Imaginary Mary: Season 1 (2017)


Season 1
Imaginary Mary

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Imaginary Mary's appealing cast is canceled out by uninspired material and a ridiculous premise whose deficiencies are compounded by an unfunny, ill-advised CGI creature.

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Critic Ratings: 22

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User Ratings: 48

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Air date: Apr 4, 2017

In the series premiere, a thirty something man's life turns to chaos when an imaginary friend he created as a child returns after he begins dating a divorced woman with three kids.

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Air date: Apr 4, 2017

Ben asks Alice to help him with her first mom-like task: picking up Bunny from dance class, causing Mary to discovers the simplest parental tasks are fraught with difficulty. Later: Ben is disappointed to learn Alice can't help with the kids anymore, but things change when Andy enlists Alice's help to overcome his fear of taking a driving test.

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Air date: Apr 11, 2017

Andy considers auditioning for the school musical, so Alice gets really involved and learns the emotional highs and lows of being a parent. Meanwhile, Dora creates her own feminist musical when she doesn't like the underlying message of Andy's show.

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Air date: Apr 18, 2017

Andy has a hard time finding a prom date while Dora keeps turning away a guy who persistently asks her, but Alice tries to convince her to go. Meanwhile, Ben struggles to deal with kids growing up and tries to scare away Dora's date.

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Air date: Apr 25, 2017

Alice wants to meet Ben's friends, but Ben is hesitant. Later: he makes a startling admission after devising a plan to impress her.

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Air date: May 2, 2017

Alice faces a dilemma after trying to connect with Dora and turns to Mary and Ben for help. Elsewhere: Ben tags along with Andy, which threatens Andy's unique identity.

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Air date: May 9, 2017

Ben's divorce hits trouble when his ex-wife meets Alice. Also: Alice tries to prove herself as a good influence for Dora, Andy and Bunny while Andy and Dora try to pit their parents against each other for their own benefit.

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Air date: May 16, 2017

In the season finale, Ben plans to propose to Mary, but his plan gets complicated after the ring disappears. Later: Alice takes matters into her own hands.

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Air date: May 30, 2017

In the season finale, Alice hosts a sleepover with help from Mary, but Ben is hesitant to go because he doesn't want to scare Alice with the kid's nightly rituals and lack of sleep.

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Tv Season Info

Jenna Elfman stars as workaholic career woman Alice in ABC's fantasy sitcom "Imaginary Mary." When Alice finds herself involved in an unexpected romantic entanglement that upends her extremely focused life, her childhood imaginary friend Mary (voice of Rachel Dratch) reenters her life and helps her cope with her fears and anxieties as she opens herself up to new possibilities and transitions into a new phase in her life. Also starring: Stephen Schneider and Erica Tremblay.

Cast & Crew

Jennifer Chu
Clara
Josh Hallem
Sauce Johnnie
Jilena Cori
Alice's Mother
Tanya Champoux
Friendly Mom
Richard O'Sullivan
Stacey's Dad
Beau Daniels
Elderly Husband
Bronwen Smith
Megan
Keanna Cloete-Senner
Girl Dancer 2
Evan Morash
Boy Dancer 2
Jamie Schneider
Alice (Age 18)
Adam F. Goldberg
Executive Producer
David Guarascio
Executive Producer
Doug Robinson
Executive Producer
Patrick Osborne
Executive Producer
Daniel Libman
Writer
Lev Spiro
Director
Paul Murphy
Director
Chris Bishop
Writer
Fred Goss
Director
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Audience Reviews for Imaginary Mary: Season 1

  • May 30, 2017
    This show was dead right out of the gate. Tired and unfunny with a bored cast on display.
  • May 15, 2017
    I think it's actually pretty funny. I thought I would hate it, but...it's okay. Give it a chance. :-)
  • May 02, 2017
    I enjoy the show and the premise of the show. It really didn't need the imaginary friend to be interesting. Just the discomfort of dating a guy with teenage kids is interesting enough.
  • Apr 11, 2017
    I love Jenna!! Show is great and I hope it keeps going strong.
  • Apr 05, 2017
    Let's ban ABC, Imaginary Mary is TV at its laziest.
  • Mar 30, 2017
    Oh my god I love the show it is a very good time and fun to watch it is hilarious and heartwarming gotta love it I love Mary yes she's not a good role model and uses adult subject matter and phrases like. Run kick him in the nuts and run. And I am alive as hell . But I do love it it's laugh out loud funny and cute and very good but I don't think it is suitable for smaller kids due to content listed above i do however think that it is a huge hit with the older kid's if you do let the younger set watch please watch this as a family and discuss the thing that are appropriate jokes and humor and what is not appropriate jokes and humor like I said it's a riot but it just may not be for everyone but I recommend it
  • Mar 29, 2017
    There's room for improvement so far. Imaginary Mary boosts some impressive CGI work and it has it's humorous moments, but sadly, the technology is buried underneath some less than likable characters and some dull, patchwork writing begging for some energy.

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