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Theme music composer  Jill Sobule
Original language(s)  English
Theme song  Unfabulous Theme Song
6.2/10 IMDb

Created by  Sue Rose
Country of origin  United States
First episode date  12 September 2004
Network  Nickelodeon
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Starring  Emma RobertsMalese JowJordan CallowayTadhg KellyMolly HaganMarkus FlanaganEmma DegerstedtChelsea Tavares
Opening theme  "Unfabulous" performed by Jill Sobule
Cast  Emma Roberts, Malese Jow, Jordan Calloway, Tadhg Kelly, Molly Hagan

Unfabulous is an American teen sitcom that aired on Nickelodeon. The series is about an "unfabulous" middle school student and teenager named Addie Singer, played by Emma Roberts. The show, which debuted in fall 2004, was one of the most-watched programs in the United States among children between the age of 10 and 16 and was created by Sue Rose, who previously created the animated series Pepper Ann and Angela Anaconda.


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The series ended on December 16, 2007, with the third season being the final season.

Reruns of the show ended on Nickelodeon on June 2008. The show aired reruns on The N but ended in late 2009. The show then returned to TeenNick on October 11, 2011, and lasted until April 2, 2012. The show returned to the channel again on December 3, 2012 but was pulled once again in 2015. Currently it is aired on Popgirl and Nickelodeon Canada.

All the episodes are narrated by Addie, and are told in flashbacks. Like Seinfeld, the episode titles all start with the article "The".

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The show's theme song is performed by Jill Sobule, who also writes the songs.


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Unfabulous's main character is a teenager named Addie Singer (Emma Roberts), who writes songs about her life in middle school. Her best friends are Geena Fabiano (Malese Jow), who is interested in fashion and designs her own clothes, and the environmentally committed school basketball player Zack Carter-Schwartz (Jordan Calloway). They all attend Rocky Road Middle School in an unspecified East Coast city. However, in episode 34 "The Birthday" when Addie receives a letter from when she was 7 years old the address is listed as "Pinecrest, PA". Addie's older brother Ben (Tadhg Kelly) works at Juice!, a smoothie bar where Addie and her friends often hang out after school.

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Throughout the first season, Addie obsesses about her crush on Jake Behari (Raja Fenske), who already has a girlfriend.

For the majority of the second season, however, Addie is dating Randy Klein (Evan Palmer). They break up towards the end of the season and Addie realizes that she still likes Jake. The made-for-TV movie Unfabulous: The Perfect Moment focused on Addie and Jake getting together although Jake will be gone for the rest of the summer in Canada.

In the third season, Addie and Jake finally begin dating and Geena and Zack begin to have feelings for each other.


  • Emma Roberts as the 13-year-old main character Addie Singer.
  • Malese Jow as Geena Fabiano, Addie's best friend who is interested in fashion and designs her own clothes, they are usually provocative and therefore she receives daily lectures from the school principal.
  • Jordan Calloway as Zack Carter-Schwartz, Addie's other best friend who is on the basketball team and an environmental advocate
  • Tadhg Kelly as Ben Singer, Addie's older brother
  • Molly Hagan as Mrs. Sue Singer, Addie's mother
  • Markus Flanagan as Mr. Jeff Singer, Addie's father
  • Emma Degerstedt as Maris, a mean girl.
  • Chelsea Tavares as Cranberry, Maris' best friend.
  • Recurring

  • Dustin Ingram as Duane Oglivy
  • Mary Lou as Mary Ferry
  • Raja Fenske as Jake Behari
  • Bianca Collins as Patti Perez
  • Sarah Hester as Jen Stevenson-Ben's girlfriend and co-worker at Juice!
  • Harry Perry III as Manager Mike
  • Stephen Ford as Chad
  • Mildred Dumas as Principal Brandywine
  • Evan Palmer as Randy Klein
  • Sean Whalen as Coach Pearson
  • Brandon Smith as Mario
  • Miracle Vincent as Ellie
  • Shawn McGill as Freddy
  • Carter Jenkins as Eli Pataki
  • Shanica Knowles as Vanessa
  • Lourdes Pantin as Becca
  • Other appearances

    The show's main character, Addie Singer, also appears in a cross-over episode of Drake & Josh called "Honor Council", in which she helps Megan play a prank on Josh for a video Megan makes for her website. The episode aired in November 2004, a few months after both of the series began.


    Along with the start of the second season in September 2005, Nickelodeon also began selling different types of Unfabulous-related merchandise, beginning with the album Unfabulous and More (see Soundtrack below). In November 2005, the album was followed by two books tying into the show, Keepin' It Real (ISBN 0-439-79666-0) and Split Ends (ISBN 0-439-80179-6), both written by Robin Wasserman, and the first items in a line of clothes based on Addie's wardrobe on the show. Two more books were released in February 2006, Starstruck (ISBN 0-439-83157-1) and Jinxed! (ISBN 0-439-83158-X).

    Before the launch of the third season, a video game based on the show was released for the Game Boy Advance by THQ on September 25, 2006.

    All episodes from the first and the second season (including The Perfect Moment) were available for download in the iTunes Store in the U.S. since fall 2006, but are now not available anymore. They have since been put back for download as of 2012.


    On September 27, 2005, shortly after the premiere of the show's second season, Columbia Records and Nick Records released the album Unfabulous and More, which serves as both the show's soundtrack and as Emma Roberts' debut album.

    The album includes several original songs (among them "Dummy" and "I Wanna Be", both of which were also released as music videos, "I Have Arrived", and "This Is Me", which was co-written by Roberts), as well as some of Addie's songs from the first season (however in newly recorded versions), including "Punch Rocker" and "New Shoes" (both from the episode "The Party"), "94 Weeks (Metal Mouth Freak)" (from "The Bar Mitzvah") and "Mexican Wrestler" (which had previously appeared on Jill Sobule's 2000 album Pink Pearl and in the Unfabulous episode "The 66th Day").

    The album peaked at #46 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers.

    DVD releases

    One episode of Unfabulous, season one's "The Little Sister", was released on DVD – on TEENick Picks 1, released in April 24, 2006, together with episodes of Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, and Romeo!.


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