Excellent, Without a doubt!!
It is an exhilarating, distressing, funny and profound film, with one of the more memorable film scores in years,
I've watched up to 8th season of the middle with my wife & we've become like part of the Heck family.
It's full of values and nice life events, describes an ordinary family perfectly, and most importantly it's funny.I like it & encourage to watch especially as a family series.
I've watched every single episode and this show has been with me through so many developments in my life, from starting a new career, a relationship to marriage to the end of the relationship. It has been like a family friend that I could go visit once a week to escape and have a good laugh and feel good about life. I will miss Mike, Frankie, Axl, Sue and Brick. God bless!
It was one worthy show. It's been long years with you guys. I am kind of sad.Best wishes from Germany.
Most sitcoms in recent times are unfunny and banal but I found a few I liked. And this was one of the more recent ones I enjoyed. I know liking this show now makes me a late bloomer but I will watch reruns when they come on another network. Like Malcolm in the Middle there is no laugh track but it doesn't have to have one. It's just a neat dysfunctional family with a father, a mother, their two sons, and their daughter. The youngest (and younger son) is also Ono the cattle egret from The Lion Guard. He's also a whiz kid with a serious view of the world. Next week will be the series finale and I intend to watch the whole thing. The best part about The Middle is that there are no drugs, no sexual acts, or alcohol. What a change! It makes the show a little more family-friendly. I can't help but wonder what's next for the stars. I'll still watch Brick Heck (Atticus Schaffer) as Ono on The Lion Guard. That'll be on for a while.