ADDITIONAL NOTES: full season of 22 episodes ordered on 10/13/15; two additional episodes ordered on 11/17/15
DESCRIPTION: (from ABC's press release, May 2015) Hip-hop loving Eddie Huang has moved with his family from Chinatown in Washington, D.C. to suburban Orlando, where they learn very quickly that things are very different there. Orlando doesn't even have a Chinatown - unless you count the Huang house. Despite the culture shock, the Huangs are slowly making Orlando their own - to the point that they've even been asked to join the country club. Dad Louis Huang's restaurant Cattleman's Ranch Steakhouse is starting to flourish after a wobbly start. Mom Jessica is determined to become the best real estate agent in all of Orlando, and has even made a friend in trophy wife Honey. Brother Emery is the most popular guy at his elementary school who all of the ladies love, while little brother Evan just wants to win at poker against Grandma Huang. Eddie and his posse of misfit friends are a thorn in the side of the teaching staff at Abraham Lincoln Middle School. Like his idol, The Notorious B.I.G., Eddie's a guy with mad dreams - whether it's to run for school president or finally get the hottest girl on the block to acknowledge his existence. "Fresh Off the Boat" is the classic immigrant story, seen through the eyes of a first-generation Asian American kid. Inspired by chef Eddie Huang's memoir, "Fresh Off the Boat" stars Randall Park as Louis, Constance Wu as Jessica, Hudson Yang as Eddie, Forrest Wheeler as Emery and Ian Chen as Evan. "Fresh Off the Boat" is written by Nahnatchka Khan. Executive producers are Nahnatchka Khan, Jake Kasdan and Melvin Mar. "Fresh Off the Boat" is produced by 20th Century Fox Television.