FRIENDSHIP. ADVENTURE. MAGIC.
Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street is an award-winning TV series created by David Anaxagoras that follows Gortimer and his two best friends, Ranger and Mel, as they face the challenges of growing up on Normal Street — a seemingly ordinary suburb that has a hint of something magical just beneath the surface. The trio set out to end a jinx while helping the unluckiest kid on Normal Street, solve a mystery before a spooky spirit turns them into ghost stories, find a fabled lost treasure, and outsmart fate after some advice from a fortune teller.
- Winner — Best Non-animated or Mixed Series
WGA Award 2017
- Winner — Laurie Parres, “Mel vs. the Night Mare of Normal Street,”Outstanding Children’s Script — Episodic and Specials
DGA Award 2017
- Nominee — Alethea Jones, “Gortimer and the Jacks of All Trades,” Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs
- Winner — Gold Award
WGA Award 2016
Outstanding Children’s Script — Episodic and Specials
- Winner — Gretchen Enders & Aminta Goyel, “Gortimer, Ranger, Mel and the Endless Night”
- Nominee — David Anaxagoras and Luke Matheny, “Gortimer vs. the Relentless Rainbow of Joy”
- Nominee — Laurie Parres, “Ranger vs. the Fabled Flower of Normal Street”
- Nominee — Garrett Frawley & Brian Turner, “Gortimer and the Surprise Signature”
DGA Award 2016
- Nominee — Sasie Sealy, “Gortimer and the Vengeful Violinist,” Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs
Humanitas Prize 2016
- Winner — Garrett Frawley & Brian Turner, “Gortimer and the Surprise Signature”
- Finalist — Gretchen Enders, “Ranger and the Legend of Pendragon’s Gavel”
Parents Choice Foundation Awards 2016
- Winner — Gold Award
Parents Choice Foundation Awards 2015
- Winner — Silver Honor
Young Artist Awards 2015
- Winner — Sloane Siegel, Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Leading Young Actor
Daytime Emmy Awards 2015
- Nominee — Eduardo Mayen, Outstanding Single Camera Photography
“This adult found himself gobbling the four episodes Amazon sent as if I were raiding my kids’ Halloween candy.”
An inventive and terrific kids’ show that grown-ups may want to watch as well.
San Francisco Chronicle
Gortimer is charming, endearing, a little magical and a lot wonderful.