Season 2

Rating  :  

6.6

Duration  :  

22m

21 Episodes

Cast: Emily Osment, Aimee Carrero, Kym Whitley, Jonathan Sadowski, Rex Lee


Genres: Family, Comedy


Sociétés de Production:The Tannenbaum Company, Blondie Girl Productions.

Episodes
Episode 1 : Young & Too Late
8.0
Episode 2 : Young & Cookin'
8.0
Episode 3 : Young & Munchies
8.0
Episode 4 : Young & Old
7.5
Episode 5 : Young & First Time
7.5
Episode 6 : Young & Moving
7.5
Episode 7 : Young & Ferris Wheel
7.5
Episode 8 : Young & Sandwich
7.5
Episode 9 : Young & Pretty Woman
8.0
Episode 10 : Young & Part Two
7.5
Episode 11 : Young & How Gabi Got Her Job Back
7.5
Episode 12 : Young & Back to Normal
7.5
Episode 13 : Young & Unemployed
7.5
Episode 14 : Young & Oh Brother
7.5
Episode 15 : Young & Earthquake
7.5
Episode 16 : Young & How Sofia Got Her Groove Back
7.5
Episode 17 : Young & Trashy
7.0
Episode 18 : Young & Doppleganger
6.5
Episode 19 : Young & Younger Brother (1)
7.0
Episode 20 : Young & Younger Brother (2)
7.0
Episode 21 : Young & Christmas
6.8

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