Yes. No. Maybe. I don’t know. Can you repeat the question? At the dawn of the 21st century, Malcolm in the Middle debuted on Fox. The popular television show — centered around the maladjusted Wilkerson family — represents the traditional middle-class American family, equipped with its own set of problems. The show’s titular character, adolescent genius Malcolm, consistently breaks the fourth wall in an attempt to directly relate to the audience. After attracting widespread praise via critics and audiences alike, Malcolm in the Middle remained a polarizing show on Fox for seven whole seasons, where it also received seven Emmy awards and a Grammy.