TV Land—known for Hot in Cleveland and its reruns of classic sitcoms—is targeting Younger audiences with the announcement that its newest comedy, starring Sutton Foster and Hilary Duff, will premiere on March 31 of next year. READ FULL STORY
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Jennifer Falls will not return for a second season, EW has confirmed.
TV Land canceled the half-hour, single-camera comedy, starring Jaime Pressly, after its 10-episode season. The show followed Jennifer, a woman who, along with her daughter, moved back in with her mother after losing her job.
Matthew Carlson (The Wonder Years) created the series, which also starred Jessica Walter, Missi Pyle, Ethan Suplee, Nora Kirkpatrick, and Dylan Gelula. Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis executive produced the show.
The network announced it has picked up two more single-camera comedies: Impastor, starring Michael Rosenbaum, and Teachers, which Alison Brie is executive producing. Additionally, it revealed Darren Star’s Younger, starring Sutton Foster, will premiere in January 2015.
Following Jennifer Falls, Pressly can next be seen in a recurring role as a newly-sober woman in CBS’s Mom.
TV Land is getting edgier, judging by its two newest comedies. The network announced on Wednesday that it’s ordered two new single-camera comedies, Impastor and Teachers, with both 10-episode first seasons slated to premiere in 2015.
“Impastor and Teachers are perfect examples of the type of comedies we’re looking for as TV Land evolves its original series – innovative, unconventional, and hilariously funny for an audience that enjoys smart humor with a hint of heart,” said TV Land President Larry W. Jones. READ FULL STORY
TV Land just announced that they will be renewing The Exes for 12 additional episodes ahead of its season premiere. The comedy about three divorced men who live together as roommates is currently in the midst of production for season 4.
“Everything we’ve seen from the upcoming season of The Exes is telling us it’s going to be the best one yet,” TV Land president Larry W. Jones said in a statement. “Last week, we crossed the 50th episode threshold, and we thought – these episodes are so good, let’s keep them going!”
The upcoming season sees the return of Stuart’s (David Alan Basche) sister, Nicki, played by recurring guest star Leah Remini. Phil (Donald Faison) and Eden (Kelly Stable) are still broken up and pursuing their own endeavors – for Phil, it means lapping after the ladies, and for Eden, it means getting an education. Holly (Kristen Johnston) decides to plan her wedding in reverse, with the last step being finding a man to marry.
The Exes is set to premiere Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 10:30 pm ET/PT.
TV Land is saying goodbye to Kirstie.
EW has confirmed that Kirstie Alley’s latest sitcom has been canceled. Kirstie followed a Tony Award-winning diva (Alley) whose life was turned upside down when the son she gave up for adoption 26 years prior showed up on her doorstep. The series aired for one season, which ended in February.
Don’t worry, your reaction isn’t being taped right now.
EW has learned that TV Land will announce at their Comic Con panel today that Emmy-nominee Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory) will host Ben Silverman’s new version of Candid Camera alongside Peter Funt, the son of the show’s creator and host, Allen Funt. Silverman’s company Electus will co-produce with Peter Funt’s Candid Camera Inc, with Funt and Silverman serving as executive producers.
Schmidt in 'Cleveland': Max Greenfield gets put in the doghouse on TV Land sitcom -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
New Girl‘s Max Greenfield guest stars on this week’s episode of Hot in Cleveland as a Rescue Center volunteer who determines if the women (Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves) are dog-worthy or not. From the looks of these two exclusive clips from the episode titled “The One with George Clooney”, things may not be what they seem. For one, Max Greenfield is not George Clooney (no offense). Check them out below: READ FULL STORY
Looks like Betty White and her gal pals will be sticking around Ohio for a little bit longer.
TV Land has renewed Hot in Cleveland, the hit sitcom starring White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, and Wendie Malick, for a 24-episode sixth season. The announcement was made to the cast and crew one day shy of taping the show’s 100th episode. “There’s instant magic when our cast, writers and crew get together for each episode,” said TV Land President Larry Jones. “We’re so excited to be reaching these milestones and can’t wait to see what lies ahead in Cleveland.” Jones celebrated with the cast on set by sharing this congratulatory selfie on Twitter: READ FULL STORY
Sutton Foster and Hilary Duff will be joining forces this fall in a TV Land comedy from Sex and The City creator Darren Star. READ FULL STORY
Alison Brie may be taking the whole “stay in school” thing a little too seriously.
The Community star is attached to executive produce Teachers, a comedy pilot based on the popular Web series of the same name, for TV Land, EW has confirmed.
“From the second this project came across my desk, I’ve been in love with it,” said TV Land president Larry W. Jones. “The tone of the show is unlike anything we’ve had on TV Land. I’m really excited about the idea of building this unexplored world, where teachers are the eccentric characters you always hoped they weren’t.”
According to the network, Teachers follows six elementary school teachers who try to get their own lives in order while shaping (or destroying) the minds of the American youth. Stalking your ex online is bad enough — don’t get the children involved! Caitlin Barlow, Katy Colloton, Cate Freedman, Kate Lambert, Katie O’Brien, and Katie Thomas (a.k.a the Katydids — yes all of their names are some form of Kate) will reprise their roles from the Web series for TV. Brie will executive produce alongside Matt Miller (Chuck) and the producers of the Web series Cap Gun TV.
Look who’s talking … again. Tonight’s episode of Kirstie will feature the anticipated reunion of Kirstie Alley and longtime friend John Travolta. Travolta appears on the show as Mickey, a “hunky stagehand” Maddie (Alley) fires and then comforts in the form of a one-night stand. However, things don’t go so well the next morning when Maddie learns a little more about the man she just slept with.
We’ve got an exclusive look at the episode, as well as an interview with Travolta and Alley, in which they discuss how Travolta came to be on the show, their relationship, and, of course, sexual tension. Watch the video below:
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Not ready for a break from seeing Tyler Posey on the small screen? You’re in luck. Right off Teen Wolf‘s season 3A finale last night on MTV, Posey is primed to guest star on Wednesday’s episode of The Exes on TV Land.
The sitcom, now in its second season, stars Donald Faison (Scrubs), Wayne Knight (Seinfeld), and David Alan Basche (The Starter Wife) as a group of divorced men who room together in an apartment owned by their divorce lawyer, played by Emmy winner Kristen Johnston (3rd Rock From the Sun).
In the new episode, “The Hand That Robs the Cradle,” Posey plays a law student who courts an older woman, Holly (Johnston). But Holly’s assistant and friend, Eden (Kelly Stables), has doubts about whether or not the relationship is legitimate.
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