Back to You

Back to YouNetwork: FOX
Episodes: 17, three unaired (half-hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: September 19, 2007 — May 14, 2008
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Kelsey Grammer, Patricia Heaton, Josh Gad, Ty Burrell, Fred Willard, Ayda Field, Laura Marano, and Lily Jackson

TV show description:      
A traditional sitcom centering around the newsroom of a Pittsburgh-based TV station.

Ten years ago, Chuck Darling (Kelsey Grammer) and Kelly Carr (Patricia Heaton) were co-anchors and had a turbulent relationship. Chuck moved on to better markets but, after 10 years, he’s fired from his posh LA job because of an embarrassing tirade that was captured on camera. Chuck returns to co-anchor his old newscast with Kelly and finds that their relationship is even more complicated than he expected.

Others in the newsroom are immature news director Ryan Church (Josh Gad), chauvinistic sportscaster Marsh McGinley (Fred Willard), under-appreciated field reporter Gary Crezyzewski (Ty Burrell), and sexy weather person Montana Diaz Herrera (Ayda Field).

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  1. Bob R says

    This was a total ignorant cancellation. FOX really screwed up on this one. The writing was hilarious and the actors looked as if they had been working together for years. I have even bought the DVD’s so I can go back and have a laugh again. Sad, very sad it’s gone.

  2. Jeremy Rynek says

    It was a good show. I really enjoyed it. It is nice to see Patricia can play someone thats not b***hy, nothing personal I’m just saying. And Kelsey was good in it too. I don’t know why it didn’t catch on more honestly. It had good and funny storylines and two funny leading people. But it’s in the past now right. It sucks Kelsey went to Hank, that was a jump down really. But The middle is pretty good. I just wish Fox atleast would have renewed it for one more season. Maybe it would have caught on more then.

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