No Ordinary Family-Season 1 (2011)
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From Ordinary to Extraordinary.
|The Powells are about to go from ordinary to extraordinary. After 16 years of marriage, Jim (Michael Chiklis, "The Shield,? "Fantastic Four?) feels disconnected from his workaholic wife, Stephanie (Julie Benz, "Dexter?), and two teenage children, Daphne (Kay Panabaker, "Summerland?) and JJ (Jimmy Bennett, "Star Trek?). To encourage family bonding time, Jim decides the family will join Stephanie on her business trip to South America. When their plane crashes into the Amazon River, they barely enjoy a moment to celebrate their survival before returning to the grind of everyday life. But they will soon realize that their lives have been forever changed. Each member of the family starts to show signs of new, unique and distinct super powers. Will their newfound abilities finally bring them together or push them further apart?|
Editor's NoteAs originally broadcast on ABC beginning in September 2010, the one-season fantasy series NO ORDINARY FAMILY toplines Michael Chiklis as Jim Powell, a husband, father and police sketch artist who feels a bit distant from wife Stephanie (Julie Benz) and two adolescent children, Daphne (Kay Panabaker) and J.J. (Jimmy Bennett). To reestablish family ties, dad and the kids join Stephanie on a business trip to South America. En route, the plane crashes, but the clan miraculously survives, and returns to the U.S. to discover that each family member now possesses extraordinary powers. Jim can catch bullets in his hands and leap over buildings in a single bound, Stephanie can move at the speed of light, Daphne can read others' minds, and J.J. has super-advanced intelligence. Episodes depict their various adventures in and around suburbia. This box set contains all 20 episodes from Season One, as they originally aired.