Birmingham, Alabama's Amanda LeBlanc is obsessed with organizing, sanitizing and modernizing. In this formatted home makeover show, the self-proclaimed control freak is a detail-focused organizing specialist whose Southern charm masks a killer desire to get the job done right and right now. Accompanied by a team of like-minded 'Amandas,' Ms. LeBlanc takes no prisoners once she has honed in on her target, and you best just get out of the way when she enters your home on her mission.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Amandas - Amanda - Netflix
Amanda is a Latin female gerundive name meaning “deserving to be loved,” “worthy of love,” or “loved very much by everyone.” Its diminutive form includes Mandy, Manda and Amy. The name “Amanda” first appeared in 1212 on a birth record from Warwickshire, England, and five centuries later the name was popularized by poets and playwrights. In the United States, “Amanda” slowly became more prominent from the 1930s to the 1960s, ranking among the top 200 baby names. From 1976 to 1995, “Amanda” ranked in the ten most popular female baby names in the United States. The name was most popular from 1978 to 1992, when it ranked in the top 4. At its prime, in 1980, it was the second most popular. In 2009, “Amanda” ranked number 166. It was ranked among the top ten names given to girls born in Puerto Rico in 2009. The name is also currently popular in Sweden, where it ranked twentieth for girls born in 2009, down five places from the year 2008. It is also popular in Swedish-speaking families in Finland, where it ranked among the top ten names for girls born to ethnic Swedes.
The Amandas - Fictional characters - Netflix
Amanda, in Colley Cibber's comedy play Love's Last Shift and its sequel by John Vanbrugh, The Relapse, both from 1696 Amanda, Gabriella's sister in the Bert Diaries Amanda, in the 2010 Nikita TV series Amanda (Highlander), an immortal in the Highlander universe Amanda Beckett, from the movie Can't Hardly Wait Amanda Bellows, a character on I Dream of Jeannie Amanda Benson, a character from the movie Swindle played by Ariana Grande Amanda Bentley, the title character of Candice F. Ransom's novel Amanda Amanda Brotzman, in the novels of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, as well as its television adaptation Amanda Carrington, on the television show Dynasty Amanda Clarke, birthname of the character Emily Thorne from the TV show Revenge Amanda De Santa, from 2013 video game Grand Theft Auto V Amanda Duff, a character from Tiny Toon Adventures Amanda King, character from TV-show “Scarecrow and Mrs. King”, played by Kate Jackson Amanda Krueger, the mother of Freddy Krueger in the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise Amanda Grayson, Spock's mother in the Star Trek series Amanda Martin, née Dillon, from the ABC soap opera All My Children Amanda Morgan (Dorsai), three characters in Gordon R. Dickson's Childe Cycle future history Amanda Killman, a character from Bunsen Is a Beast Amanda Rollins, in the TV Show Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Amanda Sefton, a witch in the Marvel Comics universe Amanda Tanen, from the television show Ugly Betty Amanda the Panda, the mascot of Window Maker Amanda Toad, Slippy Toad's fiancée in the Star Fox series Amanda Vale, in the Australian TV series Home and Away Amanda Valenciano Libre, from the Metal Gear series Amanda Vaughn, from the TV show GCB Amanda Waller, DC Comics villain Amanda Wingfield, from the Tennessee Williams play The Glass Menagerie Amanda Woodward (Melrose Place), in the TV series Melrose Place Amanda Young, John Kramer's accomplice in the Saw franchise