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Draper's jazz musician husband Michael Wolff, known for leading the band on The Arsenio Hall Show, serves as the music supervisor and co-executive producer, with Draper's brother, Tim, as the consulting producer.
The show first aired two episodes in the United States on February 3, 2007 to an audience of roughly 3.7 million viewers.
None of this was calculated at all on any of our parts.
What originally happened was that Nat and Alex had a band, and the idea evolved based on that.
In addition to prohibiting their boys from searching their names online, Draper and Wolff forbid them from auditioning.
The boys are also enrolled in private school in New York City to keep them exposed to the real world.
Three seasons aired and it concluded abruptly on June 13, 2009 due to the network placing high demands on the family that would disrupt the siblings' schooling. Cable Award; 2 Writers Guild Award nominations, winning one WGA; 3 Young Artist Award nominations; and was nominated for 1 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award (both in the United States and United Kingdom).
Having our life turned into a mockumentary wasn’t as big a deal as some would think.
In addition to Draper, the other writers for the series were Magda Liolis, and Michael Rubiner and Bob Mittenthal. ' I say, 'It's the same as in real life.' They don't listen to me as a mother. By the third season, Draper and Judge directed every other TV movie, with Mark Salisbury directing the initial animated episode and Rosario Roveto, Jr. Draper managed to also keep an eye on her two boys.Draper recalls, "When Nickelodeon first asked us about doing a series, we said, 'How about a cartoon, so the kids could stay normal? Draper mentions in early 2008 during a family interview at the Times Center Stage that, prior to the series' broadcast, she advised the other cast members to not look themselves up online.Draper told them that they should not become preoccupied by the comments written by either the press or their viewers.They play Jesse's sisters named Tessy and Bessy who appear as the dancing girls in Alex's new music video.In addition, Qaasim's real life mother, the actress and singer-songwriter Toni Seawright, as well as his younger brother Kahlil (also an actor and musician) appear as themselves during the second season, while Seawright reprises her role in the third season.
Nat's fictional female admirer and real life friends—including the guitarist who had no prior acquaintance with the family—feature as the other band members, with the siblings' father and Draper's husband as their inept accordion-playing dad, and Draper's niece as the group's babysitter.