How To Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)” has been canceled by ABC


•• Very sad news, ABC has decided not to pick up the comedy, which starred Sarah Chalke as a newly-divorced mom who moves back in with her mom (Elizabeth Perkins) and step-father (Brad Garrett), for a second season. “How To Live With Your Parents”, shortened from “How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life)” made its debut in April and boasted a pretty impressive 8.44 million total viewers and 2.9 rating in the key 18-49 demographic. With the exception of one episode, “How To Live With Your Parents” performed pretty well, mainly staying above a 2.0 rating and 6 million total viewers.

How To Live With Your Parents – Ep. 6

•• “How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest of Your Life)” episode 6 “How to Fix Up Your Ex” aired this Wednesday, May 8 on the ABC Television Network. Episode stills and high definition screencaptures can be found at the photo gallery. Check out some thumbnails below the episode synopsis.

-Episode Synopsis: How To Fix Up Your Ex” – With Polly now happily dating, Natalie wants her dad to also have someone, and guilts Polly into helping Julian find a girl. Meanwhile, Elaine and Max, who have always been unapologetic about who they are, realize they have to make some changes for the sake of Natalie.

“How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life)” stars Sarah Chalke as Polly, Elizabeth Perkins as Elaine, Jon Dore as Julian, Rachel Eggleston as Natalie, Stephanie Hunt as Jenn and Brad Garrett as Max.Guest cast: Joe Wengert as Gregg, Reid Scott as Scott Marcos, Pooch Hall as Ryan, Daneel Ackles as Olivia. “How To Fix Up Your Ex” was written by Franklin Hardy & Shane Kosakowski and directed by Michael Patrick Jann.


Elizabeth Perkins talks about her new documentary project and comedy show in “Home & Family”

•• Elizabeth Perkins stopped by to chat about her new show “How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)” in “Home & Family”. Elizabeth also discussed about her 2005 diabetes diagnosis and how the experience compelled her to shine a new light on diabetes by producing a new documentary “Strength in Numbers.” And later, Elizabeth took over “Home & Family” kitchen and showed to the public how to make an authentic and diabetic-friendly traditional greek salad. No lettuce used in this recipe, it’s the way us Greeks make it, check it out below!

-Box of small/medium ripe tomatoes
-Small red onion
-4 Persian cucumbers
-Feta Cheese
-Virgin olive oil
-1 ripe lemon
-Sea salt
-Cracked black pepper
-Fresh mint
-Kalamata olives

01. Cut tomatoes in halves. Place in salad bowl.
02. Thinly slice red onion (small slivers) using only ⅓ of the onion. Not too much onion! Place in bowl with tomatoes.
03. Slice the cucumbers thick and cut each slice in ½. Place in bowl with tomatoes and red onions.
04. Crumble ¼ cup to ½ cup of feta cheese and place in bowl with the vegetables.
05. Drizzle with olive oil.
06. Cut lemon in ½ and squeeze over salad.
07. Chop fresh mint and use with sea salt and cracked black pepper to taste!
08. You can also throw in some Kalamata olives if you want!

Learn more about Elizabeth’s new documentary “Strength in Numbers” at “How To Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)” airs Wednesdays @ 9:30p/8:30c on ABC. View the video interview here!

Sanofi US and actress Elizabeth Perkins premiere Documentary: Diabetes Co-Stars presents “Strength in Numbers”

•• Elizabeth Perkins stars the captivating documentary about why it’s important to have a strong support system. The documentary also features “Diabetes Co-Stars” casting call winner Anne Casey & Amanda Bauer and Eugenio and Naiomi Rivera. Sanofi US is supporting the Diabetes Hands Foundation with an initial $10,000 program sponsorship. But, when the documentary reaches 10,000 online views, Sanofi US will double that sponsorship for a total of $20,000.   

Sanofi US and Golden Globe and Emmy nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins proudly premiered the Diabetes Co-Stars documentary, “Strength in Numbers” at the American Diabetes Association Expo in Los Angeles, CA this past weekend. The film, produced by Elizabeth and her co-star and husband Julio Macat, features her diabetes story as well as two other inspirational stories from the 2012 Diabetes Co-Stars casting call contest – best friends Amanda Bauer and Anne Casey from New York, and father-daughter duo Eugenio and Naiomi Rivera from Texas.

The pairs were selected because of their empowering stories of dedication and support, with Amanda and Anne giving back to their community by spearheading support groups for youth living with diabetes, and Eugenio and Naiomi guiding one another through their daily diabetes management. The documentary highlights their stories, in addition to Elizabeth and Julio’s, and can be viewed online at

“Hearing these stories, I truly identified with the level of support and caring these people showed one another and was so excited to feature them in this documentary,” said Elizabeth Perkins, star of the new ABC sitcom ‘How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life).’ “The Diabetes Co-Stars program is close to my heart because it celebrates those who support the 26 million Americans living with diabetes every day and this film shines a light on these inspiring people.”

Elizabeth Perkins, who is living with type 1 diabetes, produced the documentary as part of her partnership with Sanofi US on the Diabetes Co-Stars campaign, which has brought awareness to millions of Americans about the power of a support team for people living with diabetes since the program’s launch in 2010. She currently uses Lantus® SoloSTAR® (insulin glargine [rDNA origin] injection) as part of her overall diabetes treatment plan, along with exercise, healthy diet and the support from her family and friends. To learn more about how you can support your loved ones with diabetes, please visit

Elizabeth Perkins: Ageless Icon of Diabetics Around the World

•• SANOFI is a pharmaceutical company founded by René Sautier and Jean-François Dehecq on 1973. This corporation continually grew as they were able to acquire a number of French, American, and European pharmaceutical companies. Their aim was to innovate through releasing cures such as: colorectal cancer treatment Eloxatine, human vaccines, multiple sclerosis-alleviator Aubagio, and the life-saving Lantus Insulin Glargine [rDNA origin] injection pen for Type 1 Diabetics. With the pharmaceutical group branching to other parts of the world, one of their main focuses when it comes to diabetic cures would be in the Hispanic country of Spain.

According to medical journals, Type 1 Diabetes is a kind of condition wherein the pancreas does not produce insulin. It has been recorded that an average of a whopping 100,000 young people aged 30 years and below are at risk of being of this disease every year in a study derived from the Catalan Registry of Diabetes Mellitus in Catalonia, Spain between 1989-1998. Being tagged as a rare kind ailment, a lot of Type 1-diagnosed people are still voiceless in terms of making the world aware about this. With this information and the onset of American television series appreciation in the Hispanic country, SANOFI came up with the idea of having a spokesperson that everyone around the world recognizes. Then comes “Weeds” star, Elizabeth Perkins.

“Weeds” is a dramedy (combined drama and comedy) American TV series. The show basically depicts the life struggle of the female protagonist “Nancy Botwin,” played Mary Louise Parker. Suddenly caught in a situation wherein she unwittingly became a jobless widower who has to support 2 children, and the only alternative that she can opt for is to sell “weeds” or a certain illegal substance. Elizabeth on the other was able to land a pivotal supporting role in the show. Playing the character of the rich “Celia Hodes,” Perkin’s alter-ego was all about manipulation and betrayal. With the fact that her role involves backstabbing the female lead, fans increased their affinity to Celia Hodes to the point that every fan of the show “loves to hate her (Celia).” The show gained admirers from across the world, most especially Hispanics as most of the episodes had some of the other characters switch their dialogues to Spanish; given that the lives of all the roles in the show revolve on a fictional Mexican cartel. With an eerie resemblance to issues simmering in Spain and Mexico, the series became a social eye-opener. But as the show gradually catapulted to international fame, Elizabeth was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.

Despite all these, Perkins was able to squeeze in charitable works. Being a spokesperson for SANOFI’s “Diabetes Co-Stars,” she was able to promote awareness of Type 1 Diabetes and the use of Insulin injection pen; thus being able to make waves even in European countries with high affliction rates like Spain and Italy. Another significant contribution she has done would be attending the Maximum Hope Foundation’s 3rd Celebrity Poker Tournament. As such, this institution aids families that are afflicted with life-threatening illnesses. Much like partypoker tournaments, the event offered many rounds of poker that delighted patrons. Held at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Elizabeth participated in several games with celebrities such as: Brad Garrett, Teri Hatcher, and many more. This project emulated what online poker sites have always promoted: risking a lot, helping others, and having a great experience all at the same time.
With a beauteous face and an impressive acting career, Elizabeth Perkins is truly an ageless icon of Diabetics around the world.

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