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      South of Nowhere

      TV-PG 2005 - 2008 3 Seasons Drama LGBTQ+ List
      Reviews When the Carlin family moves from a small town in Ohio to Los Angeles because of mom Paula getting a new job, it takes them a while to adjust to the lifestyle shift. Complicating the adjustment for teenage daughter Spencer is her struggle with her sexual orientation. Her older brother, Glen, was once a budding basketball star, but an injury derails his hoops dreams and leads to erratic behavior. Dad Arthur also has difficulty adapting to big-city life after being a "hero" social worker in Ohio. As with many teen-oriented shows, "South of Nowhere" deals with real-world issues, including racism, drugs, underage drinking, teen pregnancy and domestic violence. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Seasons

      Season 1 2005 Details Season 2 2006 Details Season 3 2007 Details

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      Synopsis When the Carlin family moves from a small town in Ohio to Los Angeles because of mom Paula getting a new job, it takes them a while to adjust to the lifestyle shift. Complicating the adjustment for teenage daughter Spencer is her struggle with her sexual orientation. Her older brother, Glen, was once a budding basketball star, but an injury derails his hoops dreams and leads to erratic behavior. Dad Arthur also has difficulty adapting to big-city life after being a "hero" social worker in Ohio. As with many teen-oriented shows, "South of Nowhere" deals with real-world issues, including racism, drugs, underage drinking, teen pregnancy and domestic violence.
      Executive Producer
      Tommy Lynch
      Network
      Nick Jr.
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Drama, LGBTQ+
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Nov 4, 2005