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Season 1: On The N’s South of Nowhere, the Carlin family moves from small town Ohio to Los Angeles to find life’s not the same. And neither are they. Glen is struggling with the whole “popular” thing. Clay is struggling with the “race” thing. And Spencer… she’s dealing with the whole “sex” thing. In this ground breaking new family drama, it’s about the choices we make that shape the people we become. South of Nowhere. It’s not where you’ve been, it’s where you’re going.


Tom Lynch Company
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11 Responses to South of Nowhere

  1. Katelyn R. says:

    Best Show Ever! Really hope the movie or continuation of the series happens!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Stacey H says:

    Been watching it on Much Music. Such an amazing show. I really hope the series can continue or a movie or something. This show hits me hard, This show has helped me find myself, and so many other great things. I would do anything to hear that the show will continue. I’m pretty sure I speak for all S of N fans when I say that we miss the show and the show has brought us all great joy and excitement. <3 Hope all goes well as I heard you won't give up trying to get South of Nowhere back on.

    • Amy sanders says:

      What channel does it come on?

      • Mahennder says:

        My wife and I have been very blessed in our lives. We have also lived tuhrogh very tight times ( I. E., blood donations.) We have always felt the love if others. Many times, we picked up the bill for another at a resturant. Other times we paid for another’s groceries. Another time we put together a baby shower for a lady we never met who left an abusive home. Instead of money, we gave a man in the rain a sleeping bag, a coat, and accessories along with a gift card for a meal at Denny’s. When my wife ad I ran into financial issues, we were blessed by people who remained anonymous with a $500 gift card twice. We always asked why. We had a very hard time accepting. Why us? LovePay it forward It will come back when needed

  3. Lisa says:

    After I watched S of N, you know what I was thinking? I was thinking it would have been great if I watched this in my teenage times. What S of N had portrayed were so ‘relatable’ and reminds me that I’m not the only one who feel this way. The stories are still relevant in today’s world and to be honest, it will still be. I speak as an adult represents the teen in me who grateful that I had the chance to watch South of Nowhere.
    Season 1 is superb! And I love how you guys able to make the story of one’s true identity/feeling interesting until the very last episode. That’s what makes South of Nowhere different, like it has scripted the unscripted. Life that is.

    Keep going strong and I wish South of Nowhere family all the best. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to watch a very great show like South of Nowhere and I hope our future generation will have the same opportunity.
    Thank you, Tom Lynch. Thank you to all of South of Nowhere family.

  4. d.c. says:

    really really love this show, and the cast, so awesome and true.

  5. Best Show Ever! Really hope the movie or continuation of the series happens! [2]
    I’m from Brazil and I’m really in love with the show. If you have some information about it, please, send me.

  6. Kyanna Casper says:

    I honestly love this show. I record every episode that ever comes on TeenNick. A show like this show come back, or this show in general. Teenagers can actually relate to this show. This show had many people come out to their parents also. This show was a sensation. It needs to be back up again.

  7. Courtney Haas says:

    I really miss seeing the cast of “South of Nowhere”, they are amazingly talented.

  8. Stephanie roy says:

    Can we, and by “we”, you bring back this show? Seems like this may be the perfect time to relaunch this show! With the popularity of Faking It, Chasing Life, Girltrash, etc. Plus it would make me happy! Think about it and let me know, te he

  9. tracie says:

    Yes you should bring this show back. But with time gone by showing them years later. It could help people today old and young straight and gay. There are people that could use a show like this to let them know it’s OK to be yourself.

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