My Generation

Series Summary
A documentary crew followed students of the Greenbelt High School class of 2000 as they prepared for graduation. Returning to their hometown in Austin, Texas, 10 years later with the same filmmakers in tow, the former classmates realize that even though life after high school didn't pan out exactly as they had planned, it's not too late to make the most of it.

Air Dates: 2010 - Present

Genres: Drama

Network: ABC

  • Season 1, Ep. 2 : Home MoviesSep 30, 2010

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    Steven finds his footing as father to his 9-year-old son; Dawn opens up about her family; Rolly, in Afghanistan, misses the big moments in Dawn's pregnancy.

  • Season 1, Ep. 1 : PilotSep 23, 2010

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    A documentary crew documents the lives of members of a Texas high school class 10 years after graduation; overachiever Steven returns home after learning he has a 9-year-old son with a former classmate.

  • Season 1, Ep. 8 : What Comes Next

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    Jackie's affair goes public.

  • Season 1, Ep. 7 : Homecoming

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    Jackie and Anders throw a party for Rolly.

  • Season 1, Ep. 6 : On the Road

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    The story of how Anders and Jackie reconnected.

ratings & reviews

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  • There is absolutely no reason-other than the sheer good-lookingness of My Generation's cast-to tune into the show. Still, we are rooting for creator Noah Hawley (The Unusuals, Bones) to drag this one out of the mire. Show More

  • Of the three terrible new shows debuting Thursday night, the ABC drama My Generation is the most disappointing....the execution is just awful--leaden and predictable and eyeroll-inducing at nearly every turn. Show More

  • It doesn't sound great on paper: A documentary film crew interviewed a "Breakfast Club"-type group of high school seniors, and now is revisiting them to see how their lives have changed in the 10 years since. It would be interesting if it were real; it's not. Nonetheless, I got drawn into the 3 star drama--because, believe me, these kids have changed. Show More

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