.

Another notable character in the show was Ben Singer, played by Tadhg Kelly. Ben was Addie's little brother and was often a source of annoyance for Addie, but they had a close relationship nonetheless. Ben often provided comedic relief with his amusing antics.

The show also featured a variety of guest stars throughout its run, including Emma Degerstedt and Chelsea Tavares. Emma played Maris, a pop star whom Addie looked up to and eventually got the chance to perform with. Chelsea played Cranberry St. Claire, a popular girl at Addie's school who often caused conflict for Addie and her friends.

Throughout the show's run, Addie dealt with a number of relatable issues such as navigating middle school social hierarchies, dealing with crushes, and learning to be comfortable in her own skin. The show struck a chord with audiences and was praised for its relatable characters and storylines.

Overall, Unfabulous was a heartwarming and funny show that tackled important themes that resonate with young audiences. The show's relatable characters and storylines made it a hit with audiences and helped launch Emma Roberts' acting career.

Unfabulous is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (45 episodes). The series first aired on September 12, 2004.

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Seasons
The Test
5. The Test
December 9, 2007
Addie's dream of becoming a school reporter is ruined by Ben who shows up to sell smoothies, so Addie decides to do whatever it takes to get him off campus and out of her life once and for all.
The Quest
4. The Quest
December 2, 2007
It's career week, and Addie feels discouraged that she will never be able to hold a job after she was fired from her work assignment.
The Guilt Trip
3. The Guilt Trip
November 18, 2007
Having caused Maris' injury while on a balance beam, Addie is forced to help her win a beauty contest.
The Birthday
2. The Birthday
November 11, 2007
A letter, written by Addie when she was only seven years old, throws her birthday plans for a loop.
The L Bomb
1. The L Bomb
November 4, 2007
Did Jake really say "I love you?" What should Addie do? Say she loves him back or pretend she didn't hear anything? Addie thought she herd Jake say I love you to her at the carnival, so she begins to do really weird things.
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Where to Watch Unfabulous
Unfabulous is available for streaming on the Nickelodeon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Unfabulous on demand at Amazon, Microsoft Movies & TV and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 12, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (3,686)