NBC has ordered threee more episodes of low rated comedy Entertainment Weekly. Multi-camera shows, which are taped in front of a live studio audience, typically have lower physical production costs than single camera comedies., bringing its total for its second season to 16, and, in a most unusual move, is switching the show from a single camera format to a multi-camera sitcom, reports
According to Deadline, episode 11, which films next week, will be the last in the single camera format. The show will hiatus after the final single camera episode airs in December. The show will resume production in February. The multi-camera version of will premiere in April or May.
This is yet another surprising development in a season that is perplexing our commenters and starving the.