An easygoing, recently divorced dad tries to navigate new waters with his ex-wife, to whom he was married for 15 years, his kids and his new girlfriend .
CBS will hold its upfront presentations tomorrow and today it handed out some bad news for seven of its series' and good news for two more series'. According to Deadline TV, CBS has canceled veteran series' Cold Case, Numb3rs, Ghost Whisperer, The New Adventures of Old Christine and Gary Unmarried along with first-year series' Miami Medical and Accidentally on Purpose while reneweing Medium and Rules of Engagement for new seasons.
While most of the cancellations were expected, both Ghost Whisperer and The New Adventures of Old Christine were expected to be picked up for another season and it was said that the decisions on both series' came "down to the wire." The site reports that both Ghost Whisperer and The New Adventures of Old Christine were primarily financial decisions.Read More
One of CBS' new hit series is getting another series regular for its sophomore season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Keegan Michael Key has joined the cast of Gary Unmarried as a series regular.
Key will portray Clean, an old high school friend of Gary (Jay Mohr) and a once-promising baseball player who might have made it to the major leauges until a knee injury ruined his career. Gary and Clean will reconnect in the second season and fall back into their routine that switches off between friends and competitors.Read More
CBS has given a seven-episode pickup for Jay Mohr's comedy Gary Unmarried, while the network's Worst Week and NBC's Medium also scored some good news late Friday, according to Variety.
CBS ordered two additional scripts for the Jay Mohr comedy on top of the seven episodes (and its previous 13-episode order) for what's being called a "virtual back nine" pickup. Fellow frosh laffer Worst Week got three more segments -- a sign the network still believes in the show despite its so-so ratings. Meanwhile Medium, which returns to NBC in midseason, received an additional six-episode pickup.Read More
Jay Mohr's new series is moving up in the CBS world. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gary Unmarried will move from its Wednesday night timeslot to Monday nights at 9:30 PM ET.
Gary Unmarried's pilot will be re-aired next Monday at 9:30 PM, which will follow a repeat of Two and a Half Men at 9.Read More