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October 23, 2021
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About this title


Atypical is a coming-of-age story that follows Sam, an 18-year-old on the autistic spectrum as he searches for love and independence. While Sam is on his funny yet emotional journey of self-discovery, the rest of his family must grapple with change in their own lives as they all struggle with the central theme: what does it really mean to be normal?

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: August 11, 2017

Also Known As: 異類, ユニークライフ |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (14) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

high school
family relationships

Company Credits

Production Co: Exhibit A, Sony Pictures Television


Graham Rogers
as Evan/Evan Chapin
Michael Rapaport
as Doug Gardner
Chris Grace
as Laird
Michael Franklin
as Rich
Todd Robert Anderson
as Duane
Alden Ray
as Hawaiian Shirt Guy
Teka Moon
as Track Teammate
Mark Casimir Dyniewicz Jr.
as Creepy Biker Dude
Rashmi Rustagi
as Padma
Gino Montesinos
as Eduardo
Tucker Genal
as College Dude #1
Tal Anderson
as Sid/Sidney
Annie Mebane
as Lauren
Jamal Antar
as Groom
Kevyn Bashore
as Parent
Marisa Davila
as Madison Gold
Rachel Leyco
as Jillie
Samantha Hyde
as Smart Girl
Lucia Oskerova
as Lemon
Christopher Gehrman
as Bruce/Paige's Uncle Bruce
Ariela Barer
as Bailey Bennett
Nakia Burrise
as April
Elena Campbell-Martinez
as Doctor
Ashley Platz
as Cherry
Beth Curry
as Paige's Aunt
Nik Whittemore
as Student
Bryce Charles
as Hazel
Jakobe' Dempsey
as Friend #1
Gregor Manns
as Customer
Jennifer Jason Leigh
as Elsa Gardner
Spencer Harte
as Sabrina
Omar Adam
as Officer Chris Cortez
Karly Rothenberg
as Donna
Tina Grimm
as Bar Patron
Jessie Prez
as Man
Erica Shaffer
as Paige's Mom
Sheldon White
as Student #2
Jessica Honor Carleton
as Mom
Amy Hessler
as Chloe
Matthew Rocheleau
as Adam
Marcy Goldman
as DMV Employee
Jeffrey Rosenthal
as Bob
Megan Suri
as Quinn
Eddie Montiel
as Bouncer
Ryan Salazar
as College Dude #2
Amy Okuda
as Julia Sasaki/Julia
Bryan Lawrence
as Skateboarder
Fivel Stewart
as Izzie
Hilda Boulware
as Dolores
Mina Badie
as Holly
Sara Gilbert
as Professor Judd
Johny Walsh
as Bar Patron
Sanjay Chandani
as Jay
Michael Rady
as Miles
as Destiny
Tess Aubert
as Erika
Sandra Rosko
as Police Officer
Christopher Chen
as Roller Blader
Angel Laketa Moore
as Megan
Brie Eley
as Receptionist
Angelita Torres
as Student #1
Jeremiah Birkett
as Officer Timms
Jessica Paré
as Honey
Pam Trotter
as Patron
Peter James Smith
as Doctor
Frankie Justin
as Graduate's Brother
Brittany Chrishawn
as Sorority Girl
Wendy Braun
as Kathy
Allie Rae Treharne
as Gretchen
Joanne Lara
as Coach
Scott Rosendall
as Rudolph
Brittney Bertier
as Ponytail Girl
Nina Ameri
as Luisa
Sebrina Purcell
as Nurse
Cameron West
as Trainer Tim
Jenny O'Hara
as Lillian/Older Woman
London Kim
as Mr. Kawahara
Micaela Wittman
as Girl #1
Tom Virtue
as Director of Student Conduct
Brian Collura
as Clayton Track Runner
Kyle Kittredge
as Smart Boy
Brigette Lundy-Paine
as Casey Gardner
Niles Fitch
as Lacrosse Sam
Andrew Secunda
as Pharmacy Clerk
Geri Courtney-Austein
as Kayla
Monnae Michaell
as Michelle
Donna Pieroni
as Mrs. Dumsich
Andrew J. Hampton
as Henry
Amy Tolsky
as Head PTA Mom
Anthony Jacques
as Christopher
Abigail McKee
as Student #2
Chiquita Fuller
as Bank Employee
Tyler Davidson
as Gavin
Asher Rosen
as Young Evan
Logan Johnson
as Will
Lauren Price
as Track Team
Meggan Anderson
as Bride
Dominique Morton
as Student Worker
Tracy Thorpe
as Chris
Kimmy Gatewood
as Coach Crowley
Veya Valentino
as Weeping Girl
Graham Phillips
as Nate
Gabriela Flores
as Bree
Donnabella Mortel
as Waitress
Eva La Dare
as Marta
Alexandra Doke
as Zoe
Molly Malin
as Orientation Student
Carly Jibson
as Josie
Casey Wilson
as Ms. Whitaker
Kevin Daniels
as Coach Briggs
Nicole Zyana
as Penelope
Nikki Gutman
as Lily
Annie Hamilton
as Bianca
Christina Offley
as Sharice
Shawn Ray Gong
as Jesse
Charles Kim
as Elvis
Megan Easton
as Riley
Karl T. Wright
as Chuck
Jessica Marshall-Gardiner
as Paige's Teacher
Britney Ortiz
as JJ
Dan Levy
as Hip Therapist
Major Curda
as Arlo
Dan Ahdoot
as Smooth Guy
Daniela Leon
as Girl
Keir Gilchrist
as Sam Gardner
Layla Weiner
as Amber
Claire Leahy
as Checkout Girl
Chau Long
as Student #1
Lindsay Price
as Sasha/Sasha Taylor
Cornelius Peter
as Bushy Eyebrow Guy
Amy Cassandra Martinez
as High School Student
Rizwan Manji
as Vice Principal Patrick
Kue Lawrence
as 4 Year Old Sam
Eric McCormack
as Professor Shinerock
Sheila Cutchlow
as Doctor
Rachel Redleaf
as Beth/Beth Chapin
as Jayson
Andrew Kai
as Brett
Raúl Castillo
as Nick
Carla Vila
as Madame Delacroix
Nick Ford
as Bank Security Guard
Domonique Brown
as Jasper
Jenna Boyd
as Paige
James S.W. Lee
as Dave the Bartender
West Liang
as Theo
Amber Martinez
as Casino/Hotel Patron
Brett Tucker
as Niles Blanderman
Cooper Mothersbaugh
as Gordo
Grace Ritchey
as Waiter
Naomi Rubin
as Noelle
Stacey Moseley
as Shelby Pines
Ely Henry
as Derk the Clerk
Brandon Rodriguez
as Random Art Kid
Kimia Behpoornia
as Abby
Cesar Lazcano
as Sensei
Bryan Cruz
as Tanya's Boyfriend
Nik Dodani
as Zahid
Mathew Odette
as Random Boy
Ivan Leung
as Random Jock
Michelle Farrah Huang
as Tanya
Roni Geva
as Candy
Marietta Melrose
as Evelyn
Heather Brooker
as Mrs. Jablonski

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 4




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Il Festival Nazionale del Doppiaggio Voci nell'Ombra 2017


Il Festival Nazionale del Doppiaggio Voci nell'Ombra

Bruno Paolo Astori plate to the emerging voice

Satellite Awards 2018


Satellite Awards

Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical

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