Irishman Benjamin Madigan is a successful New York architect, recently divorced, who tries to get back into the dating scene with help from teenage son Luke. Seamus, Ben's widower father, ... See full summary »

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Cindy Chupack
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Gabriel Byrne ...  Benjamin Madigan 12 episodes, 2000
Roy Dotrice ...  Seamus Madigan 12 episodes, 2000
John Hensley ...  Luke Madigan 12 episodes, 2000
Grant Shaud ...  Alex Rosetti 12 episodes, 2000
Sabrina Lloyd ...  Wendy Lipton 5 episodes, 2000
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Irishman Benjamin Madigan is a successful New York architect, recently divorced, who tries to get back into the dating scene with help from teenage son Luke. Seamus, Ben's widower father, also moves in with the Madigan men, and much hilarity ensues. Written by Brian Barjenbruch

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USA

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English

Release Date:

6 October 2000 (USA) See more »

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Madigan de père en fils See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Benjamin Madigan: Why is my 17-year-old son in a bar?
Seamus Madigan: Oh, pipe down, will ye? We were takin' you to pubs in Dublin when you were six!
Benjamin Madigan: Oh, yes, I forgot, the Irish Head Start program.
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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Rob Lowe/Eminem (2000) See more »

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A fond Farewell
12 March 2001 | by webstewardSee all my reviews

Well, the Disney folks have done it again to ABC and its shrinking pool of eyeballs. They put "Madigan Men" on hiatus, a polite TV term for lethal injection. The show wasn't smutty enough like "Two guys and a pizza girl", a show that set the record for getting two characters in bed (43 seconds).

"Madigan Men" could have found an audience given the time. Irish Americans have not had a decent series since "The Cavanaughs".


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