Related is an American comedy-drama series that aired on The WB network during the 2005-2006 television season. It revolved around the lives of four close-knit sisters - of Italian descent, raised in Brooklyn - living in New York City. The show was created by former Sex and the City writer Liz Tuccillo, and executive produced by Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman. Despite heavy promotion, initial ratings did not warrant the show being picked up for a second season when The WB network was folded into The CW.

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  • Related ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die von Oktober 2005 bis März 2006 vom US-Fernsehnetwork The WB erstausgestrahlt wurde. Im Zentrum stehen vier Schwestern mit italienischen Wurzeln, deren Mutter früh starb. Sie wurden von ihrem Vater in Brooklyn aufgezogen und wohnen noch in New York City. Die Serie ist ein Genremix aus Komödie und Drama. Hinter der Serie stehen große Namen, wie Liz Tuccillo (Drehbuchschreiberin von Sex and the City) und Marta Kauffman (Koproduzentin von Friends). (de)
  • Related is an American comedy-drama series that aired on The WB network during the 2005-2006 television season. It revolved around the lives of four close-knit sisters - of Italian descent, raised in Brooklyn - living in New York City. The show was created by former Sex and the City writer Liz Tuccillo, and executive produced by Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman. Despite heavy promotion, initial ratings did not warrant the show being picked up for a second season when The WB network was folded into The CW. The untitled Related theme song is sung by The Veronicas, whose music was regularly featured in episodes. (en)
  • Related est une série télévisée américaine en 18 épisodes de 52 minutes, créée par Liz Tuccillo et diffusée entre le 5 octobre 2005 et le 20 mars 2006 sur The WB. En France, le premier épisode de la série a été diffusée le 5 juin 2009 sur Série Club dans les Screenings 2009. (fr)
  • Related fue una comedia dramática estadounidense que se emitió por la WB Television Network durante la temporada 2005-2006. Trata de la vida de cuatro hermanas muy unidas, italianas aunque criadas en Brooklyn, que viven en la ciudad de Nueva York. La serie fue producida por Liz Tucillo, ex-escritora de Sex and the City y su productora ejecutiva fue Marta Kauffman, la cocreadora de Friends. A pesar de haber ascendido, los ratings iniciales no garantizaron a la serie una segunda temporada cuando la WB networks se fusionó con la CW. (es)
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  • Lhasa Love
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  • L-R: Marjee, Ginnie, Rose, Ann
  • The Sorelli sisters
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  • United States
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  • Ginnie and Bob are trying hard not to have sex, on the advice of Ginnie's doctor. Rose is considering having sex. Marjee tells her, "it's good, have it". Ginnie and Ann later give Rose different advice. After a horrible date with someone close to her own age, Ann decides to have sex with Zach, who is Rose's age.
  • Ginnie and Bob, who are still having problems, go to Cape Cod for a weekend at the Tide Inn, which Renee's son, Patrick, half owns. Jason gets evicted from his apartment by Trish, from whom he sublet it, so Marjee and Jason move in with Ann, who doesn't like the arrangement at all. Marjee learns that none of the other sisters like Jason. Rose, who has finally realized that she is in love with Joel, learns that Chloe is throwing a birthday party for him. Chloe reluctantly invites Rose who reluctantly goes and proceeds to get drunk and kiss Joel. Meanwhile, Joe has told Ginnie that he wants to sell the deli and move to Cape Cod permanently, so Ginnie starts a phone chain. Ann, Rose and Marjee drive up to Cape Cod intent on talking Joe out of moving but the four sisters have a change of heart and give their blessing to the move.
  • Series finale: As the four Sorelli sisters help Joe pack for his move to the cape, they find a curious love note from Marjee's former piano teacher, Nino Rosati, to their mother, Francesca. The relationship between Bob and Ginnie continues to be difficult. Bob tells Ginnie that he is considering taking a job as a sound engineer on Jack Johnson's tour. The opening act is none other than Bob's former girlfriend, Kylie Stewart. Ginnie, who is handling details of the sale of the deli, finds herself attracted to a male colleague who is handling things for the buyer. Ann is stuck with the job of taking care of Joe who hurt his back picking up a bag of bird seed. Marjee has misgivings about Jason's suggestion that they get an apartment together. When Rose goes to Joel's dorm room to apologize for getting drunk and kissing him, she learns that Chloe has broken up with him. Joel blames Rose. -- The sisters find another note from Nino to Francesca - and a key to Nino's hotel room. While wondering if their mother had an affair, the sisters conclude that it's important for a person to go after what they really want. Rose goes to Joel's dorm room to make love to him. Ann goes to talk to Danny. Marjee tells Jason that things aren't going to work out because she wants more than what they have. Ginnie, who has gone to her colleague's apartment and kissed him, realizes that an affair is not what she wants and rushes home to Bob - only to find that Bob has left and gone on tour.
  • Ginnie is avoiding Bob who is worried they'll turn out like his parents, who ignore each other. Bob and Ginnie's marriage seems to be breaking up. Danny is having a hard time accepting that Ann never told him that she had an abortion. Jason convinces Marjee to go into business with him but Trish has blackballed them with all the suppliers. Marjee kidnaps Trish's dog and uses the dog to blackmail Trish. Rose and Joel are hanging around together. When Joel's girlfriend, Chloe, finds out, she puts a stop to it.
  • Ginnie brings home a lost dog and treats the dog better than she treats Bob. Ann, who has a lot of time on her hands since she and Danny split up again, tries to help Bob pick out a birthday gift for Ginnie, but Bob doesn't really want any help. Marjee starts to think that Jason might be "the one" but gets suspicious when he gets calls from another woman. After Marjee kisses her old friend PJ, she starts to wonder if her relationship with Jason is doomed because neither she nor Jason is trustworthy. Rose befriends Joel's girlfriend, Chloe, and ends up at a restaurant with Joel, Chloe and Joel's roommate. When Joel and Rose decide to split their orders, Chloe freaks out and Rose realises that she has feelings for Joel.
  • Marjee tries to teach Ginnie how to drive. Joe asks Ann to talk to the emotionally troubled Renée. Rose's long time best friend, Joel, is jealous of the attention she gives to her new boyfriend, Alex.
  • Ginnie and Bob argue over whether Ann should be the guardian of their child in the event they both die. Ann has misgivings about her relationship with Zach. Marjee is tired of having a secret relationship with Jason. Joel tells Rose he won't be the best friend any longer.
  • Rose get the major role on Alex's play, but whens she realizes that she'll have to do a "nude scene" with him on it, she decides not to invite her father and Renée to see it.
  • Ginnie goes to the recording studio where Bob works and runs into Kylie, Bob's old girlfriend. Kylie later pays a surprise visit to Ginnie's office. Ann arranges for Marco to talk to Danny about a business deal. Marco tells Ann that he wants a serious relationship. Marjee and Jason come up with a plan to leave Trish but Jason doesn't go through with it. Rose plans to sleep with Alex but is still thinking about Joel.
  • Ginnie gets Bob to admit he's attracted Kylie. Kylie moves out of the loft and back to a hotel. Ann meets Marco a couple of times at Sorelli's Deli and considers getting serious with him. Marjee's quits her job, breaks up with Jason and moves in with Ann who she says is her favorite sister. Joe Sorelli is cool when he finds Alex in Rose's dorm room but not cool when his little girl brings Alex home for dinner.
  • Bob has waited to the last minute to tell Ginnie that his parents will be visiting for Christmas. Ginnie is hurt by the icy cold treatment she gets from Bob's mother. Ann is in an awkward situation knowing the big secret that Renée is keeping from Joe. Marjee continues her relationship with her boss' boyfriend, Jason. Rose isn't sure whether a present she receives is from Alex or Joel.
  • Ann is depressed and suffering over her breakup with Danny. Ginnie goes to Danny's restaurant to talk to him but it only makes matters worse. Ann is furious at Ginnie for butting in. Meanwhile, Marjee is beginning to think that her new job is the job from hell and Rose's punky roommate, Flash, makes fun of her in front of their acting class. Rose tries to change rooms but can't, so she and Joel dig up dirt on Flash to put her in her place.
  • Ginnie and Bob try to do all the things they won't be able to do after the baby arrives. On a visit to the Empire State Building, Ginnie learns that Bob is deathly afraid of heights. Meanwhile, Ann is in denial about the fact that she and Danny are breaking up. Marjee has moved back in with her father and is annoyed that his fiancée, Renée, gets up way too early in the morning and is way too cheerful. Rose, now majoring in experimental theater, worries that her father will stop paying for her education.
  • Ann and Danny are back together. Both Marjee and Rose are without boyfriends. When problems with Ginnie's pregnancy worsen, Bob takes her to the hospital where she eventually loses the baby. Nobody knows how to get in touch with Joe who is on his honeymoon, so Marjee breaks into Trish's office in an effort to find out. Trish catches her and throws her out but Jason surprises Marjee when he turns up at the hospital with the information she was looking for. Rose is surprised when Joel appears at the hospital and later is surprised again when she learns that Joel has a girlfriend. Danny is stunned when Ann tells him a secret she kept from him for the six years they were together.
  • Joe and Renee are getting married. After Ginnie is told by her doctor to get complete bed rest, Bob tries to find a way to keep her from missing the wedding. When Ann learns that Danny isn't planning to go, she convinces him that he should. Danny arrives at the wedding alone, having just had an argument with Megan. Ann is with Marco but pays more attention to Danny. Marjee gets annoyed at Renee's son, Patrick, when he announces a gift that is similar to the gift that the Sorelli sisters are planning to give. Rose is with Alex but Alex seems more interested in his acting career than in being with Rose.
  • While preparing a Thanksgiving dinner, the sisters reminisce about their mother, Francesca , who died of cancer. Their father's fiancee´, Renee, tries to help with the dinner but the girls are annoyed by almost everything she does.
  • As the four sisters watch their father's deli over the weekend as he goes on a vacation with Renée, Ann tires to get over Danny, Ginnie and Marjee fight over responsibility and Rose questions her decision to change majors.
dbp:title
  • Francesca
  • London Calling
  • The Move
  • Daddy's Little Girl
  • The Naked Truth
  • Not Without My Daughter
  • The Cape
  • Driving Miss Crazy
  • Cry Me A Sister
  • Hang in There, Baby
  • Have Yourself a Sorelli Little Christmas
  • Hello, Deli
  • Here's a Balloon For You
  • His Name is Ruth
  • Sex and the Sisters
  • Sisters are Forever
  • The Godmother
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  • Related ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die von Oktober 2005 bis März 2006 vom US-Fernsehnetwork The WB erstausgestrahlt wurde. Im Zentrum stehen vier Schwestern mit italienischen Wurzeln, deren Mutter früh starb. Sie wurden von ihrem Vater in Brooklyn aufgezogen und wohnen noch in New York City. Die Serie ist ein Genremix aus Komödie und Drama. Hinter der Serie stehen große Namen, wie Liz Tuccillo (Drehbuchschreiberin von Sex and the City) und Marta Kauffman (Koproduzentin von Friends). (de)
  • Related est une série télévisée américaine en 18 épisodes de 52 minutes, créée par Liz Tuccillo et diffusée entre le 5 octobre 2005 et le 20 mars 2006 sur The WB. En France, le premier épisode de la série a été diffusée le 5 juin 2009 sur Série Club dans les Screenings 2009. (fr)
  • Related fue una comedia dramática estadounidense que se emitió por la WB Television Network durante la temporada 2005-2006. Trata de la vida de cuatro hermanas muy unidas, italianas aunque criadas en Brooklyn, que viven en la ciudad de Nueva York. La serie fue producida por Liz Tucillo, ex-escritora de Sex and the City y su productora ejecutiva fue Marta Kauffman, la cocreadora de Friends. A pesar de haber ascendido, los ratings iniciales no garantizaron a la serie una segunda temporada cuando la WB networks se fusionó con la CW. (es)
  • Related is an American comedy-drama series that aired on The WB network during the 2005-2006 television season. It revolved around the lives of four close-knit sisters - of Italian descent, raised in Brooklyn - living in New York City. The show was created by former Sex and the City writer Liz Tuccillo, and executive produced by Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman. Despite heavy promotion, initial ratings did not warrant the show being picked up for a second season when The WB network was folded into The CW. (en)
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  • Related (en)
  • Related (es)
  • Related (fr)
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