A comedy that follows Eddie Huang and his Taiwanese family as they experience the many ups and downs of moving from Taiwan to Orlando, Florida.
“The final episode of the season 3 saw the Huangs moving into the new house, but not everything went according to plan…Things are up and down for the kids, as usual. Eddie tries to keep in touch with his friends, which everyone forced to move in their childhood knows doesn’t ever go so well. Emery, always the worldly scholar of the brothers, discovers that the blazer for Evan’s St. Orlando Academy school uniform is made in China, potentially a product of child labor.” — Metro
When to watch: Season 4 premieres Tuesday, October 3rd on ABC at 8:30 p.m
Season 4 will explore how the Huang’s will face a dramatic shift toward homelessness. Consider using the premiere of the new season to write a blog about the need for affordable housing in the U.S.
Additionally, organizations focused on ending homelessness can tweet about storylines from this season and share resources, like maps that reveal the prices of homes in metropolitan areas, to shine a light on economic insecurities that many families, like the Huangs, face.
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