It’s being reported that Happy Endings creator and executive producer David Caspe has signed a new overall deal with Sony Pictures TV. Sony produces Happy Endings and apparently both are still interested in keeping the show going.
Following the sitcom’s cancellation by ABC, Sony started shopping Happy Endings to other outlets like USA Network. USA decided to pass and to instead focus their resources on launching their own comedies.
It looked like the comedy was done for good but, according to Deadline, Happy Endings is still being shopped around. The studio ideally needs at least 88 episodes for a syndication package and there are just 57 so far. No word on if the actors’ contracts have expired yet.
What do you think? Are you still hoping that Happy Endings will return for a fourth season? Would you watch it on cable?