Family Ties: Season 7 Reviews

  • May 28, 2018

    Wonderfully warm and funny. It is the Reagan-era 1980s. Steven and Elyse Keaton are happily married with three children – Alex, Mallory and Jennifer. While Stephen and Elyse were hippies in the 60s, their children have turned out quite differently: Alex is a die-hard Reagan supporter, Mallory cares more about fashion than politics and Jennifer is very studious. Despite their differences they’re one big happy family, sharing life’s ups and downs, heartaches and laughs. Wonderfully warm and funny. Great comedy that takes a swipe at all sides of the political spectrum, and does so very warmly. The warmth transfers to the characters as you feel a genuine engagement with the family. It’s not all laughs – there’s some great human drama, filled with many emotional moments. Superb series.

    Wonderfully warm and funny. It is the Reagan-era 1980s. Steven and Elyse Keaton are happily married with three children – Alex, Mallory and Jennifer. While Stephen and Elyse were hippies in the 60s, their children have turned out quite differently: Alex is a die-hard Reagan supporter, Mallory cares more about fashion than politics and Jennifer is very studious. Despite their differences they’re one big happy family, sharing life’s ups and downs, heartaches and laughs. Wonderfully warm and funny. Great comedy that takes a swipe at all sides of the political spectrum, and does so very warmly. The warmth transfers to the characters as you feel a genuine engagement with the family. It’s not all laughs – there’s some great human drama, filled with many emotional moments. Superb series.