Us & Them
|Us & Them|
|Based on||Gavin & Stacey
by James Corden and Ruth Jones
|Developed by||David J. Rosen|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||7 (list of episodes)|
|Distributor||Sony Pictures Television|
|Original network||M-Net (broadcast)
Us & Them is an American television series that was scheduled to premiere on Fox as a mid-season replacement in the 2013–14 season. On May 8, 2013, Fox placed a thirteen-episode order for the single-camera comedy. Based on the British series Gavin & Stacey created by James Corden and Ruth Jones, it was adapted to an American audience by David J. Rosen. On October 11, 2013, it was revealed that Fox had cut back the episode order to seven episodes. In summer 2014, Vulture revealed that Fox would not air the show. The series was first broadcast in South Africa on M-Net. All seven episodes were available on Korean major IPTV networks.
After a six-month-long online romance, Gavin, who lives in New York, and Stacey, who lives in Pennsylvania, decide to meet in person. Their crazy families and friends constantly interfere in their budding relationship, which becomes more of a challenge than living in different states.
- Jason Ritter as Gavin
- Alexis Bledel as Stacey
- Ashlie Atkinson as Nessa, Stacey's best friend
- Michael Ian Black as Brian, Stacey's uncle
- Dustin Ybarra as Chris "Archie" Archuletta
- Jane Kaczmarek as Pam
- Kurt Fuller as Michael
- Kerri Kenney-Silver as Gwen
- Aasif Mandvi as Dave Coaches, Nessa's ex and a security guard for the Dave Matthews Band
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Production code|
|1||"Pilot"||Michael Patrick Jann||David J. Rosen||100|
|A young couple trying to take their relationship to the next level must overcome their geographical differences as well as their eccentric group of friends and family.|
|2||"Crunch & Brunch"||Michael Patrick Jann||David J. Rosen||101|
|After Stacey causes an accident, her second date with Gavin is thrown off track. Their backup plan sparks an awkward introduction for their families.|
|3||"Snowmen & Wingmen"||Matt Sohn||Michael Glouberman||102|
|Gavin tries to win Gwen over by joining her for a karaoke night duet. Meanwhile, Michael and Pam argue over sex and widowhood.|
|4||"Together & Apart"||Michael Blieden||Andrew Gottlieb||103|
|On their first weekend apart, Gavin is having a boys' night out in New York with Archie, while Stacey and Nessa relive their favorite high school shenanigans back in Dillsburg.|
|5||"Corn & Cancer"||Jay Chandrasekhar||Mehar Sethi||104|
|Gwen runs a 5K in honor of her late husband and everyone turns out to support her. Stacey struggles with a secret she hasn't told Gavin.|
|6||"Coeds & Carburetors"||Tricia Brock||Margee Magee & Angeli Millan||105|
|Gavin and Stacey accompany Archie on a quest for his lost love. Nessa deals with her dad while Pam finds a date for Gwen.|
|7||"Upstairs & Downstairs"||Scott Ellis||Nancy Fichman & Jennifer Hoppe||106|
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- Andreeva, Nellie (October 11, 2013). "Fox Cuts Back Order For Us & Them". Deadline. Retrieved December 22, 2013.
- "Showatch for Us & Them". The Futon Critic. Retrieved December 22, 2013.
- Adalian, Josef. "Fox Won't Even Burn Off Episodes of Us & Them". Vulture. Retrieved June 10, 2014.
- "New In September". Retrieved September 5, 2014.
- Andreeva, Nellie (August 23, 2013). "Aasif Mandvi & Michael Ian Black Join New Fox Series ‘Us & Them’". Deadline.com. Retrieved August 24, 2013.
- United States Copyright Office, Sony Pictures
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