The series chronicles the daily life of Katie Otto, an average wife and mother who tries to stand out among the more wealthy, arrogant housewives and their privileged children in her hometown of Westport, Connecticut. She lives with Greg, her level-headed husband and a university professor, and their three children. Taylor is their athletic oldest daughter who wants to fit in with her peers; Oliver, their savvy and snarky son, is the middle child; and Anna-Kat, sweet but obsessive-compulsive, is the youngest and Katie's blatant favorite.
During the blind auditions, the decisions from the musician coaches are based solely on voice and not on looks. The coaches hear the artists perform, but they don't get to see them - thanks to rotating chairs. If a coach is impressed by the artist's voice, he/she pushes a button to select the artist for his/her team. At this point, the coach's chair will swivel so that he/she can face the artist he/she has selected. If more than one coach pushes his/her button, the power then shifts to the artists to choose which coach they want to work with. If no coach pushes his/her button, the artist is eliminated from the competition.
I have no idea who is going to win! They are all SO good! Chris, Jesse and Brennley are my favorites!
Four friends band together against an anonymous foe who threatens to reveal their darkest secrets, while unraveling the mystery of the murder of their best friend.
An American cooking competition for kids ages 8-13
The series begins with an eerie narration by John Rayburn: "Sometimes you know something’s coming. You can feel it. In the air. In your gut. And you don’t sleep at night. The voice in your head is telling you that something is going to go terribly wrong and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. That’s how I felt when my brother came home."
A recently widowed sheriff buries his pain behind his dedication to his job and community.