Just Jordan (2007–2008)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family

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A young man rises to stardom under the tutelage of his teacher-turned-manager.

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Alison Taylor

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29 January 2007 | GrLz_06
| Surprising Good
At first this show didn't seem that good. The commercials make "JUst Jordan" seem weird, unfunny, and a bit lame. Yet when you begin to watch it's funny and has good plots. "Just Jordan" is about a 14 year old named Jordan (no duh) new to L.A. and lives with his grandfather, mom, and younger sister. In L.A.

Jordan works at his grandfather's restaurant, he also goes to school and makes friends such as a basketball star, Tony and a weird yet amusing pal, Joaqin. Jordan has to deal with growing up, dating, school, and family. The show might not be the best but for Nickeloden it's good.

Tony and Jordan didn't get along at first, they were actually competition. While basketball try outs were being held Tony was Jordan's biggest competition.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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