Committed (2001 TV series)

Genre Animation
Created by Michael Fry
Mary Feller
Written by Michael Fry
Directed by Dennis Miller
Voices of Eugene Levy
Catherine O'Hara
Andrea Martin
Dave Foley
Annick Obonsawin
Charlotte Arnold
Cole Caplan
Theme music composer Steve Mooney
Opening theme Trisha Yearwood
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Annie Groovie
Producer(s) Frank Saperstein
Editor(s) Kelly Vrooman
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Nelvana
Philippines Animation Studios
Distributor Warner Bros. Television
Original network CTV
Original release March 3 – June 8, 2001

Committed is a Canadian animated television series that aired on CTV in Canada in 2001, and WE tv in the United States in 2002.

It was based on an American comic strip of the same name by Michael Fry, better known for Over the Hedge.

All 13 episodes of the show can be seen viewed on Amazon Video.

American country singer Trisha Yearwood performs the theme song to the series.

Voice actors and their characters


When the babysitter quits, working parents Liz and Joe Larsen have to scramble to find childcare for their two-year-old potty training Nicholas.
Liz faces a performance review at work, while trying to keep track of three sick kids and a husband facing a writing deadline.
Liz comes home from work to find the house a mess and her family oblivious.
After Tracy gets a part in an experimental school play, Joe and Liz disagree about how to best encourage her new-found interest in acting.
Having scheduled a romantic date night, Liz ends up reassessing the state of her marriage while waiting for Joe to watch the last two minutes of a championship basketball game.
Joie de Tot, Nicholas' daycare center, has just installed a web cam so the parents can watch their kids during the day.
When ten-year-old Tracy decides she needs a bra, Liz is forced to face the reality that her little girl is becoming a pre-woman.
On a field trip, Zelda's bus has a minor accident.
The new next-door neighbors ask the Larsens to dog-sit in their all-new, cutting edge computer controlled home.
Liz discovers that Zelda's Girl Tracker cookie drive is not only controlled by the mob, but that the cookies are made by her company.
Liz suggests to a bored Zelda that she throw herself into hobby.
After a career day at school, Zelda and Tracy discover that going to college costs money.
Liz questions her attractiveness when Joe is picked to judge "The Miss Downloadable" beauty contest.

Differences from the comic strip


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