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TV Land TV Show Ratings (updated 8/31/17)

Back in its early days, TV Land focused on airing classic TV shows. Then, they started their own scripted comedies starring classic television stars. Now, they've started focusing on producing "edgier" comedies. Is this a good move? Which shows will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned to follow the ratings.Scripted TV Land shows listed: The Exes, Happily Divorced, Hot in Cleveland, Impastor, Jennifer Falls, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Lopez, Nobodies, Retired at 35, The Soul Man, Teachers, and Younger.Last updated: Most recent ratings added for Younger.Read More…
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‘First Girl I Loved’ Exclusive Clip: Two Teens Struggle With Their First Queer Romance

‘First Girl I Loved’ Exclusive Clip: Two Teens Struggle With Their First Queer Romance
Kerem Sanga’s latest film “First Girl I Loved” follows two teens who struggle with their first queer romance and the complicated feelings that arise from first love and fluid sexual identity. The film follows Anne (Dylan Gelula), a high school senior who falls head over heels for softball star Sasha (Brianna Hildebrand), but when Anne tells her best friend Clifton (Mateo Arias) about it, he tries to sabotage the relationship out of jealousy. The film co-stars Pamela Adlon (“Better Things”), Tim Heidecker (“Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!”), Cameron Esposito (“Take My Wife”) and more. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

Read More: Review: ‘First Girl I Loved’ Is A Woozy And Wonderful Queer Teen Romance

Dylan Gelula is best known for her recurring roles in popular TV shows like “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Casual,” and previously “Chasing Life” and “Jennifer Falls.” Meanwhile, Brianna Hildebrand is best
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TVLine Items: Longmire Alum Joins Twin Peaks, New Silicon Hire and More

TVLine Items: Longmire Alum Joins Twin Peaks, New Silicon Hire and More
Longmire alum Bailey Chase is having a really productive Monday.

The actor has landed recurring roles on Showtime’s upcoming Twin Peaks revival and Grimm‘s current season, according to our sister site Deadline.

RelatedTwin Peaks Revival Pushed to 2017

Details of Chase’s Twin Peaks role are, of course, being kept under wraps. On Grimm, he will play Lucien Petrovich, the leader of a Wesen revolutionary group.

In addition to Longmire, where he played Branch Connally (Rip!), Chase’s TV credits include Chicago P.D., Damages and Saving Grace.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

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Netflix Renews Cowboy Crime Drama 'Longmire' for Season 5

Netflix Renews Cowboy Crime Drama 'Longmire' for Season 5
Read More: 6 New Netflix Shows to Binge Watch in May 2015 (And the Best Episodes of Each) The Netflix series 'Longmire' has just announced, via its Facebook page, that it will return for Season 5 on Netflix, giving the series a second season since being cancelled by its original network, A&E, in 2014. Netflix picked up the show only a few months later, and the fourth season was made available on Netflix Instant on September 10, 2015. 'Longmire' isn't the first show Netflix has rescued from cancellation, but it is the first drama to be renewed for a second season after joining the platform. The series is based on the "Walt Longmire Mysteries" series of novels, and follows an ageing Wyoming county sheriff who returns to the job after the death of his wife. Netflix hasn't released any details about the fifth season yet, but check out the announcement above.  Read More: 5 Best Bets
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The Best and Worst TV Shows for Female, Minority Directors: DGA Study

The Directors Guild of America has released its best and worst lists of TV shows that hire female and minority directors.

Four out of the 27 worst violators — shows that had no minorities or women directing — were HBO productions, including “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Brink,” “The Comeback” and Cinemax/HBO’s “Banshee.”

The year’s top network in diverse hires was Bet, which had three shows — “Being Mary Jane,” “The Game,” “Single Ladies” — with 100% minority or female directors. CBS’ “The McCarthys” came in at No. 4 at 93%. (See full list below)

Overall, female directors are seeing a modest gain in employment on television as the number of episodes directed by women rose to 16% from 14% for the 2014-15 season, the DGA report shows.

But DGA president Paris Barclay, a veteran TV director and showrunner, said much more needs to be done. “The uptick in the number of episodes directed by women — modest but hopeful
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‘Younger’ Renewed For Second Season By TV Land

Four episodes into Younger‘s freshman season, TV Land has renewed the single-camera comedy for a second season with a 12-episode order. Created and executive produced by Darren Star, Younger stars Sutton Foster, Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor and Nico Tortorella. Younger is TV Land’s second original single-camera comedy series, following Jennifer Falls, which lasted one season. The network has a number of other new single-camera originals on tap, including Impastor…
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130 Ending or Cancelled TV Shows for the 2013-14 Season

Recent additions: Call Me Fitz (DirecTV), Ja'mie: Private School Girl (HBO), Taxi Brooklyn (NBC), In the Flesh (BBC America), Crossbones (NBC), Sullivan & Son (TBS), Franklin & Bash (TNT), Witches of East End (Lifetime), The Divide (We tv), Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (TLC), The Bridge (FX), Let's Stay Together (Bet), The Lottery (Lifetime), Crossfire (CNN), Small Town Security (AMC), Freakshow (AMC), Reckless (CBS), Dallas (TNT), Jennifer Falls (TV Land), Rush (USA), Mystery Girls (ABC Family), Gang Related (Fox), CeeLo Green's The Good Life (TBS), The Wil Wheaton Project (Syfy), Sons of Guns (Discovery), Emerald City (NBC), Working the Engels (NBC), BAPs (Lifetime), and Betas (Amazon).

Each television season brings lots of different kinds of TV shows but there's one thing that remains a constant -- most of them will end up being cancelled.

Below is the list of TV series that aired or
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Jaime Pressly Promoted for Third Mom Season

Finally some good news for Jaime Pressly, after Jennifer Falls. The funny lady has been promoted to a regular on Anna FarisMom. That means fans will see more of Jill, who came into play in season 2 as her freshly rehabbed friend. CBS hasn’t shared how they write her in as a regular yet. However, fans can expect more drama and humor from her character during the third season.

Poor Jaime hasn’t had success on TV since her My Name is Earl days. We hope this will change that that for her. She deserves a chance to shine and with this show, it seems like a good fit. I cannot wait to learn more about what we can expect as this current season has been tough. Lots of emotions and drama that is setting up for a very interesting season finale to watch. That may actually explain some of our questions.
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Mom Bumps Jaime Pressly to Series Regular for Season 3

Mom Bumps Jaime Pressly to Series Regular for Season 3
“Hi, my name is Jill” is a phrase Mom fans are likely to hear more often in Season 3: The CBS comedy has promoted guest-star Jaime Pressly to series regular.

The My Name Is Earl alum, who debuted as Christy’s newly sober pal earlier this season, will be a permanent part of the cast when the recently renewed sitcom returns in the fall, the network announced Friday.

Related Mom‘s Allison Janney on Bonnie’s ‘Life and Death’ Stakes After Alvin’s Demise

Pressly’s Jill is rich and a handful — which proves problematic when Christy tries to help
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Amblin TV Sets Comedy ‘The 3 Lives of Larry’ at ABC

Amblin TV has added another ABC project to its development slate, setting a comedy with ABC Studios dubbed “The 3 Lives of Larry.”

Project is described as examining at how small decisions can have big consequences by depicting three different versions of the same character’s life. Steve Baldikoski and Bryan Behar are penning the script and exec produce with Amblin’s Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank.

Baldikoski and Behar are sitcom vets with recent credits that include TV Land’s “Jennifer Falls,” ABC’s “Last Man Standing” and CBS’ “The New Adventures of Old Christine.”

Amblin has the comedy “No Angels” percolating at ABC, and it has fantasy drama “The Whispers” on tap for the Alphabet’s midseason slate.

Baldikoski and Behar are repped by UTA. Amblin is with Wme.
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Starz Renews Black Sails for Season 3, Releases First Season 2 Trailer

Starz Renews Black Sails for Season 3, Releases First Season 2 Trailer
It’s full sail ahead for Starz.

The network on Saturday renewed its drama series Black Sails for Season 3.

Related Cable Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled?

“The incredible world that Jon Steinberg and Robert Levine have created continues to unfold in Season 2,” premiering Jan. 24 at 9/8c, Starz Managing Director Carmi Zlotnik said in a statement. “Flint’s journey is riveting, and around him, Jon and Robert have woven an intricate web of conflict, betrayal, and redemption for the other characters that we believe will keep fans of the show coming back for more. We think
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Jennifer Falls: TV Land Sitcom Cancelled, No Season Two

There won't be a second season for TV Land's Jennifer Falls sitcom. The cable channel has cancelled the comedy after one season of 10 episodes.

Created by Matthew Carlson, Jennifer Falls follows single mother Jennifer Doyle (Jaime Pressly) after she loses her high-paying job. She and her daughter move in with Jennifer's mother Maggie (Jessica Walter) so that she can reassess her life. The rest of the cast includes Missi Pyle, Ethan Suplee, Nora Kirkpatrick, and Dylan Gelula.

This marks the second one-season cancellation by TV Land. Kirstie -- starring sitcom vets Kirstie Alley, Michael Richards and Rhea Perlman -- was dropped in July after a 12 episode run.

What do you think? Did you enjoy Jennifer Falls? Do you think it should have been renewed for a second season or, do you agree with the cancellation? Widgets 
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TV Land cancels 'Jennifer Falls' after first season

TV Land cancels 'Jennifer Falls' after first season
Jennifer Falls will not return for a second season, EW has confirmed. TV Land canceled the half-hour, single-camera comedy, starring Jaime Pressly, after its 10-episode season. The show followed Jennifer, a woman who, along with her daughter, moved back in with her mother after losing her job. Matthew Carlson (The Wonder Years) created the series, which also starred Jessica Walter, Missi Pyle, Ethan Suplee, Nora Kirkpatrick, and Dylan GelulaMichael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis executive produced the show. The network announced it has picked up two more single-camera comedies: Impastor, starring Michael Rosenbaum, and Teachers, which Alison Brie is executive producing.
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‘Jennifer Falls’ Canceled by TV Land

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‘Jennifer Falls’ Canceled by TV Land
Jennifer has fallen again. TV Land has canceled the comedy “Jennifer Falls” after one season. Also read: ‘My Name Is Earl’ Reunion in Play on TV Land's ‘Jennifer Falls’ The comedy starred “My Name Is Earl” alum Jaime Pressly as Jennifer Doyle, who moves back in with her own mother after being let go from her high-powered, six-figure job. With her teenage daughter in tow, Jennifer has to face her new life and figure out what the next steps are to rebuild. The cast also included Pressly's fellow “My Name Is Earl” vet Ethan Suplee — known to “Earl” fans as Randy Hickey.
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TV Land Cancels 'Jennifer Falls'

TV Land Cancels 'Jennifer Falls'
It's the end of the road for Jennifer Falls. TV Land is not moving forward with a second season for the half-hour comedy starring Jaime Pressly, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Billed as the Viacom-owned cable network's first entry into single-camera comedy, Jennifer Falls revolved around Jennifer, a career woman and mother who must move back in with her own mom with her daughter in tow after being let go from her high-profile job. The series was never a ratings performer, ending its 10-episode season with 610,000 viewers for its August finale. Created by

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TVLine Items: Taylor Swift to The Voice, Jennifer Falls Cancelled and More

TVLine Items: Taylor Swift to The Voice, Jennifer Falls Cancelled and More
The Voice is about to receive a Swift kick to its Knockout regions.

It’s less painful than it sounds, though. Putting it more plainly, country-pop sensation Taylor Swift will serve as the sole adviser for all four teams during the NBC singing competition’s Season 7 Knockout Rounds, the network announced today.

Related John Francis Daley Opens Up About Sweets’ Shocking Bones Exit: ‘I Feel Like I Lost a Part of Me

Swift’s episodes are scheduled to air Oct., 27 and 28 and Nov. 3 (8/7c), where she’ll meet with the remaining contestants on Teams Blake, Gwen, Pharrell and Adam — and
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Jaime Pressly’s “Jennifer Falls” Falls Short of Season 2

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TV Land had bad news for lackluster Jennifer Falls, the show that Jamie Pressly so wanted to succeed. TV Land gave the series a good season trial that ended earlier this summer. As expected, fans did not take it to very well as a dorky show that had nothing to offer. The 10 episode season did not perform well in ratings and never brought in the ratings that they had hope it would have. Luckily Pressly is already moving on to CBS’ Mom as a replacement.

We are sad to see the show end. While it was never going to be what TV Land wanted, it could have done better if they played it up right and put more effort into PR for it. However, they appear not to be willing to try that as they already have other successful shows. At least Jaime and the rest of the cast must
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Jaime Pressly Opens Up About Mastectomy, Mastitis Diagnosis on The Talk

Jaime Pressly Opens Up About Mastectomy, Mastitis Diagnosis on The Talk
Jaime Pressly made two startling revelations during an appearance on The Talk on Thursday, Aug. 7. While promoting her new TV Land sitcom Jennifer Falls, the actress opened up about undergoing a mastectomy after being diagnosed with mastitis. Her health scare began after welcoming son Dezi with former fiance Eric Cubiche back in 2007. "I had something that happened to me years ago -- when I had my son I got mastitis, but I didn't know because I thought it was just regular breastfeeding pain," the 37-year-old [...]
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Jaime Pressly Reveals She Had "Almost A Full Mastectomy" On 'The Talk'

Jaime Pressly opened up about undergoing a mastectomy in 2011 after developing mastitis when her son was born during a recent appearance on The Talk.

Pressly, best known for starring in My Name Is Earl, stopped by the talk show to promote her new TV Land sitcom, Jennifer Falls, but then found herself telling the women about her health scare.

Jaime Pressly Reveals She Had A Mastectomy

After giving birth to her son, Dezi James Calvo in 2007, Pressly says she began feeling breast pain, and simply attributed it to breasfeeding. In fact, Pressly was developing mastitis, which causes inflammation in the breast, from a bacterial infection.

“I had something that happened to be years ago – when I had my son I got mastitis, but I didn’t know because I thought it was just regular breastfeeding pain,” Pressly said.

By the time she was diagnosed four years later, she had developed
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First Look: Hot in Cleveland's Elka Makes Like Wonka in Animated Outing

TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland this week will enter a world of pure animation — and TVLine has a first look at an everlasting showstopper of a sequence.

Related Jennifer Falls Casts Chris D’Elia as Jaime Pressly’s [Spoiler]

The episode finds Melanie, Joy and Victoria finally exploring Elka’s mysterious apartment, before they bump into Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and subsequently embark on a psychedelic, pop culture-filled adventure.

The largely animated episode pays homage to The Walking Dead and even explores what life in Cleveland would have been like if LeBron James had never left. But first, will Joy
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