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Starring Kelsey Grammer, ABC's "Hank" is a hilarious family comedy that mixes genuine, heart-warming moments with Grammer's trademark blustery humor.

Sometimes scaling back is the best way to get ahead. A legendary entrepreneur in the sports retail world, Hank Pryor (Kelsey Grammer) and his wife, Tilly, have been living the high life in New York City. That is until Hank is forced out of his CEO job and has to downsize and move his family back home to the small town of River Bend, Virginia.

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"Hank" Cast
Hank Cast
self-made man, Hank is used to being the boss. But now that he's lost almost everything, is he up for the even bigger challenge of being a husband and father? While Tilly regrets having to leave the glitz of New York City to move back to her hometown, Hank is gung-ho to relaunch his career in the place where it all began for him. Unfortunately this also means having to spend way too much time with his brother-in-law, Grady, who delights in Hank's recent misfortunes. Hank struggles to find common ground with his kids: offbeat son Henry, who would rather play with action figures than toss a baseball with his dad, and daughter Maddie, a hip, New York City teen in whose eyes Hank can do no right. But every great businessman knows that the key to success is to turn setbacks into opportunities. It may take a while for this corporate giant to figure out how to mingle with the little people—like his family—but Hank's up for the challenge, a man who feels he is destined to return to greatness. And he is. It's just not the greatness he imagined.

The series is written by "Everybody Loves Raymond's" three-time Emmy Award-winning Tucker Cawley, and co-executive produced by Grammer along with Mike Clements ("The Life & Times of Tim") and Emmy Award-winning producer Tom Werner ("The Cosby Show," "Roseanne," "Grace Under Fire").

"Hank" stars Kelsey Grammer as Hank Pryor, Melinda McGraw as Tilly Pryor, David Koechner as Grady Funk, Sasha Pieterse as Maddie Pryor and Nathan Gamble as Henry Pryor.

"Hank" is produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with McMonkey Inc., Grammnet Productions, Werner Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television. It is written by Tucker Cawley. Tom Werner, Tucker Cawley, Kelsey Grammer and Mike Clements serve as executive producers.




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HANK: FACTS

Network: ABC
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: September 30, 2009
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Bonanza Productions
Good Humor Television
Grammnet Productions
McMonkey
Warner Bros. Entertainment
Warner Bros. Television





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