CBS Adds Two New Comedies, Ashton Kutcher To Fall Schedule
I’ve been saying this for years: CBS needs more Rickety Cricket! The CBS fall schedule is out, and the network is nestling newbie comedy How To Be A Gentleman on Thursdays at 8:30pm, right after The Big Bang Theory. Gentleman stars It’s Always Sunny‘s David Hornsby as Alan, a straight-laced etiquette columnist tempered by his juvenile pal Bert (Kevin Dillon) and sister (24‘s Mary Lynn Rajskub). There’s no mention of Alan being incessantly tea-bagged, but here’s hoping. Meanwhile, over at Monday nights at 8:30pm, 2 Broke Girls co-stars Kat Dennings and newbie Beth Behrs as two penniless grads trying to make it happen in New York, in a show co-written by Sex And The City‘s Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings. Their sitcom apartment is going to be obscenely large, I’m calling it now. Broke Girls proceeds the new Ashton Kutcher-packed Two and A Half Men, which leads into Mike & Molly.