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The New Adventures of Old Christine is an American comedy series starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus which ran for five seasons on CBS from March 13, 2006 to May 12, 2010. The show received nine Emmy Award nominations, winning one for Louis-Dreyfus' performance in the first season.
Christine Campbell (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is a neurotic divorced mother and owner of a women's gym who is in a constant struggle to keep pace with those around her. A frequent fixture in her life is her irresponsible ex-husband Richard (Clark Gregg), whose new girlfriend (Emily Rutherfurd) is also named Christine, hence the nickname "Old Christine".
Dreyfus' character Christine lives with her son, Ritchie (Trevor Gagnon) and her brother, Matthew (Hamish Linklater), while Christine's best friend and colleague Barb (Wanda Sykes) is constantly a shoulder for Christine to lean upon.
Christine also struggles with her inferiority complex with the bitchy "meanie-moms", Marly Ehrhardt (Tricia O'Kelley) and Lindsay (Alex Kapp Horner) at her son's private school.