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The Middle

A middle-class family tries to keep its collective head above water. 

Cast:
Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn, Charlie Mcdermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer, Chris Kattan

Crew:
Eileen Heisler (Executive Producer), Deann Heline (Executive Producer), Eileen Heisler (Writer), Deann Heline (Writer), Eileen Heisler (Director), Rich Dahm (Writer), Lee Shallat chemel (Director), Roy Brown (Writer), Blake Evans (Director), Tim Hobert (Writer), Danny Salles (Director), Jana Hunter (Writer), Mitch Hunter (Writer), Melissa Kosar (Director), Ilana Wernick (Writer), Katy Ballard (Writer), Phil Traill (Director), Robin Shorr (Writer), Clare Kilner (Director), Elliot Hegarty (Director), David Rosenthal (Writer), Ben Adams (Writer), John Putch (Director), Julie anne Robinson (Director), Alex Hardcastle (Director), Michael Saltzman (Writer), Stacey Pulwer (Writer), Vijal Patel (Writer), Jack Burditt (Writer), Eyal Gordin (Director), Ken Whittingham (Director), Rob Ulin (Writer), Adam Davidson (Director), Barnet Kellman (Director), Alex Reid (Director), Paul Lazarus (Director), Jamie Babbit (Director), Alex Reid (Writer), Wendey Stanzler (Director), Wendy Stanzler (Director), Bruce Rasmussen (Writer), Chris Koch (Director), Reginald Hudlin (Director), Michael Spiller (Director), Russ Woody (Writer), Gail Mancuso (Director)

9/2/15
09:00 PM
"Twenty Years"  Frankie worries Mike is tiring of her as their 20th anniversary draws close; Sue tries to get Axl and Brick's help planning a party for their parents; Axl spoils the end of a book for Brick.  (Repeat) HALL
9/2/15
09:30 PM
"Life Skills"  Axl feels embarrassed when he and Sue are asked to work on a school project together; Brick's school therapist tries to help him make friends.  (Repeat) HALL
9/2/15
10:00 PM
"One Kid at a Time"  When Frankie and Mike dedicate a day to each of their children, Axl takes them to a paintball range, Sue has them do 17 separate activities and Brick wants to go to a sci-fi convention.  (Repeat) HALL
9/2/15
10:30 PM
"The Friend"  Frankie tries to get Mike to spend time with a new neighbor who shares his interests; Sue demands a cheer-off between the Wrestlerettes and the cheerleaders.  (Repeat) HALL
9/3/15
09:00 AM
"The Award"  Frankie tries to persuade Mike to attend a dinner honoring his dedicated service at the quarry; Sue forms a plan to build connections between students; Axl hopes to track down a girl who left a message on his phone.  (Repeat) ABCF
9/3/15
02:00 PM
"Halloween IV: The Ghost Story"  Sue holds a seance with her friends; the football team stops Axl from attending the Halloween party in his room; the family tries to give Brick advice about girls.  (Repeat) ABCF
9/3/15
02:30 PM
"The Jump"  Frankie rescues a lost dog and takes solace in the unconditional love she receives; Sue surprises her parents when she makes the volleyball team; Axl asks Brick for help with school.  (Repeat) ABCF
9/3/15
09:00 PM
"The Smile"  Frankie and Mike worry that Axl may not get a sports scholarship; Sue's school science project involves smiling; Brick wants an iPad.  (Repeat) HALL
9/3/15
09:30 PM
"Valentine's Day IV"  Axl and his friends, Darrin and Sean, offer to help guys break up with their girlfriends; Sue's ex-boyfriend, Matt, invites her to a Valentine's Day dance at school; Mike accidentally sends a romantic text to a co-worker instead of to Frankie.  (Repeat) HALL
9/3/15
10:00 PM
"Winners and Losers"  Frankie is worried when Brick decides to go on a three-day school trip to Chicago; Sue wants to know if Darrin, one of Axl's friends, has feelings for her.  (Repeat) HALL
The Middle

Premise
In the Heck family, middle-age, middle-class, middle-America mom Frankie Heck (two-time Emmy winner Patricia Heaton) uses a sense of humor to try to steer her family through life's ups and downs as she tackles her career goals. Her unflappable husband, Mike (Neil Flynn), is a manager at the local quarry. Oldest son Axl is an obstinate young man; awkward daughter Sue cannot seem to find her niche -- despite much enthusiasm in her attempts -- and youngest son Brick is an unusual child whose best friend is his backpack.

Current cast
Patricia Heaton as Frankie Heck
Neil Flynn as Mike Heck
Charlie Mcdermott as Axl Heck
Eden Sher as Sue Heck
Atticus Shaffer as Brick Heck

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.