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Last year, ABC Family paired new sitcoms Mystery Girls and Young & Hungry together. Mystery Girls was cancelled while Young & Hungry was renewed. Will it get a third season? Stay tuned.
Young & Hungry revolves around a food blogger (Emily Osment) who goes to work for a wealthy tech entrepreneur (Jonathan Sadowski) as his personal chef. The rest of the cast includes Rex Lee, Aimee Carrero, Kym Whitley, and Annie Potts.
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ABC Family has an appetite for more Young & Hungry. The cable network has renewed the sophomore comedy for a third season ahead of the show’s return tonight. “We are so proud of how Young & Hungry grew during its second season: it ranked as cable’s number one original series in its timeslot in key demos,” said Karey Burke, Executive Vice President of Programming and Development, ABC Family. “We can’t wait to see what is next for this talented ensemble.” Young & Hungry‘s spring finale garnered series-high ratings for the comedy in adults 18-49 (973,000 viewers) and delivered its #2 telecast of all time in adults 18-34 (685,000 viewers). The series is also ABC Family’s #1 comedy with female viewers 18-34, viewers 12-34, and women 12-34. Young & Hungry returns tonight to begin the second half of Season 2. In May’s mid-season finale, Gabi (Emily Osment) left Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) to…
- Chris King
“Young & Hungry” has been renewed for a third season by ABC Family, the network announced Wednesday. In May’s mid-season finale, Gabi (Emily Osment) left Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) to start a dream job in Switzerland just as they were about to finally take their relationship to the next level. In tonight’s season premiere, Gabi and Josh must decide where they go from here, both professionally and personally. For its recent Spring 2015 finale, “Young & Hungry” set a series high in adults 18-49 (973,000) and delivered its second highest telecast of all time in adults 18-34 (685,000), and for the season, ranked »
- Joe Otterson
“Young & Hungry” has been renewed for a third season.
ABC Family announced the pickup on Wednesday, hours before the comedy returns with the back half of its second season.
“We are so proud of how ‘Young & Hungry’ grew during its second season: It ranked as cable’s No. 1 original series in its timeslot in key demos,” said Karey Burke, Evp of programming and development at ABC Family. “We can’t wait to see what is next for this talented ensemble.”
Emily Osment (“Hannah Montana”) and Jonathan Sadowski (“$#*! My Dad Says”) star as the lead duo in the food blogger-inspired sitcom, along with cast members Aimee Carrero, Kym Whitley, and Rex Lee. The series, created by David Holden, hails CBS TV Studios with exec producers Ashley Tisdale, Jessica Rhoades, Caryn Lucas, Eric and Kim Tannenbaum.
In its 10 episodes this past spring (the first half of season two), “Young & Hungry” averaged a »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Michael Voltaggio, chef at L.A.’s Ink restaurant and a “Top Chef” winner, took a break from cooking Monday night to premiere his new Travel Channel show “Breaking Borders” at a screening at UTA. International correspondent Mariana van Zeller co-hosts the new travel and food adventure show that premieres March 15 on Travel Channel.
Fellow L.A. chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Josiah Citrin, Matt Molina and recent “Top Chef” winner (and Voltaggio protege) Mei Lin, were there to celebrate the launch along with actors Ben Feldman, Jonathan Sadowski, Emily Osment, Larisa Oleynik and Eric Wareheim.
Travel Channel acquired the “Breaking Borders” format at Mip. Although it is based on the Norwegian show “Dining With the Enemy,” “we broadened it a little,” said exec producer Brian Leonard, who thinks this show works because of its focus on real people in conflict zones, not politicians.
The first episode focuses on the tensions between Israel and the Palestinian territories, »
- Pat Saperstein
5 items from 2015
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