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Grew Up... as a freewheeling hippie in the 1960s.

Living... in her eclectic home in San Diego.

Visiting... the beach house the Bergsteins share with their family friends Robert and Grace Hanson. It’s her one sanctuary when her world gets turned upside down.  

Profession... art teacher. Frankie runs an art therapy program for ex-convicts – or as she calls them “rehabilitated former offenders.”

Interests... keeping up her flower-child ideals, taking drugs of the pot and peyote variety, saving the environment, watching televised spelling bees, making homemade yam lube, and trying to figure out new technology like video-blogging and tweeting.

Relationship Status... very complicated. Frankie spent 40 happy years married to her soulmate Sol and the couple raised two adopted kids named Coyote and Nwabudike (aka Bud) with a uniquely bohemian approach to life. But Frankie’s world comes crashing down around her when Sol announces he’s gay and that he’s leaving her to be with his long-time business partner Robert – the same Robert who has shared the beach house with them.

Challenge... coping with her husband’s revelation that he’s gay. Frankie’s dreams of living out her twilight years with the love of her life are suddenly gone. And to make matters even more confusing, she and Sol still share a loving bond. But Frankie’s immediate concern is learning to live with uptight Grace, who also winds up at the beach house. The two women have never seen eye to eye, but now Grace is the only one who really understands what Frankie is going through. And as Frankie explains, “We need people who know what we need, because we don’t. That’s why they’re called friends.”

Personality... free-spirited, open-minded, kind, sarcastic, messy, and totally unself-conscious.  Frankie chooses to see the world in an optimistic light whenever possible. She once explained, “I gained another pound today. But I think it’s a pound of knowledge.” She wants her life to be full of positive energy and she’s open to any new experiences that will help with that. As a child of the open-minded 1960s, she has little concern for privacy. She’s happy to chat with others about the embarrassing details of their lives or to share her own. That often leads her to clash with the very proper Grace, but they’re discovering that they need each other right now – for better or worse.

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Grace and Frankie

American comedy streaming television series

Grace and Frankie is an American comedy streaming television series created by Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris for Netflix. The series stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in the title roles of Grace Hanson and Frankie Bergstein, two unlikely friends who are brought together after their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married. Sam Waterston, Martin Sheen, Brooklyn Decker, Ethan Embry, June Diane Raphael, and Baron Vaughn co-star in supporting roles. It premiered on Netflix on May 8, 2015, with all 13 episodes of the first season released simultaneously. The second through sixth seasons, also consisting of 13 episodes each, were released on May 6, 2016, March 24, 2017, January 19, 2018, January 18, 2019, and January 15, 2020, respectively.[1][2][3]

Grace and Frankie received mixed reviews upon its debut, but its second and subsequent seasons have been met with a largely positive reception from television critics. It has received several nominations, including five Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy.

On September 4, 2019, the series was renewed for a seventh and final season consisting of 16 episodes.[4]

On March 12, 2020, production was halted on the final season, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jane Fonda indicated in an interview that production planned to resume filming in January 2021.[5] Production was delayed again and resumed in June 2021.[6] The seventh and final season premiered on August 13, 2021, when the first four episodes of the season were made available. The remaining 12 episodes of the season, now in production after the pandemic delay, are set to premiere in 2022.[7]

Premise[edit]

The series follows Grace Hanson, a sharp-tongued, retired cosmetics mogul, and Frankie Bergstein, a quirky art teacher, whose long-term husbands, Robert and Sol, are successful divorce lawyers in San Diego. Grace and Frankie's lives are turned upside down when Robert and Sol announce they are in love with each other and are leaving their wives. Now the women, who have never particularly liked each other, are forced to live together and experience a series of wacky adventures as they navigate family drama, medical scares, business ventures and romantic turmoil on their road to becoming best friends.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Jane Fonda as Grace Hanson (née Purcell), a no-nonsense cosmetics mogul who likes to drink martinis and always has a clever comment or (more often than not) insult to throw your way. After years of conflict, she and Frankie have become best friends. Grace is also mother to Brianna and Mallory, grandmother to Madison, Macklin and the twins, ex-wife of Robert and later wife of Nick.
  • Lily Tomlin as Frances "Frankie" Bergstein (née Mengela), a goofy artist who “rides her own wave” and often finds herself in hilarious situations that require Grace to rescue her. Creative and spiritual, Frankie cares very deeply about her loved ones and would do anything to protect them. She is Grace's best friend, Bud & Coyote's adoptive mother, Faith's grandmother, Allison's mother-in-law and Sol's ex-wife.
  • Sam Waterston as Sol Bergstein, a sweet, gentle ex-divorce lawyer turned activist for gay rights. Sol was married to Frankie for 40 years but for half of his marriage he was in love with another man, Robert, and eventually the two couldn't hide it any longer. Sol is also Robert's husband, Bud & Coyote's adoptive father, Faith's grandfather, Allison's father-in-law and Frankie's ex-husband.
  • Martin Sheen as Robert Hanson, a successful divorce lawyer who threw himself into theatre following retirement. He was married to Grace for 40 years and the couple had two daughters, Brianna & Mallory. However, Robert soon began to fall for another man, Sol, and the feeling was mutual. Eventually the two couldn't hide it any longer and told their respective wives. Robert is Sol's husband, Grace's ex-husband, Brianna & Mallory's father, grandfather to Macklin, Madison and the twins and close friend to Peter.
  • Brooklyn Decker as Mallory Hanson, second-born daughter to Grace & Robert, younger sister to Brianna and mother to Madison, Macklin and the twins. At the start of the series, she is married to Mitch, but the two divorce in season 3. She is also stepdaughter to Nick.
  • Ethan Embry as Coyote Bergstein, first-born adoptive child of Frankie & Sol, older brother to Bud, uncle to Faith and ex-boyfriend to Nadia. Coyote is a recovering addict and has trouble finding steady employment.
  • June Diane Raphael as Brianna Hanson, first-born child of Robert & Grace who now runs Say Grace, a successful cosmetics company that Grace gave her after retiring. Brianna leads the company as CEO and is never afraid to call someone out for anything. Sharp, impatient and fiery, Brianna resembles her mother personalitywise more than her sister, Mallory. Bri is also the girlfriend (later fiancée) to Barry, aunt to Mallory's kids, arch rival to Lauren and stepdaughter to Nick.
  • Baron Vaughn as Nwabudike "Bud" Bergstein, second-born adoptive child of Frankie & Sol, younger brother to Coyote, father to Faith and Allison's husband. Bud is a lawyer, and, similar to Brianna, now runs the law firm left to him by his father, Sol, after the latter retired.

Recurring[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Grace and Frankie episodes

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In March 2014, Netflix finalized a deal for a 13-episode straight-to-series order for Grace and Frankie, with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin attached to star in the lead roles. The series was written and created by Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris, who also serve as executive producers alongside Fonda, Tomlin, Paula Weinstein and Tate Taylor, and Skydance Productions' Dana Goldberg, David Ellison, and Marcy Ross.[9]

On May 26, 2015, Netflix renewed the series for a second season[10] which premiered on May 6, 2016.[11] On December 10, 2015, the series was renewed for a third season[12] which premiered on March 24, 2017.[13] On April 12, 2017, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which premiered on January 19, 2018.[14][15] On February 15, 2018, the series was renewed for a fifth season.[16]

Casting[edit]

Casting announcements began in June 2014, with Martin Sheen cast in the role of Robert, Grace's husband.[17] The following month, Sam Waterston was cast in the role of Sol, Frankie's husband.[18]June Diane Raphael and Baron Vaughn were then added to the cast, with Raphael cast in the role of Brianna, Grace and Robert's elder daughter, who rebels against Grace's decorum. Vaughn signed onto the role of Nwabudike, Frankie and Sol's son.[19] Shortly afterwards, Ethan Embry and Brooklyn Decker were cast in the remaining roles on the series. Embry joined in the role of Coyote, Frankie and Sol's recovering drugaddicted son, while Decker signed onto the role of Mallory, Grace and Robert's younger daughter.[20] In October 2015, it was announced Sam Elliott would appear in the second season as Grace's love interest.[21] In April 2017, it was reported Lisa Kudrow will appear in the fourth season as Sheree, Grace's manicurist.[14] In February 2018, the same day as the fifth season was commissioned, RuPaul was confirmed to appear in the fifth season as a rival of Grace and Frankie.[16]

Filming[edit]

Production on season one of Grace and Frankie began in Los Angeles, California, in early August 2014, and ended in late November.[22] Production on season two of the series began in July 2015, and ended in November the same year.[23][24]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The first season of Grace and Frankie received mixed reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a rating of 57%, based on 40 reviews, with an average rating of 6.42/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Grace and Frankie's stellar cast adds an undeniable appeal, although its sloppy dialogue and clichéd sitcom setup will still leave most viewers wanting."[25] On Metacritic the season has a score of 58 out of 100, based on 27 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[26]

The second season received a more positive reception from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a rating of 91%, based on 11 reviews, with an average rating of 7.34/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Grace & Frankie gets better with age in a heartwarming, character driven second season full of humor that is both fun and obnoxious."[27] On Metacritic, the season has a score of 62 out of 100, based on 6 critics, indicating "generally favourable reviews".[28] Jasef Wisener of TVOvermind gave the second season a 4.5/5, calling it "heartfelt and hilarious" and "a huge improvement over the sometimes sluggish first season."[33]

The third, fourth, and fifth season each have 100% ratings on Rotten Tomatoes with average ratings of 7.5/10,[29] 8.42/10,[30] and 6.33/10[31] respectively. The site's critical consensus for season five reads, "Five seasons in, Grace & Frankie remain blissfully at the top of their game, thanks to Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin's undeniable bond."[31]

Accolades[edit]

Controversy[edit]

After the show's release, Tomlin and Fonda expressed displeasure once it became public their salaries were just equal to those of Sheen and Waterston, even though "the show is not 'Sol and Robert', it's 'Grace and Frankie,'" in the words of Lily Tomlin,[53] and contended this constituted a significant pay inequity. Shortly thereafter, Sheen and Waterston went on the record to support their co-stars' demands for a salary increase, with Waterston being quoted as saying: "I think they're being cheated".[54] After fans of the show gathered nearly 200,000 signatures on a petition protesting the disparity, the two actresses issued a public statement backing away from criticism, saying: "This just reminds us to be mindful of how things come across in interviews. We appreciate everyone's support and the attention to this issue, but the structure of Grace and Frankie is fair, and we couldn't be happier to work with Skydance, Netflix and the great cast of this show."[55] Fonda and Tomlin made a statement to The Wrap they were never unhappy with the salaries to start with and they had "made a joke in an interview about our salaries, which was taken out of context."[55]

Home media[edit]

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External links[edit]

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Sol Bergstein : I'm, as it turns out, a homosexual. And I'm married to another... homosexual.

Frankie Bergstein : A good Christian homosexual.

Sol Bergstein : Well, Catholic. Unfortunately, we're separated right now, mostly because I sinned... Heterosexually.

Krystle : Uh-huh.

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Hi! Do any of you bitches have some gum?

—Frankie to women gossiping about her

Frances "Frankie" Bergstein (née Mengela)[2] is one of the main characters in Grace and Frankie. She is the ex-wife of Sol Bergstein, mother of Coyote and Nwabudike Bergstein, and best-friend/housemate of Grace Hanson.

She is a member of the Bergstein Family.

Biography

Frances "Frankie" Mengela was born as the eldest of three children. As a child, she was really close to her sister Teddie but they grew apart over the years. Her brother Robin was killed in a car accident as a teenager. Frankie, 18 at the time, left the house because of how the grief affected her parents.

She married Sol Bergstein. Before the wedding, her sister Teddie tried to warn her Sol might be gay (which turned out to be true). Frankie broke off all contact because of this.

Frankie regretted not being able to get pregnant but she and her husband adopted and raised two sons: Nwabudike "Bud" Douglas Bergstein (1984) and Coyote Bergstein (1983). She considered naming Coyote "Robin" but ulitmately decided not to.

Trivia

  • Frankie is an aspiring artist.
  • Frankie often meditates, smokes drugs and goes on spirit quests.
  • Her Twitter handle is "suckitaynrand".
  • She is seismophobic[3] and is also afraid of guns.[4]
  • Her favorite restaurant is Del Taco.
  • Frankie drives a (usually filthy) Nissan Leaf.
  • Her favorite TV show is Ray Donovan
  • Frankie and Sol's favorite TV show they enjoyed watching together was Scripps National Spelling Bee

Quotes

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How quickly ecological entitlement becomes environmental rape
—Frankie to Grace[src]

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Personal lubricant is for everybody!
—Frankie to Bri[src]

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No no, you cannot kill crickets. They're Mother Earth's tiny musicians
—Frankie to Jacob[src]

Photos

References

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