8 Immigrant Family Stories Being Told on TV Right Now (PHOTOS)

Meaghan Darwish

As more and more shows get picked up at networks, there's a clear trend developing—stories focused on immigrant families.

Immigration wasn't always part of the conversation on sitcoms and family dramas, but with shows like Jane the Virgin and Master of None blazing a trail with examples of first-generation Americans, audiences have come to welcome these diverse stories.

And now, we have even more diverse family programming on the way. There's Apple's recently-ordered anthology series, Little America, penned by spouses Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon, who recently co-wrote The Big Sick. Plus, even reboots like Party of Five and Roswell are tackling the topic.

Click through our gallery above for all of the current and coming programming.

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Plus, 'Party of Five,' 'Facts of Life,' and more keep on coming.