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Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers

 

Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers

Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers
Distributed by Warner Bros. Television
Directed by Joanna Kerns
Produced by C. Robert Holloway
Written by Christina Lynch
Loren Segan
Starring Alan Thicke
Joanna Kerns
Kirk Cameron
Tracey Gold
Jeremy Miller
Ashley Johnson
Chelsea Noble
Music by Kenneth Burgomaster
Editing by Micky Blythe
Country United States
Language English
Original channel ABC
Release date

Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers (also known as Growing Pains II: Home Equity[1]) is a 2004 American television film that first aired on ABC October 16, 2004.[1] It is the story of the modern-day Seaver family, from the 1985–92 television series, Growing Pains.

Plot

Now that Seaver children are out of the house, the Seaver parents, Jason and Maggie, attempt to sell their house, because they want to retire. They both have their own idea about what they want to do after the sale; Jason wants to buy an RV and travel the country, but Maggie wants to purchase an Italian villa. Ben is the real estate agent who is closing the sale, much to the delight of his new boss. Mike and Carol, however, are very much against it, and have both returned to the Seaver house, each with issues in their own lives that they are trying to sort out. On top of all this, Chrissy, now an aspiring rock singer, has also returned to the Seaver house, looking for a place to come to after having been evicted from her apartment and needing a place to crash while looking for gigs.

Cast

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Fandango.com
  • TV Guide
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