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Alexa & Katie
TV Series
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  • Cast:
    Paris Berelc,Isabel May,Jolie Jenkins
  • Time:
    25min
When Alexa and Katie graduate middle school and go to high school, they're ready for anything. But when Alexa is diagnosed with cancer, it becomes a little bit harder. But with each other's help, they can navigate high school and survive in the process.
Casts
Series cast summary:
Paris Berelc Paris Berelc - Alexa Mendoza 24 episodes, 2018
Isabel May Isabel May - Katie Cooper 24 episodes, 2018
Jolie Jenkins Jolie Jenkins - Jennifer Cooper 24 episodes, 2018
Emery Kelly Emery Kelly - Lucas Mendoza 24 episodes, 2018
Eddie Shin Eddie Shin - Dave Mendoza 24 episodes, 2018
Finn Carr Finn Carr - Jack Cooper 24 episodes, 2018
Tiffani Thiessen Tiffani Thiessen - Lori Mendoza 23 episodes, 2018
Merit Leighton Merit Leighton - Hannah 13 episodes, 2018
Iman Benson Iman Benson - Reagan 13 episodes, 2018
Jack Griffo Jack Griffo - Dylan 12 episodes, 2018
Nathaniel J. Potvin Nathaniel J. Potvin - Ryan 12 episodes, 2018
Kerri Medders Kerri Medders - Gwenny 11 episodes, 2018

Alexa & Katie

Paris Berelc and Jack Griffo who play the roles Alexa and Dylan, have been dating since January of 2017.

Alexa & Katie (2018) is the third multi-camera sitcom produced by Netflix after The Ranch (2016), And One Day at a Time (2017).

In the play part 2, the character dylan says he is secretly a superhero. He played a superhero on the nickelodeon show, The thundermans

Katie changes her backpack from the first day of school. It was a blue small backpack on the first day they entered school. Now throughout she has a black backpack that she brings to school in season 1.

While talking about first kisses, Katie is nervous because it will be in front of an audience. Then Lori tells her not to count it and proceeds to tell Katie that she had a first kiss that didn't count. She tells her that it was tenth grade and his name was "Zack, uh... it started with an M." In Saved by the Bell, the actress who plays Lori played Kelly, who was the girlfriend of Zack Morris.

In season 2 episode 1, Alexa wears a shirt that says "Paris" on it. In real life, the actress who plays Alexa first name is Paris.

Nuadazius
Nuadazius
The show definitely has it moments. The jokes are predictive and sometimes a little "childish" but it is a kids/teenshow after all. You could easily catch something similar on Nickelodeon or Disney Channel but i did find myself enjoying the show after a few episodes. The acting isn't bad, the actors do their job very well. I would say: give this show a try on a lazy Sunday when you're caught up with all your other tv shows. You might just like it, who knows?
Buriwield
Buriwield
This is a fantastic show for kids- better than Disney because the kids aren't disrespectful and rude to adults. It shows great friendships and the challenges of dealing with a disease. It is not realistic - it is not a documentary... but as a mom of a child who has significant health issues, I appreciated the way the girls deal with those challenges and found myself wishing the hospitals and doctors acted a bit more like the people on the show and tried to make awful stays more fun and interactive. It is a NICE show and they're aren't many of those around anymore. TV can take you out of your sad or depressing trials and this does exactly that.
Mightdragon
Mightdragon
I just finished the first season of this show and I think it's really cute. It could be a little more realistic. I know Alexa is pretty healthy despite the cancer, but at some points it's like she doesn't have it at all. I felt like I was waiting for something terrible to happen, not because I wanted it to, but because it felt like it would make sense. Maybe they'll be more of that in season 2. Otherwise the show is adorable and I love the friendship between the girls. Katie shaving her head for Alexa was a beautiful gesture and something only a true best friend would do.
Burking
Burking
My teenage daughter had cancer, and she is almost one year post treatment. This show is funny, and has some great things about it, but it doesn't accurately show what it's like for a kid to have cancer. For instance, a cancer patient has a port, they don't get iv's Every time they receive chemo. They have to wear a mask when they go out into crowded places because their immune system is so low. They are very weak from the chemo. Too weak to run around, jump up and down, attend school with as much energy as Alexa, etc. they don't need to be told to take naps. They beg to take naps. My daughter carried a blanket around with her at all times and laid down every chance she could. Cancer patients require blood transfusions, hospital stays because of infections, constant doctors visits, and lots of sleep. This show makes it look easy. My daughter tried to watch it and she couldn't even finish the season because it bothered her so much. All of her "friends" left her. She couldn't go to school. And she has no energy at all. Her experience was the total opposite of this. I just wish tv shows and movies would actually get it right.
Vozilkree
Vozilkree
News flash people..this is not a reality show!! Maybe it's not entirely accurate but that would be depressing and somewhat scary not a cute sitcom for young people which it is!
Daigami
Daigami
This show was amazing it really inspired children to really think more about cancer 10/10 great job but there is a cliffhanger at the end and I can't wait to watch it!!!
Katishi
Katishi
I'm 44 years old and I have been through so much since the age of 7 being back and fourth in the children hospital and beating cancer. Cancer is an illness that people think of as the death illness. I was glad to have someone in my life that made me laugh and have fun with despite my ordeal. I've learned to walk and made it through this. Yes I've seen the worse side of it and people unless you know as a cancer patient you don't know what someone is feeling on the inside. Sometimes the only thing a person needs is a feeling of love and laughter instead of remorse and guilt and friends and family that only see the down side of it. They want their lives to be normal despite cancer. To the creators of this show great job. Having a great friend through this is great someone whose their to make you laugh when you want to cry someone whose there when you want to give up. So once again if you don't have it you shouldn't comment negative on this. Until you live the life you don't know anything.
Shakataxe
Shakataxe
The show has its moments. The actors are great.

But as someone who knew a cancer patient, it left some realistic elements out.

Like fatigue to the point of being bed ridden. Memory loss. Meeting others that were like herself. I understand that this is suppose to be from a teens POV but even then a real opinion would have been great to have to base the show off of.

I'm hoping that the episodes get better.
GawelleN
GawelleN
I am 16, got diagnosed with brain cancer about 5 months ago, find this show to be insulting. There is nothing realistic about this show and undermines the actual trouble cancer patients go through.This show not only misrepresents cancer but suggests that cancer patients only act in lashes of anger and are in constant need of distraction. Tv producers should stick to what they know. I don't think they thought cancer patients would be well enough to actually watch this show looking for something to relate to. instead of finding something to relate to I find myself yet again misunderstood and being mocked by girls in bald caps.
Perongafa
Perongafa
As a female with Leukemia i thought I'd enjoy binging during a chemo session. Sadly, this wasn't true. It is so stupid!!!! Instead of focusing on what cancer/chemo does to you... they focus on immature school rivals, stupid prank wars, and the fact she does't want anyone to know! Lame jokes, a lame laugh track, and lame problems. They really could've gone deep and explored what caner actually does to you as a person...or as a teenage girl! Then explored what its like to be a mother, father, sibling, friend, or schoolmate to someone who is battling this TERRIBLE disease! Watching two girls walk around in a bald cap is almost offensive, but it's definitely maddening!! Here again, they could've gone deep with the terror, sadness, and raw emotion that goes along with losing ones hair. I'm not saying it had to be such as sad show that it depressed anyone who watched!! But it was so far from being "real" it made me sicker than the chemo i was taking! Netflix had such a platform, but alas, they ruined their chance! Hopefully there won't be a second season. If there is...buck up Netflix and try to make this show less immature and stupid!
Uste
Uste
First and foremost, people seem to forget this is a kids show. You're not going to get the same amount of realism that you would from a cable medical drama or an in depth documentary. This show isn't supposed to be 100% realistic. It's a standard kids show with a unique twist in that it also features a girl with cancer.

Having said that, it does have some emotional moments. Having Katie shave her head in solidarity with Alexa is touching. Seeing that Alexa's family struggles with how to cope with a family member with cancer is poignant, albeit a little hokey at times. The acting can be a little cheesy and the plot is a little formulaic, but overall entertaining. Kudos to the writers/producers for attempting to tackle a difficult subject in a kids show. My daughter started watching only recently and has had some fairly adult questions after viewing, which is somewhat refreshing to see from what kids normally watch.
Arihelm
Arihelm
As I watch the "Alexa & Katie" tv show I was highly disappointed. I having been through childhood cancer in my past. So I was more than excited to watch this and I kept watching hoping to see the episodes when they bright light to the real situations of cancer... but every episode further I just kept being let down. When do they show that Katie can't eat foods like normal because her taste will change? When does Katie have the worst symptoms from her Chemo therapy? When does Katie get chronic fatigue? When does Katie get to go to cancer for kid events? When does Katie become bed ridden? When does Katie have a friend in the Hospital possibly not make it? When does Katie have memory problems? When, when, when!?

I was so upset and left unsatisfied, I was waiting for those real moments and the heart connecting monologues. Instead we got excuses why Katie is so normal... and why she never shows being sick through her cancer and treatment. It can still be comic relief and light hearted, we just need a realistic story to relate too. I can't relate to this at all and I had Leukemia as a child in middle school and recovering in high school. I've seen a co-worker go to work with chronic Leukemia.

To me it feels who ever is writing this and directing this, has not one single clue or idea about cancer and how kids go through it and I am left so unsatisfied. I thought maybe for once someone could show others how to understand those who went threw cancer... instead they covered it up with a false understanding and that hurts the cancer community and those going threw it. Now a days too many people base understandings threw shows and movies, so stop and rewind and fix this please if you are making a season 2.
Steep
Steep
I love that this show takes something like cancer that is so hard on families and shows how someone can still be strong and happy despite what she is going through. The character Alexa is written wonderfully. They have a great balance between the teenage drama and the sick patient. Katie provides great comic relief. As someone who has lost a few close friends to cancer and other ailments its nice to see shows that show positive characters just doing their best to survive and make the best our of bad circumstances, even throwing in the struggle of a single mom. This show definitely takes the motto "live, love, laugh" to heart.
Natety
Natety
This is a really good family show. The writers really did a great job on hooking me. I can't wait until season 2.
Sagda
Sagda
Being diagnosed with bone cancer about 3 years ago was not easy. I did lose my hair and went through treatment. It was not fun and games at all. There is this one scene where Alexa uses her cancer as an excuse so that she doesn't get in trouble for messing around in the wig store and the lady that works at the store took pity on her and acted all nice afterwards. Seriously?! Is that what cancer is? Something that people should just take pity on cancer patients? Absolutely not! I also hated how unrealistec this was. The jokes were cringe worthy and its like the show kinda minimizes cancer. Cancer is not something you can go to school and just be a little sick at times. It's so much worse than being weak every now and then. I can't believe this show has around a 7 star rating...
Katius
Katius
Alexa and Katie is a TV Show about two girls but more about Alexa. Alexa has cancer and she just wants to go to school,she wants to see her friends. Katie love Alexa's brother but he doesn't like her too. There are funny moments all the time,that are really comic. This made me laugh. I really like this TV Show,it was a little bit funny with serious subject. I really love the cast:Paris Berelc playing Alexa and she is amazing!And Isabel May is so funny on the TV Show. It's a really good sitcom,is it a really light TV Show to see. If you like comedy or comic TV Show you should watch Alexa and Katie.
Nikok
Nikok
Fantastic family show, good mixed of silly humour with empathy for a variety of struggles younger people can face particularly around illness. Great themes explored as well as good friendships modelled. Nice and clean as well as hilarious and entertaining. Just waiting for the next season now!
Usic
Usic
Alexa and Katie is a Netflix series but it reminded me of Disney. I had my doubts after watching the first trailer, but I gave it a chance because I've seen movies and series of Paris Berelc and Jack Griffo.

The series is about a girl recovering from cancer that lives her life at the most positive way along with her best friend and her really supportive family. It's a great comedy despite the main topic.

It didn't have anything bad for me. I loved it, I watched all the episodes at once.
Rasmus
Rasmus
I loved every episode. Each character & the way the friendship is displayed. I cried almost every episode, it was that powerful emotional. I have have a best friend who i am close too like Alexa & Katie are and i love that they go through everything together and this was the most amazing show i have seen so far for 2018. I really do hope there is a season 2! Keep up the good word Cast & Crew Of Alexa & Katie!
Chankane
Chankane
My children have been watching this show, but I find it cringe worthy. I have several friends and family members who have been through the horrible experience of childhood cancer. This show's concept is well intended but it's unrealistic to the point of being insulting to those who have gone through this experience. I mean, did they even consult anyone who knows about dealing with cancer?? On top of that, everyone's acting sucks. It's like they tried to make a Disney channel show, and oh, by the way, the girl has cancer. A show with this concept needs to first be a drama, then a comedy. Not the other way around. Because that's what the harsh reality is when you go through the experience.
Venemarr
Venemarr
I was a little skeptical at first, but Alexa and Katie is an amazing tv show! For someone who has never had cancer, or been close to anyone who has had to deal with long term cancer, I found it really helpful in understanding that kind of life. It also helped me see that having cancer doesn't change someone, and that they are still normal people. I loved the characters, and although there were some very stereotypical, overused traits and scenes, but all in all they added to the shows quality, and made me love it even more. Amazing tv show, and I hope that there is a season 2! (Also Alexa is the one with cancer, not Katie @amanda2332332)
Doomredeemer
Doomredeemer
While not ever scene is acted to its very best (I assume due to the struggle of the serious of the content while trying to juggle in the humor as teenage actors), the writing doesn't always go for the obvious formulaic joke. This fact itself is very refreshing, even if the formulaic joke might be funnier at times (but also boring over all if you can always predict them).

While Alexa and Katie are by far our favorite characters, my children and I cannot help but giggle at Alexa's brother in the first few episodes essentially being a modern teenage Maui from "Moana"... well personality-wise anyway.

The only problem we have with the show is that at least one certain episode we've seen so far interrupting ongoing stories in the arch, completely ignoring them. "Ungroundable" completely disrupted the arch as if it were one of those "out of place" "Dragon Ball Z" movies which are best ignored for cannon. I can only hope that this trend does not continue. I will note that it was a nice surprise to find that while "Picture Day" interrupts "The Play, Part 1" and "The Play, Part 2" that it carries the arch with it instead of disrupting. We'll see how it goes. I would hate it if this were the only reason people end up not pushing for a second season.
Zeli
Zeli
Subpar acting and the story lines are bland. Unrealistic. I k ow it's a comedy and an adaptation. But it's an insult to patients and families who have gone through this.
Kesalard
Kesalard
A complete insult, this show should've been canceled.
Jeronashe
Jeronashe
Usually shows become boring when the dating happens with teens but this show is keeping it cute. I would love to see the characters in "I Love Lucy" tribute episode as I can so see Katie as Lucy and Ryan as Ricky. S2E9 just seemed to have that kind of moment when the espresso machine caught fire. The acting is stellar. Never really been a fan of Tiffany Amber Thiessan (most of her characters were not interesting), but she is terrific in this sitcom. The casting of her and Eddie Shin as the married parents really works. Each character brings an important element to the flow of the show including Hannah (she's a hoot).