This Is What The Cast Of ‘Malcolm In The Middle’ Look Like Today.
As the fall line-up of TV shows begin to air, there are new series and others returning that will entertain families in North America every night. Sitcoms are particularly favoured as they are family friendly where everyone can sit and watch them together.
Of course some shows are superior then others. Either for their perfect comedic timing or because we see a version of ourselves and lives reflected in them. Malcolm in the Middle lasted six seasons from January 2000 till May 2006. Still, fans still hope for a reunion with their favourite dysfunctional family who happened to have a genius son in the mix.
The biggest star to come out of the series of course is Bryan Cranston. Before he turned into the badass in Breaking Bad, Cranston played a very loveable and inept dad. Take a look at what one of America’s favourite TV family is up to now.
Malcolm in the Middle was both a show loved by viewers and critics.
Throughout its six-year run, the series won seven Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award, one Grammy Award. It was nominated seven times for the Golden Globes.
The series revolved around Malcolm played by Frankie Muniz.
Malcolm has an IQ of 165 and attends class for gifted children. In the show, the character Malcolm breaks the fourth wall in that he speaks to the viewer.
In the series Malcolm is trying to get through school without getting picked on too much.
He has a hard time fitting in and it doesn't help that the regular kids call Malcolm and his genius friends the, "Krelboynes."
Francis played by Christopher Masterson is the oldest son. Early in the series he is sent to military school for misbehaving.
Eventually Masterson's presence in the show is diminished when the actor began directing and writing episodes for the series.
Justin Berfield played the second son Reese. His character was the most physical and always devising new plans for mischief.
It was later discovered that Reese's talent came in the form of cooking and baking.
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