Younger - Rotten Tomatoes

Younger (2015 - )

Younger (2015 - )

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

98%
96%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

88%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A 40-year-old single mom seeks to reenter the workforce by altering her appearance thanks to a makeover from her best friend.
Creator: Darren Star

Younger Videos

Younger Photos

Seasons

93%
Critics Consensus: A breezy, bittersweet farewell that captures everything that made the show so successful to begin with, Younger's final chapter is one for the ages.

2021, TV Land, 12 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2019, TV Land, 12 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2018, TV Land, 15 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: As stylish and strongly written as ever, Younger's fourth season dips into deeper waters and returns with a wealth of riveting storylines.

2017, TV Land, 12 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2016, TV Land, 12 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2016, TV Land, 12 episodes

97%
Critics Consensus: Darren Star's witty writing and Sutton Foster's charisma help elevate Younger above some of TV Land's previous sitcoms.

2015, TV Land, 12 episodes

Cast

Debi Mazar
as Maggie
Tessa Albertson
as Caitlin Miller
Thorbjørn Harr
as Anton Bjornberg
Paul Fitzgerald
as David Miller
Samantha Lee Johnson
as Empirical Staff Partygoer
Jason Ralph (III)
as Jake Devereux
Noah Robbins
as Bryce Reiger
Richard Masur
as Edward L.L. Moore
Burke Moses
as Lachlan Flynn
Josh Pais
as Todd Heller
David Wain
as Hugh Shirley
Teddy Coluca
as Uncle Joe
Camryn Manheim
as Dr. Jane Wray
Annaleigh Ashford
as Shelly Rozansky
Megan Byrne
as Female Executive
Leigh-Ann Rose
as Greta Lin
Stefaniya Makarova
as Human Rawbar
Dana Cuomo
as Joanne
Gavin Hammon
as Laurent
Polly Lee
as Leslie
Rene Ojeda
as George
Swati Kapila
as Cece Jones
Halley Feiffer
as Julie Burke
Vandit Bhatt
as Male OB GYN
Ashley North
as Hipster
Gia Crovatin
as Dr. Sarkisian
Jarrod LaBine
as Art Snob in Gallery
Viveca Paulin
as Annika Bjornberg
Jerome Brooks Jr.
as Brooklyn Hipster
Bobby Flay
as Bobby Flay
Lois Smith
as Belinda Lacroix
Geneva Carr
as Mary Beth Bell
Salvatore DiSanto
as Club Patron
Elizabeth Paige
as Female OB GYN #2
Amy Robach
as Amy Robach
Sam Haft
as Bird Guy
Gabrielle Ryan
as Masked Woman
Austin Ku
as Rakim
Marianne Ferrari
as Tux Shop Sales Lady
Mckean Rand
as Brad Westlake
Wally Dunn
as Mediator
Frankie Verroca
as Wedding Dress Bum
Becca Lish
as Mrs. Klepper
Ellen Harvey
as Consulate Official
Cynthia Mace
as Nurse Barb
Jared Johnston
as Bar Employee
Murf Meyer
as Handlebar Mustache Guy
Ginger Zee
as Ginger Zee
Trey Gerrald
as Male Empirical Employee
Brandon Morris
as Security Guard
Frank Wood
as Dr. Kigner
Erica Jong
as Herself
Vin Knight
as Hotel Waiter
Charlie Romanelli
as Construction Guy
Drew Allen (IV)
as Restaurant Patron
Rachel Hilbert
as Super Hot Girl
Nancy Sun
as Female OB GYN #1
Olivia Oguma
as Ellen Chang
Aly Mang
as Kelsey's Bridesmaid
Laura Poe
as Desk Clerk
Kobi Libii
as Rob Olive
Kathie Lee Gifford
as Kathie Lee Gifford
Susannah Rogers
as Female Editor
Faith Logan
as Bar Patron
Alison Cimmet
as Woman #3
Jack Nolan
as Declan
John Quilty
as PEN Emcee
Gabe Bowling
as Drunk Guy
Hoda Kotb
as Hoda Kotb
Ian Toner
as Seamus
Stephanie Szostak
as Sophia Bell
Kate Levy
as Sandy
Bradley Growden
as Bar Patron
Kitty Mei Mei Chen
as Empirical Staff Partygoer
Anthony Ferrara
as Wedding Guest
Erin Fogel
as Receptionist
Charmar Jeter
as Beer Garden Patron
Christina Ritter
as Glamour Awards Attendee
Sathya Sridharan
as Dr. Sirpal
Mariana Leung
as Violinist
Inna Muratova
as Restaurant Patron
Joy Osmanski
as Kiko Kagami
Jess Cagle
as Jess Cagle
Gina Gershon
as Chrissie
Heidi Whitworth
as Bored Model
Tim Wilson
as Mouthing Patron #8
Clifton Samuels
as Carlyle Host
Ice-T
as Ice-T
Jodi Stevens
as Woman #2
Nadia Dajani
as Megyn Vernoff
Dolly Wells
as Stephanie
Anna Suzuki
as Soy Random
Dejan Jelaca
as Male Nurse
Michael Debarge
as Funeral Guest
Marko Caka
as Seth Meyers
Willa Fitzgerald
as Audrey Colbert
Kenneth Maharaj
as Cab Driver
Gina White
as Award Winning Couple
Charlene Smith
as K-Ron's Crew/Dancer
And Palladino
as Book Fan
Christina Kirk
as Antonia Steward
Martin Pfefferkorn
as Blind Prophet
Chris Weiß
as Vidpop Attendee/Anime Schoolgirl
Mark Deklin
as Cameron
Katie Hartman
as Marta Been
Courtney Gonzalez
as Empirical Employee
Jim Cleary
as Pedestrian
Lucky Harmon
as Wall Street Pedestrian
Julia Bechler
as Featured restaurant patron
Jessica McHugh
as Anime Girl
Timothy Patrick Klein
as Ice Cream Shot Patron
Lawrence Whitener
as Macy's Santa
Patrick Klein
as Ice Cream Shot Patron
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