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?
It's not like we could ever forget about the legendary Zack Morris and his uncanny ability to slow the whole of time for reasons he didn't nearly often enough take advantage of, but it sure does seem like Mark-Paul Gosselaar is popping up quite a bit these days. We already knew both that TNT's 'Franklin & Bash' had been court-appointed for a third season, as well as that the actor would appear on tonight's 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' premiere as himself, but now it seems that the one-time 'Saved By the Bell' star is putting another ABC sitcom under his belt.
Granted that it's somewhat late on a Thursday afternoon, there isn't a whole lot going on in the TV news sphere (well, minus that awesome 'True Blood' casting and 'American Horror Story: Asylum' trailer), so we thought we'd take a minute to talk to you about an issue near and dear to our own hearts: whipped cream bikinis. First popularized by Ali Larter in the 1999 James Van Der Beek classic 'Varsity Blues,' whipped cream bikinis have long represented the perfect hybrid of dairy lovers, and skimpy fashion enthusiasts.
So you can bet that when ABC puts Krysten Ritter into one for the second seson of 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23,' they've got our attention.
The doctor is in! On the very day that 'Childrens Hospital' opened its doors for a third season, funnyman Rob Corddry picked up yet another gig working for ABC on the third season of critical darling 'Happy Endings.' But don't expect any clown makeup this time around, as the the comedian will be taking things a bit more seriously. Who will Corddry play, and what does his new role have him seeing in Eliza Coupe's Jane?
Many were surprised not only to learn that ABC's critically applauded but ratings-challenged sitcom gem 'Happy Endings' would indeed be returning for a third season, but that the show wouldn't air one of the 22 episodes ordered for season 2. The episode was by no means banned, simply bumped for time, but when can viewers check out "KickBall 2: The Kickening?"
'Happy Endings,' which wrapped its second season last month, features cast members that are not only funny, they're apparently brave as well. In fact, three of the show's stars are so fearless -- or stupid -- that they once almost got into a scrap with Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in 'The Avengers.'