'Sullivan and Son', 'Men At Work' & 'Deal With It' Renewed by TBS

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August 20th, 2013

Sullivan & Son

via press release:

TBS Renews Hit Series Sullivan & Son, Men At Work and Deal With It

TBS has ordered third seasons of its hit original sitcoms Sullivan & Son, starring popular comedian Steve Byrne, and Men At Work, starring Danny Masterson, Michael Cassidy, Adam Busch, Meredith Hagner and James Lesure. TBS has also ordered a second season of the hit series Deal With It, from Howie Mandel's Alevy Productions.

"Sullivan & Son and Men At Work have really caught on with TBS's core viewers, and Deal With It has burst out of the gate as one of the summer's most popular new cable series," said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TBS, TNT and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). "We are very excited to be expanding our relationship with the producers, cast members and production teams on these three series."

TBS has ordered 13 episodes of Sullivan & Son, which airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) and is set to wrap up its second season Aug. 22. Sullivan & Son is executive-produced by Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crashers), Peter Billingsley (Iron Man) and showrunner Rob Long (Cheers). The series is averaging 2.4 million viewers in Live + 7 delivery this summer, including 1.3 million adults 18-49. Sullivan & Son is produced for TBS by Wild West Picture Show Productions, in association with Warner Horizon Television. Season three of Sullivan & Son is slated to launch in summer 2014.

TBS has also ordered 10 episodes for the third season of its popular workplace sitcom Men At Work. This past spring, the second season of the series averaged 1.9 million viewers and 1.2 million adults 18-49. Men at Work comes to TBS from Sony Pictures Television and Fanfare. The multi-camera comedy is executive-produced by Breckin Meyer (Road Trip, Franklin & Bash), along with Fanfare's Jamie Tarses (Happy Endings, TNT's Franklin & Bash, TBS’s My Boys) and Julia Franz (Scrubs). The third season of Men at Work is slated to launch in early 2014.

TBS has renewed Deal With It with a 10-episode order for season two. Hosted by Theo Von (Primetime in No Time, Last Comic Standing, Road Rules), season one of the series has averaged 2.3 million viewers in Live + 7 delivery, including 1.2 million adults 18-49. Deal With It is produced for TBS by Howie Mandel's Alevy Productions, Roy Bank's Banca Studio and Keshet Broadcasting, in association with Lionsgate Television. Howie Mandel (Deal or No Deal, Mobbed), Mike Marks (Mobbed), Roy Bank (It’s Worth What?, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?) and Mike Harney (Howie Do It, H8R) serve as executive producers, along with Keshet Broadcasting's Avi Nir, Igal Shilon, Ami Glam, Ran Tellem, Guy Wasserman and Itay Barkan. Deal With It is based on a successful format created by Keshet Broadcasting and United Studios. The second season is slated to launch in 2014.

TBS's renewals come as the network prepares to launch three new series during the second half of 2013. Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), D.L. Hughley and Michael Ian Black will headline the new game show Trust Me, I'm a Game Show Host. TBS will expand its late-night lineup with the The Pete Holmes Show, which will follow Conan Monday-Thursday at midnight (ET/PT), beginning Oct. 28. And in November, TBS will launch Ground Floor, the new sitcom created by Emmy® nominees Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town, Scrubs, Clone High) and Greg Malins (2 Broke Girls, How I Met Your Mother), and starring Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect), Briga Heelan (Cougar Town) and John C. McGinley (Scrubs). Ground Floor is set to premiere Thursday, Nov. 14, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT).

 
  • Ram510

    Ugh, why only 10 episodes of the awesome Men at Work but 13 of the unfunny Sullivan & Son

  • John A

    No surprise.

  • Dave

    13 new episodes of Sullivan and Son, good news.

  • EatMorePez

    I’ll admit it: I’ve never heard of “Deal with It”

  • Azzman

    I’m with you, Ram! Every time I see the commercials for S&S I see NOTHING even remotely funny! Hooray for Men At Work though!

  • Dre

    I like S & S and Men At Work but Men At Work is definitely the better show, wish it had more episodes.

  • Mitchell

    I’m so excited for a third season of Men At Work! I was worried that with Sullivan and Son doing a bit better that Men At Work would be axed but I’m glad to see that wasn’t the case.

  • John

    Great news! These aren’t Emmy award-worthy shows, but they’re entertaining and provide some much needed laughs.

  • Dan

    I wish Men at Work were for 13, its really funny. Glad both are renewed.

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