The Friday debuts of Community and Whitney are on hold indefinitely. Both were originally scheduled to premiere on Friday, October 19. No decision yet on when they will air
“Given the success we’ve had for the past four weeks – including winning the first week of the season in A18-49 — we’ve decided to continue to concentrate our promotional strength on our new NBC shows that are scheduled Monday through Wednesday and have therefore decided to hold Community and Whitney from their previously announced premieres of October 19th. Without having to launch these comedies on Friday at this time, we can keep our promotion focused on earlier in the week — plus we will have both comedies in our back pocket if we need to make any schedule changes on those nights. When we have a better idea of viewing patterns in the next few weeks, we will announce new season premieres of Whitney and Community.”
benji wrote:The fun part will be when Whitney Cummings gets two terrible shows yet again next season and New Girl is also on the air while this and Cougar Town are gone.
Leftos wrote:I don't mind a bit product placement, especially when it's done right (see 30 Rock), but The Office S09E11 is just unwatchable due to it. It takes up so much of the episode, the lines are forced, the acting is forced, everything is just ...bad. As if not having Steve Carrell wasn't bad enough. I guess they have to make some last money out of it before throwing it in the can. But if they were trying to make people give up on this last season early, they definitely got me to do so.
el badman wrote:I agree that Cam and Manny can be pretty fucking annoying. Still think the show has been consistently solid though.
Bob's Burgers is awesome, I didn't know wtf I was watching at first but it has quickly become the best animated show during that Sunday night slot (which is not always tough considering how hit or miss FG and the Simpsons have been).
Qballer wrote:I really like watching bar rescue, but there's not many differences between each episode. they stick to the formula very closely (and probably for good reason... it works)
ABC has set a return date for cancelled comedy series Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23 — though the comedy’s last unaired episodes will be put up online, not on TV. Beginning May 17, the remaining eight episodes of the Krysten Ritter-starring series will be available on ABC.com, Hulu and iTunes.
SoF'nAwesome wrote:You could see it in the later seasons(especially 10th) of Friends & the show Joey. It was a bit too "Joey".
el badman wrote:Episodes is fucking awesome, go watch it, like right now.
Cartar wrote:Anybody else followed the first season of Go on? Have to agree with Benji, that it was pretty inconsistent at first, but later on it started to pick up more and more (there were some lackluster episodes in the end, but for the most of the second half of the season it was pretty good, not great, but good).
benji wrote:Some rumors that Go On and Community might get renewed. Community 60/40.
SoF'nAwesome wrote:I don't quite get how Elementary is getting by.
And if anyone had seen the BBC show Sherlock, then I can't understand how they watch this.
SoF'nAwesome wrote:That crack at UK shows never gets old. I don't know why there has to only one or two eps in every "series".
benji, did you watch the show [ Endgame]? Similar genre and I liked that a lot. But it got canceled because of whatever chooses for shows to get canceled. And in my opinion, it was far more better than Elementary.
benji wrote:At times they seem to simply forget to make new seasons. I think this literally happened to a BBC show recently but I can't recall which, after like 18 months the creators called up and the BBC (or whoever) was all "oh, we completely forgot about you, guess it's too late now, sorry ol chap."