Being Goode Is Never Easy! The Goode Family Premieres Wednesday, May 27 on Citytv.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Being Goode Is Never Easy!
The Goode Family Premieres Wednesday, May 27 on Citytv.
(Toronto – May 21) It’s never been so hard or so funny to be so Goode! The hilariously-satirical
animated series, The Goode Family, chronicles one family’s attempts to navigate daily life in
today’s society - one politically correct step at a time. The laughs begin Wednesday, May 27 on
When it comes to living life by the rules the Goodes are more than just a little over the top!
Gerald (Mike Judge, King of the Hill), Helen (Nancy Carell, The Office), Ubuntu (Dave Herman,
King of the Hill) and Bliss (Linda Cardellini, ER) – are a family obsessed with doing the “right”
thing environmentally, politically and socially. Every move is carefully checked against their selfimposed
social conscience and often results in unintended comic consequences. From their
hybrid car that they only use in emergencies because it’s bad for the environment, to their
beloved dog Che who despite being raised vegan satisfies his meat cravings by devouring
neighbourhood pets, to the lengths to which Gerald and Helen will go to relate to their children,
the Goodes live life by the best of intentions. While their choices don’t always pay off, they
always leave you rooting for them.
The Goode Family was created, written and executive produced by Mike Judge (King of the Hill),
David Krinsky and John Altschuler (Blades of Glory; King of the Hill). Executive producers
include Michael Rotenberg and Tom Lassally and the series is produced by MRC and 3 Arts
Broadcast Schedule is as follows:
Citytv Toronto Wednesday, May 27 at 9pm ET (s/ABC)
Citytv Winnipeg Wednesday, May 27 at 9pm CT (s/ABC)
Citytv Calgary Wednesday, May 27 at 10pm MT (s/ABC)
Citytv Edmonton Wednesday, May 27 at 10pm MT (s/ABC)
Citytv Vancouver Wednesday, May 27 at 9pm PT (s/ABC)
Attention Editors: Artwork available at www.citytv.com/media
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intensely-local, urban-oriented, culturally-diverse television in its own unique, interactive style.
With its strong local voice, Citytv offers a distinct alternative to other conventional television
offerings. Its instantly recognizable 'look' and 'sound' are the product of refreshingly different onair
personalities, unique program formats and high television style. Citytv is a division of Rogers
Media Inc., a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a
diversified Canadian communications and media company.
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