"Atypical" is an American comedy-drama streaming television series directed by Seth Gordon and Robia Rashid.
The starring cast includes Jennifer Jason Leigh as Elsa Gardner, Keir Gilchrist as Sam Gardner, Brigette Lundy-Paine as Casey Gardner, Amy Okuda as Julia Sasaki, Michael Rapaport as Doug Gardner, Graham Rogers as Evan Chapin, Nik Dodani as Zahid Raja, Jenna Boyd as Paige Hardaway, Christina Offley as Sharice, Rachel Redleaf as Beth Chapin and others.
Here are "Atypical" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Atypical TV series?
Netflix on Monday, June 14, 2021 released the trailer for "Atypical" you can watch here:
Atypical Season 4 | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is Atypical TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Atypical" TV series plot summary.
Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old boy on the autism spectrum, who lives in Connecticut, announces that he wants to start dating girls after some advice from his therapist. His father, Doug (Michael Rapaport), has struggled to connect with his son and is thrilled when Sam approaches him for advice. When Sam wants to surprise his crush with chocolate-covered strawberries, his father drives him to her house only to discover that Sam's crush is actually Julia (Amy Okuda), Sam's 26-year-old therapist. Doug quickly pulls Sam away and tells him to find a girlfriend his own age. Sam comes around to the fact that he needs a "practice girlfriend", as he puts it, and, with the help of his friends and family, begins to learn the social nuances of dating.
As Sam grows more independent, his mother Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh) struggles to find a life outside of being his guardian. During a night out with friends from a dance class, Elsa meets Nick (Raúl Castillo), a bartender she likes and begins an affair with him. Sam's younger sister, Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine), breaks a track-and-field record and receives an athletic scholarship to a prestigious but distant high school. Although she wants to attend, she is nervous about what leaving will mean for Sam. Her concerns are exacerbated when she discovers that Doug abandoned their family for a while after Sam's diagnosis and that Elsa is having an affair. Meanwhile, Julia finds a chocolate-covered strawberry Sam left behind during his visit. She accuses her boyfriend of cheating on her, which leads him to break up with her. After he moves out, Julia discovers that she is pregnant with his child.
Who plays who in the Atypical TV series cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Atypical" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Jennifer Jason Leigh as Elsa Gardner Sam and Casey's overprotective mother
Keir Gilchrist as Sam Gardner an 18-year-old young man on the autism spectrum
Brigette Lundy-Paine as Casey Gardner Sam's younger sister
Amy Okuda as Julia Sasaki Sam's dedicated therapist (seasons 1 - 2, recurring season 3)
Michael Rapaport as Doug Gardner Sam and Casey's father and Elsa's husband
Graham Rogers as Evan Chapin Casey's boyfriend
Nik Dodani as Zahid Raja Sam's best friend, a "dweeby and foul-mouthed lothario"
Jenna Boyd as Paige Hardaway Sam's high-achieving friend and later girlfriend
Christina Offley as Sharice (seasons 1 - 2, guest season 3), Casey's friend
Rachel Redleaf as Beth Chapin Evan's sister
Ariela Barer as Bailey Bennett (seasons 1 - 2)
Raúl Castillo as Nick (season 1, guest season 2), a bartender Elsa has an affair with
Nina Ameri as Luisa Elsa's friend
Anthony Jacques as Christopher (seasons 1 - 2)
Fivel Stewart as Izzie (season 2 - present), a student at Casey's new school
Karl T. Wright as Chuck (seasons 1, 3), Doug's EMT partner
Angel Laketa Moore as Megan (seasons 2 - 3), Doug's female friend & confidante from the Autism support group
Domonique Brown as Jasper (seasons 2 - 3) a student in the peer group
Layla Weiner as Amber (seasons 2 - 3), Megan's daughter
Casey Wilson as Ms. Whitaker (season 2)
Graham Phillips as Nate (season 2, guest season 3), Izzie's ex-boyfriend
Allie Rae Treharne as Gretchen (season 3), Zahid's disgraced troublemaking girlfriend
Kimia Behpoornia as Abby (season 3), Sam's friend
Major Curda as Arlo (season 2)
Sara Gilbert as Professor Judd (season 3), Sam's ethics professor at Denton University
Eric McCormack as Professor Shinerock (season 3), Sam's art professor at Denton University
Tal Anderson as Sid (season 3) a new friend that Sam meets while she as volunteering at the Denton Disability Services office
Jeffrey Rosenthal as Bob
Wendy Braun as Kathy
Kevin Daniels as Coach Briggs
Michelle Farrah Huang as Tanya
Kimmy Gatewood as Coach Crowley
Nikki Gutman as Lily
Britney Ortiz as JJ
Megan Suri as Quinn
Nicole Zyana as Penelope
Marietta Melrose as Evelyn
Michael Rady as Miles
Annie Mebane as Lauren
Spencer Harte as Sabrina
Naomi Rubin as Noelle
Jeremiah Birkett as Officer Timms
Niles Fitch as Lacrosse Sam
Jenny O'Hara as Older Woman
Kue Lawrence as 4 Year Old Sam
Eddie Montiel as Bouncer
Christopher Gehrman as Bruce
Tess Aubert as Erika
Andrew Secunda as Pharmacy Clerk
Megan Easton as Riley
Marisa Davila as Madison Gold
Amy Hessler as Chloe
Nakia Burrise as April
Gabriela Flores as Bree
Mina Badie as Holly
Hilda Boulware as Dolores
Eva La Dare as Marta
Stacey Moseley as Shelby Pines
West Liang as Theo
Asher Rosen as Young Evan
Heather Brooker as Mrs. Jablonski
Dabier as Jayson
Bryan Lawrence as Skateboarder
Claire Leahy as Checkout Girl
Sanjay Chandani as Jay
Joanne Lara as Coach
Dan Levy as Hip Therapist
Omar Adam as Officer Chris Cortez
Todd Robert Anderson as Duane
Ely Henry as Derk the Clerk
Rachel Leyco as Jillie
Tom Virtue as Director of Student Conduct
Monnae Michaell as Michelle
Gino Montesinos as Eduardo
Karly Rothenberg as Donna
Elena Campbell-Martinez as Doctor
Cornelius Peter as Bushy Eyebrow Guy
Rashmi Rustagi as Padma
Angelita Torres as Student #1
Pam Trotter as Patron
Brittney Bertier as Ponytail Girl
Geri Courtney-Austein as Kayla
Donnabella Mortel as Waitress
Micaela Wittman as Girl #1
Roni Geva as Candy
Marcy Goldman as DMV Employee
Andrew Kai as Brett
Charles Kim as Elvis
Cooper Mothersbaugh as Gordo
Sheldon White as Student #2
Dan Ahdoot as Smooth Guy
Beth Curry as Paige's Aunt
Carla Vila as Madame Delacroix
Jessica Honor Carleton as Mom
Mathew Odette as Random Boy
Grace Ritchey as Waiter
Chau Long as Student #1
Alden Ray as Hawaiian Shirt Guy
Matthew Rocheleau as Adam
Jakobe' Dempsey as Friend #1
Ivan Leung as Random Jock
Erica Shaffer as Paige's Mom
Amy Tolsky as Head PTA Mom
Shawn Ray Gong as Jesse
Annie Hamilton as Bianca
Abigail McKee as Student #2
Scott Rosendall as Rudolph
Tracy Thorpe as Chris
Azur-De as Destiny
James S.W. Lee as Dave the Bartender
London Kim as Mr. Kawahara
Cesar Lazcano as Sensei
Donna Pieroni as Mrs. Dumsich
Carly Jibson as Josie
Sheila Cutchlow as Doctor
Christopher Chen as Roller Blader
Dominique Morton as Student Worker
Brandon Rodriguez as Random Art Kid
Chiquita Fuller as Bank Employee
Daniela Leon as Girl
Tucker Genal as College Dude #1
Samantha Hyde as Smart Girl
Peter James Smith as Doctor
Ryan Salazar as College Dude #2
Kyle Kittredge as Smart Boy
Andrew J. Hampton as Henry
Jamal Antar as Groom
Michael Franklin as Rich
What are Atypical filming details?
"Atypical" series are produced by Weird Brain, Exhibit A and Sony Pictures Television.
The average duration of each episode is 26 - 38 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Atypical TV series?
"Atypical" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.3/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 81/100.
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