Hot in Cleveland: Season Six Renewal for TV Land Series

Hot in Cleveland season sixTV Land has renewed their Hot in Cleveland sitcom for a a sixth season of 24 episodes. The fifth season is currently airing and is expected to run through the summer and finish in September.

Here’s the official press release:



Los Angeles, CA – May 1, 2014 – TV Land’s hit sitcom “Hot in Cleveland” has been renewed for 24 episodes for a sixth season, it was announced today by Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land. The announcement was made during rehearsal for the series’ upcoming landmark 100th episode, entitled “Win Win,” which tapes this Friday, May 2nd. “Hot in Cleveland” stars Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White, and is currently airing its fifth season on Wednesdays at 10pm ET/PT on TV Land.

“There’s instant magic when our cast, writers and crew get together for each episode,” said Jones. “We’re so excited to be reaching these milestones and can’t wait to see what lies ahead in ‘Cleveland.'”

“Hot in Cleveland” is averaging 2.6 million total viewers since its launch (Source: Nielsen, Premieres Only, 6/16/10-4/23/14). The series revolves around three fabulous best friends from LA – Melanie Moretti, Joy Scroggs, and Victoria Chase (Bertinelli, Leeves and Malick) – who find their lives changed forever when their plane, headed for Paris, makes an emergency landing in Cleveland. When the friends discover that life is better in Cleveland, they decide to stay. Starting over together, they rent a house that happens to come with a very opinioned caretaker, Elka Ostrovsky (White).

“Hot in Cleveland” is executive produced by Emmy(R) Award-winner Sean Hayes (“Will And Grace”) and Todd Milliner of Hazy Mills Productions and is helmed by Emmy(R) Award- winning Suzanne Martin (“Frasier,” “Ellen”) serving as executive producer, show runner and writer. Lynda Obst also serves as executive producer, and Larry W. Jones and Keith Cox are executive producers for TV Land. “Hot in Cleveland” is currently seen around the world in 211 countries, and will begin airing in syndication through CBS Television Distribution in September 2014.

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What do you think? Do you like Hot in Cleveland? How long do you think it should run?

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  1. Jan,Idaho says

    Those of you who analyze shows (and other things) up and down and to the “inth” extreme (excuse me, previous post), you sure take all the spontaneous fun & laughter out of it. These actresses were nothing but great, the show was a pleasure to watch, it was a show that was fun, entertaining, and clean family fun; something you don’t see alot of these days. I love all of the ladies and they all interacted with such closeness–I’ll miss it alot!

  2. says

    I think hot in Cleveland needs a lot of work. It copies a lot of the old shows but that doesn’t make it funny. the one where Melanie had a tumor, I felt very sorry for the people that do have them. the way it was made fun of was sick. this show doesn’t represent Cleveland at all. there are so many areas they could build a show around in Cleveland. I’m sick to death of Victoria chase and her constantly referring to the movies she was In. it’s a slap in the face for Cleveland. they all play very poor examples of the golden girls. Victoria is Blanche, Joy is sort of Rose, and Melanie is Dorthy. all sad examples. I’m very disappointed in the show.

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