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    TV Land Cancels ‘Lopez’ and ‘Throwing Shade’

    TV Land has issued pink slips to sitcom “Lopez,” which aired for two seasons and starred George Lopez and late night comical discussion show “Throwing Shade.” Additionally, comedy “Nobodies,” produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone, will move to the upcoming Paramount Network, which launches in January as a rebranding of Spike TV. That leaves […]

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    “Younger” Returns, But TV Land is Still Old

    From Campaign US: Given the hoopla from the TV Land PR department, one might assume 10 million viewers—many within the Millennial generation—will be watching the fourth season premiere of “Younger” tonight. Reality check: Only 563,000 viewers, on average, tuned in for season three last fall based on the Live + Same Day data from Nielsen, […]

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    TV Land Renews Sitcoms ‘Younger’ and ‘Teachers’

    TV Land has greenlit two current sitcoms for new seasons: “Younger” and “Teachers.” “Younger,” which heads into season three, has received a 12-episode order. And “Teachers,” which returns for the second half of the current second season this fall, has been picked up for a 20-episde third season. The renewal news comes on top of […]

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    TV Land Renews Upcoming Comedy ‘Nobodies’ for Season Two

    Two months before its March 29 series premiere, optimistic TV Land has picked up a 12-episode second season of “Nobodies,” starring and executive produced by Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras (“Mike Tyson Mysteries”). The comedy is executive produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone with Michael McDonald (“MADtv”) serving as executive producer, director […]

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    TV Land Cancels Sophomore Comedy ‘Impastor’

    TV Land has opted against a third season or sitcom “Impastor.” Debuting on July 15, 2015, “Impastor” featured Michael Rosenbaum as Buddy Dobbs, a fugitive and hard-core gambling addict who, in order to hide from a pair of loan sharks, ends up stealing the identity of a recently deceased gay Lutheran pastor who was relocating […]

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    TV Land Orders Alicia Silverstone Dramedy ‘American Woman’

    TV Land has greenlit a 1970s period dramedy from John Wells Productions in association with Warner Horizon Television called “American Woman,” starring Alicia Silverstone (“Clueless,” “Suburgatory”), Mena Suvari (“American Beauty,” “Chicago Fire”) and Jennifer Bartels (“Broken”). Inspired by the real-life upbringing of co-executive producer Kyle Richards (“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”), “American Woman” follows […]

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    TV Land Cancels ‘The Jim Gaffigan Show’

    TV Land has opted against a third season of scripted sitcom “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” which debuted on July 15, 2015 and aired its final official episode this past Sunday. Gaffigan starred as a fictionalized version of himself as a stand-up comedian raising five children in a two-bedroom New York City apartment, and he produced […]

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    TV Land Renews Sitcom ‘Younger’ for Season Four

    Months before opening season three, optimistic TV Land has issued a fourth season renewal to comedy “Younger” with an order for 12 new episodes. Debuting on March 31, 2015, “Younger” from Darren Star follows a 40-year old divorced mother (Sutton Foster) who pretends to be in her twenties to start a new career. The upcoming […]

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