Recent casting announcements for 'New Girl' season 3 haven't proved as exciting as when former 'Happy Endings' star Damon Wayans Jr. was announced to return to his pilot role as "Coach," but the bevy of new stars joining the quirky FOX comedy merits mention. Not only will 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' star Dreama Walker pop up as a B in her own right, but so too will 'The Office' star Angela Kinsey, and previous guest star Eva Amurri.
Don't Trust The B in Apartment 23
Despite the fact that ABC viewers had plenty more to mourn by the recent cancellation of 'Happy Endings,' the sadness truly first began when the show's frequent timeslot partner 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' fell to the cancellation axe some months prior. Yet even with 'Apartment 23' firmer in the ground than 'Happy Endings,' guess which has eight new episodes you can watch right now?
It was some months ago that we first heard ABC's struggling comedy 'Don't Trust the B In Apartment 23' was to be pulled from the schedule, effectively cancelling the series in its second season. So where and when can fans catch the remaining eight episodes of the series?
Even though earlier today we heard the news that ABC would likely air the remaining episodes of 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' this summer, after pulling the show from their lineup and effectively cancelling the series, the show's stars have wasted little time in finding new work. Not only has Krysten Ritter join NBC's Will Ferrell / Adam McKay-produced "Assistance," but now Dawson himself, James Van Der Beek will land on CBS as a gynecologist for 'Friends With Better Lives!'
Though it seemed like ABC had been intent on moving around struggling comedies 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' and 'Happy Endings' with the intent of finding new audiences, many a fan found themselves disappointed that ABC ultimately pulled the plug on 'Apartment 23,' while banishing 'Happy Endings' to Friday for the moment. Now, 'Don't Trust the B's' Krysten Ritter believes ABC will in fact air the remaining eight episodes of the series, so find out when you can see the finale inside!
No one was exactly surprised to hear that 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' had been pulled from the ABC schedule, effectively cancelling the series, but the timing of the show's removal may yet have produced a bit of good luck. Series lead Krysten Ritter has reportedly landed the lead role in forthcoming NBC pilot 'Assistance,' to be executive produced by FunnyOrDie founders Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, but will Ritter have better luck this time around? Get the latest on 'Assistance' inside!
ABC has continually shuffled its Tuesday comedies 'Happy Endings' and 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23,' recently slotting them in to replace '666 Park Avenue' on Sundays, but abandoning the experiment after a single airing due to low ratings. Now, it seems that new schedule adjustments might have pushed most of the remaining 'Happy Endings' episodes to February, leaving little to no room for the remainder of 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23.' Will the shelved episodes lead to the series' cancellation? What about the chances for 'Happy Endings'?
Sheesh, talk about your "can't catch a break." After ABC pulled the remaining '666 Park Avenue' episodes from its Sunday lineup, the network made the unexpected move of slotting in new episodes of critically acclaimed comedies 'Happy Endings' and 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23,' in addition to their regular Tuesday premieres. That experiment seems to have failed, as ABC has now pulled both comedies from the Sunday lineup, but will it impact their renewal chances?
Though ABC has had much more high-profile ratings issues this season, particularly the cancellations of both freshman dramas 'Last Resort' and '666 Park Avenue,' fans still eagerly await news of both critical darlings 'Happy Endings' and 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23.' Neither have improved significantly in the ratings, with some worried that ABC is looking to burn off episodes with additional Sunday episodes, but what does ABC itself have to say? Find out the fate of ABC's comedies inside!
Talk about kicking when they're down. Earlier this season we were disheartened, albeit not altogether surprised to hear that ABC decided not to renew freshman dramas '666 Park Avenue' and 'Last Resort' for additional episodes, but now '666 Park Avenue' fans have even more reason to fear. ABC has pulled the supernatural spook-fest from its Sunday scheduling altogether, slotting in 'Happy Endings' and 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23,' instead, but why? And when will '666 Park Avenue' return?