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Aliens in America

American sitcom

Aliens in America

Genre situation comedy and teen sitcom
Country of origin United States of America
Number of episodes 18
Number of seasons 1

About Aliens in America

Aliens in America: A Refreshing Take on the American Dream

Aliens in America, a 2007 television show, is a refreshing take on the American Dream. The show follows the story of a Pakistani exchange student, Raja, who moves in with a Wisconsin family. The show tackles issues of race, religion, and identity with humor and heart.

The show's standout performances come from Adhir Kalyan, who plays Raja, and Dan Byrd, who plays Justin, the family's teenage son. Kalyan brings a nuanced portrayal of a young man trying to navigate a new culture while staying true to his own beliefs. Byrd's performance as the awkward and endearing Justin is a highlight of the show.

Aliens in America also tackles important social issues, such as Islamophobia and xenophobia, with sensitivity and humor. The show's creators, David Guarascio and Moses Port, drew on their own experiences growing up in predominantly white communities to create a show that is both funny and poignant.

Despite critical acclaim, Aliens in America was canceled after just one season. However, the show's impact can still be felt today. It paved the way for other shows that tackle issues of race and identity, such as Master of None and Fresh Off the Boat.

In a time when diversity and representation are more important than ever, Aliens in America remains a relevant and important show. It is a reminder that the American Dream is not just for white, middle-class families, but for everyone.


1. "Aliens in America: TV Review." The Hollywood Reporter, 1 Oct. 2007,

2. "Aliens in America: Season 1." Rotten Tomatoes,

Main cast and crew

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37 years, 4 months, 11 days


37 years, 4 months, 11 days

Born first

20 November 1985

Born last

20 November 1985

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