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The King of Queens was a very successful sitcom for CBS 15 years ago. But times have changed and so have audiences. Will Kevin James' new sitcom, Kevin Can Wait, also be a hit in the ratings for the network? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.Kevin Can Wait revolves around Kevin Gable (Kevin James), a newly retired police officer. After 30 years on the force, he’s looking forward to relaxing and spending quality time with his wife (Erinn Hayes) and their young kids (Mary-Charles Jones and James Digiacomo). That plan goes awry when his elder daughter (Taylor Spreitler) and her fiance (Ryan Cartwright) move in. As a result, Kevin's retirement dreams get put on hold. Kevin's friends are played by Leonard Earl Howze, Gary Valentine, and Lenny Venito.The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood »
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First-year sitcoms Kevin Can Wait, Man With a Plan and The Great Indoors are all getting additional episodes this season, the network announced Friday. Kevin will get two more episodes, for a total of 24 this season, while Man With a Plan and The Great Indoors get three more each, for a total of 22 each.
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