ABC is launching four new sitcoms this fall to replace the massive batch of ones they canceled last week, and they just released preview clips for the new shows (Check out our full fall comedy preview here). Above is the preview for Black-ish, starring Anthony Anderson and Laurence Fishburne. Click through to check out the trailers for ABC's three other new comedies, Selfie, Cristela, and Manhattan Love Story.
It's going to be an exciting fall TV season this time around. We have the brand new cable network FXX, SNL's biggest transitional season in nearly two decades with five new cast members replacing several departing ones, Bill Cosby's first televised standup special in 30 years, two new late night shows (TBS's The Pete Holmes Show and Comedy Central's @Midnight with Chris Hardwick), the final seasons of Eastbound & Down and How I Met Your Mother, a return to the sitcom world for Michael J. Fox and Robin Williams, and The Simpsons' landmark 25th season featuring a Futurama crossover. As if all that weren't enough, there are also a slew of new shows. [...]
It’s that time of year again. The new fall TV season! When the networks trot out a shaggy bunch of new shows, and in six months, half of them will be left. Can you guess which shows will make it and which shows will turn into a foggy memory a la last fall’s quickly-cancelled comedies like Man Up, How to Be a Gentleman, and Free Agents?
On the whole, it’s a broader batch of sitcoms than we’ve seen in years past, with NBC, home to critically-acclaimed but underwatched comedies like 30 Rock, Parks and Rec, and Community, making a clear attempt to pursue sillier, more accessible shows in order [...]