Posts tagged as Family Tools

ABC Sets Midseason Premieres for 'How to Live with Your Parents' and 'Family Tools'

ABC just released its midseason schedule today, which will see the premiere of two new sitcoms, How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) and Family Tools. How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life), which won a competition with ABC's Don't Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 for most absurdly-long TV show title, kicks off in the cushy post-Modern Family slot, Wednesdays at 9:30pm, on April 3rd. The sitcom stars Sarah Chalke as a single mother who moves back in with her parents (Brad Garrett and Elizabeth Perkins), bringing her daughter (Rachel Eggleston) along for the ride. Comedian Jon Dore is [...]

ABC Cuts Episodes for Midseason Comedy 'Family Tools'

ABC just shaved three episodes off of the order for its midseason sitcom Family Tools, Deadline reports. The show, which is set to premiere in spring alongside fellow midseason sitcom How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life), is based on the British comedy White Van Man and stars Kyle Bornheimer as a guy who takes over his dad's (J.K. Simmons) handyman business after he has a heart attack. Johnny Pemberton, Leah Remini, Edi Gathegi, and Danielle Nicolet also star. This is the second midseason show to have its episode order trimmed (after Fox's Goodwin Games), but like the reasons behind that cut, [...]

ABC and CBS Will Have New Comedies Too

Lost in all of the exciting new comedies melee, ABC and CBS announced some new shows as well. ABC will be bringing on four new comedies: Family Tools, The Neighbor, How to Live with Your Parents, and Malibu County. CBS is adding two: Partners and Friend Me. There is a show about Groupon!(?) And another where Reba McEntire again plays a character named Reba!(?) I won't lie, none of these six shows seem particularly interesting, depending on your feelings towards Sarah Chalke and Brad Garrett. They just feel like those forgettable sitcoms that only getting noticed if they do something offensive. You can read the loglines below. Do [...]