Meet the Barkers
GenreReality
Directed byAlan Finn
Cameron Glendenning
StarringTravis Barker
Shanna Moakler
Theme music composerPeter Perret, Blink-182
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes16
Production
Executive producersRod Aissa
Lois Clark Curren
Marcus J. Fox
Melanie Graham
Jesse Ignjatovic
ProducerNate Hayden
Running time30 mins.
Release
Original networkMTV
Original releaseApril 6, 2005 (2005-04-06) –
February 7, 2006 (2006-02-07)

Meet the Barkers is a reality television series which aired on MTV.[1] The series followed the everyday life of married couple, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler, as well as Moakler and Barker's two children, Alabama Luella Barker and Landon Asher Barker.[2] Moakler and Oscar De La Hoya's daughter, Atiana Cecelia De La Hoya, also appeared on the show.[3] Meet the Barkers lasted two seasons, airing 16 episodes.[4]

In 2008, MuchMusic (before becoming Much) started airing Meet the Barkers after Barker's involvement with the 2008 South Carolina Learjet 60 crash.

Family members

Episode guide

Season 1

Ep # Title Airdate
1 "It's Moving Day for the Barkers!" April 6, 2005
2 "Mr. Mom" April 13, 2005
3 "The Juicy Black Dress" April 13, 2005
4 "Wedding Issues" April 27, 2005
5 "Barkers' Bachelor Party" May 4, 2005
6 "Travis' Birthday Bash" May 11, 2005
7 "Episode 7" May 18, 2005
8 "Episode 8" May 25, 2005
9 "Episode 9" June 1, 2005
10 "Episode 10" June 8, 2005

Season 2

Ep # Title Airdate
11 "The Barkers are Back!" January 3, 2006
12 "Happy Birthday Travis" January 10, 2006
13 "Gettin' to Work" January 17, 2006
14 "The $10,000 Christmas Tree" January 24, 2006
15 "Home Furnishing Disaster" January 31, 2006
16 "An Alabama Christmas" February 7, 2006

References

  1. ^ "Meet the Barkers TV Review | Common Sense Media".
  2. ^ "MTV's "Meet the Barkers" | San Diego Reader".
  3. ^ "Rock 'N' Roll Clan – in "Meet the Barkers," Parents Party and Make Play Dates". 3 April 2005.
  4. ^ Meet the Barkers (TV Series 2005– ) - IMDb, 6 April 2005, retrieved 2021-04-16