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  • Series Premiere Date: Sep 17, 2002
  • Season #: 1 , 2
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  • Starring: David Alan Grier, Mark Derwin, Marianne Muellerleile
  • Summary: The series focuses on Bonnie Molloy (Bonnie Hunt), a woman who juggles the roles of wife, mother and host of the local morning talk show Morning Chicago. In the series, Hunt's improvisational skills shine during unscripted interviews with real life guests (non-actors) of "Morning Chicago."The cast includes a gifted David Alan Grier as David Bellows, the producer who struggles with the daily challenge of Bonnie; the makeup artist Holly (Holly Wortell); the cue card guy Marv (Chris Barnes); Anthony Russell portrays Tony Russo, Bonnie's sidekick piano player who comes straight to her show from his Vegas lounge act.At home, Gloria (Marianne Muellerleile) is a houseguest more than a housekeeper; Bonnie's husband, Mark (Mark Derwin), is a hard-working family practice doctor who does his best to survive life with Bonnie.Together they are raising two young children Charlie (Charlie Stewart) and infant Connor, as Bonnie creatively balances family commitment and career obligations using sincerity and humor. ABC Broadcast History
    Sept 2002 - Oct 2002......Tues 8:30
    Oct 2002 - Mar 2003........Tues 9:00
    Jul 2003 - Sept 2003.......Tues 8:30
    Sept 2003 - Jul 2004.......Fri 9:30
    (Simulcast in HDTV)
  • Genre(s): Comedy
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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  3. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Reviewed by: Ken Tucker
    Jun 14, 2013
    Life With Bonnie teems with so much clever give-and-take and nonstop action it feels as if each half hour is going to burst.
  2. Reviewed by: Terry Kelleher
    Jun 28, 2013
    What do you get by combining a fairly traditional family comedy with a less barbed version of The Larry Sanders Show? This interesting, if not wholly successful, hybrid.