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Based on chef Eddie Huang's best-selling memoir of the same name, "Fresh Off the Boat" takes a humorous look at the lives of immigrants in America. In the 1990s, Eddie, a hip-hop-loving 11-year-old, relocates with his parents and two brothers to suburban Orlando from the Chinatown section of Washington, D.C. As Eddie's dad, Louis, pursues the American dream by opening a western-themed restaurant named Cattleman's Ranch Steakhouse, Eddie and the rest of the family try to acclimate to their new, strange surroundings.

Latest episodes

aired 26 days ago
Eddie wants to join the football team, despite Jessica forbidding him to try out; Emery learns Evan will be in middle school with him; Louis battles with Kenny Roger's right-hand man over changes at the steakhouse.
aired 26 days ago
Still homeless, the Huangs move in with Honey and Marvin; Jessica gets a chance to compete on "Wheel of Fortune"; Eddie starts high school; Michael Bolton offers Louis some help.
aired 26 days ago
When Louis and Jessica make changes to provide their family with a better life, they learn the changes come with their own set of challenges.
aired 26 days ago
Eddie looks forward to starting high school with his friends; Jessica considers moving the family to a new neighborhood; Louis gets the opportunity to expand Cattleman's Ranch with his new silent partner, Michael Bolton.
aired 27 days ago
Jessica is happy to learn of Evan's interest in joining the debate team; Eddie and Emery team up to enter a comic book contest.
aired 27 days ago
After learning that Tiger Woods is half Thai, Louis and Jessica are inspired to make Eddie and Evan the next great Asian golf prodigies.
aired 27 days ago
Louis worries about Grandma's safety in her new motorized wheelchair; Jessica fears that Emery has turned into a hoarder; Eddie tries to hustle his way into Evan's successful side business.
aired 27 days ago
Louis and the boys splurge on a pricey pay-per-view wrestling match while Jessica sleeps off the flu.
aired 28 days ago
During a sleepover, Eddie and his friends try beer for the first time; Jessica, Emery, Evan and Honey take a road trip to Georgia.
aired 28 days ago
Jessica's ultra-competitive nature is on full display when the Huangs host game night for couples; Emery and Evan help Eddie grieve the unexpected, sudden death of rapper Notorious B.I.G.
aired 28 days ago
When Eddie is accused of stealing, Jessica realizes he has other motives for his actions; a TV crew comes to shoot an infomercial at Cattleman's Ranch.
aired 28 days ago
When Jessica accidentally befriends Marvin's ex-wife, she tries to help her and Honey settle their rift; Louis and the boys hope to surprise Grandma with a new motorized wheelchair.
aired 29 days ago
Jessica is excluded from the Neighborhood Watch because of her reputation as a non-team player; Eddie prepares for his perfect first kiss.
aired 29 days ago
Jessica is pleased to hear her sister has decided to go to college but does not support her decision to pursue an art degree; Marvin and Honey take Eddie, Emery and Evan to visit a retirement home.
aired 29 days ago
Jessica invites everyone she knows to attend a ceremony naming Louis "Small Businessman of the Year"; Eddie, Emery and Grandma start a clothing line.
aired 29 days ago
Jessica reveals shocking details about her past during a U.S. citizenship interview; on a day off from school, Eddie, Emery and Evan try to take the family minivan for a joyride.
aired 33 days ago
The Cattleman's Ranch serves as the polling place for the 1996 presidential election; Jessica suspects one of the restaurant employees is an undocumented immigrant; Eddie and his friends debate about who killed a famous rapper.
aired 33 days ago
In the spirit of Halloween, Louis makes every effort to scare Jessica, who's busy drafting a horror novel; Eddie and his friends are excited to party at Nicole's house with some high school kids.
aired 33 days ago
While showing Emery the ropes on his first day of middle school, Eddie reveals how he convinced the staff into believing fake Chinese customs that provide special privileges; Louis hires a housekeeper to help lighten Jessica's load at home.
aired 33 days ago
Louis' brother comes to visit with big news to share; Eddie tries to find a way to watch Chris Rock's latest comedy special.
aired 34 days ago
Eddie's girlfriend pulls out all the stops to impress Jessica; Emery asks Louis for help with his graduation speech; Grandma tries to make Eddie a new suit.

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