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Every Fan-Favourite TV Show Family That Hated Each Other In Reality

Every TV show family seems perfect. Often, the closest actors on screen have no kinship off the camera. The reasons for feuds and fallouts between the actors range from inappropriate behaviour to general dislike to wrong contract negotiations! Here’s to some such TV show families:

1. The Brady Bunch

The two Brady sisters, Marcia (Maureen McCormick) and Jan (Eve Plumb), could not stand each other. The bickering grew worse as they grew up. McCormick believed Eve resented her because she got more attention on sets.

The Brady Bunch
Marcia, Jan, Cindy

2. Two And A Half Men

Charlie Sheen’s exit from this TV show family was a public spectacle. Sheen on a radio interview called the creator, Chuck Lorre, a clown. Soon after he was fired from the show and that’s when Sheen called his co-star, Jon Cryer, a turncoat, a traitor, and a troll. 

2. Two And A Half Men: Charlie Sheen's exit from this TV show family was a public spectacle. Sheen on a radio interview called the creator, Chuck Lorre, a clown. Soon after he was fired from the show and that's when Sheen called his co-star, Jon Cryer, a turncoat, a traitor, and a troll. 
Charlie and Jon

3. Charmed

This show about three magical sisters was cursed from the beginning. The two leads, Alyssa Milano and Shannen Doherty did not get along. So much so that Doherty left the show. There was a lot of stress and silent treatments between the two ladies. Doherty quoted that nothing was worth the drama on the sets, not even the paycheck.

3. Charmed This show about three magical sisters was cursed from the beginning. The two leads, Alyssa Milano and Shannen Doherty did not get along. So much so that Doherty left the show. There was a lot of stress and silent treatments between the two ladies. Doherty quoted that nothing was worth the drama on the sets, not even the paycheck.TV show family
Charmed!

4. Family Matters

Jaleel White (Urkel) said there was always an underlying tension between him and the older cast members. Originally, Urkel was supposed to be a guest spot. So the older cast resented White because the network shifted the focus to Urkel.

Family Matters
The Family

5. Shameless

The onscreen TV show family, the Gallaghers, also had its share of offscreen tiffs. But their conflicts and tensions were more like an underlying current. Emma Kenney (Debbie) said that the set became more peaceful after Emmy Rossum (Fiona) left the show. If Emmy was having a bad day, it became a bad day for everyone on the sets.

5. Shameless The onscreen TV show family, the Gallaghers, also had its share of offscreen tiffs. But their conflicts and tensions were more like an underlying current. Emma Kenney (Debbie) said that the set became more peaceful after Emmy Rossum (Fiona) left the show. If Emmy was having a bad day, it became a bad day for everyone on the sets.
Fiona and Debbie

6. Life Goes On

This TV show tested Patti LuPone’s (Libby Thatcher) patience. There was no love lost between Lupone and Bill Smitrovich(Drew Thatcher). They laughed and did their scenes together and did not glance at each other once the scene was over. However, Smitrovich thought Patti was very dramatic!

6. Life Goes On This TV show tested Patti LuPone's (Libby Thatcher) patience. There was no love lost between Lupone and Bill Smitrovich(Drew Thatcher). They laughed and did their scenes together and did not glance at each other once the scene was over. However, Smitrovich thought Patti was very dramatic!
Life Goes On

7. The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

The Prince (Will Smith) and Aunt Vivian (Jane Hubert) were a team on screen and the opposite in real life. Hubert was replaced in the third season of the show. Hubert felt that Smith disliked her, and so did the cast. And this cost her the contract. The happy TV show family had more than its share of discord.

7. The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air The Prince (Will Smith) and Aunt Vivian (Jane Hubert) were a team on screen and the opposite in real life. Hubert was replaced in the third season of the show. Hubert felt that Smith disliked her, and so did the cast. And this cost her the contract. The happy TV show family had more than its share of discord.
Smith and Hubert

8. The Andy Griffith Show

Andy Griffith and Frances Bavier had a problematic relationship. Bavier never felt like she was a part of the boy gang. Likewise, Griffith thought that Bavier was not in good shape emotionally.

8. The Andy Griffith Show Andy Griffith and Frances Bavier had a problematic relationship. Bavier never felt like she was a part of the boy gang. Likewise, Griffith thought that Bavier was not in good shape emotionally.
Andy Griffith and Aunt Bee

9. Diff’rent Strokes

Todd Bridges slapped Gary Coleman! They both got into an argument backstage. Apparently Coleman also retaliated with a slap. However, there is no chance of a reconciliation of the TV show family as two of the three young leads died tragically after the show ended.

9. Diff'rent Strokes Todd Bridges slapped Gary Coleman! They both got into an argument backstage. When Bridges didn't have a comeback, he slapped Coleman, who then hit him back! There is no chance of a reconciliation of the TV show family as two of the three young leads died tragically after the show ended.
Todd and Gary

10. Roseanne

Roseanne Barr made some racist remarks in a tweet and was fired from the show as a result. The show was renamed “The Connors” and managed to stay on the air by sheer luck. Sara Gilbert said in a tweet of her own that the entire TV show family- cast and crew- did not share Barr’s views. Barr felt that this tweet destroyed her personally and professionally.

Roseanne, TV show family
Roseanne’s Family

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