Holly (Kristen Johnston) and her guy pals (Donald Faison, Wayne Knight, and David Alan Basche) are on the move on The Exes. Season four of the TV Land sitcom was supposed to debut in August but it’s now been shifted to November 5th. The cable channel has also teased the upcoming debut of Jennifer Falls (starring Jaime Pressly) and an animated episode of Hot in Cleveland.
Here’s the press release:
UPDATE REGARDING THE TV LAND SUMMER SCHEDULE:
The fourth season of TV Land’s original sitcom “The Exes” will now premiere Wednesday, November 5th at 10:30pm ET/PT, not August 13th as initially announced.
Below is TV Land’s current summer slate.
“JENNIFER FALLS” – Premieres Wednesday, June 4th at 10:30pm ET/PT
Kicking off the summer season will be “Jennifer Falls,” the network’s brand new original comedy starring Jaime Pressly and Jessica Walter. The series also stars Pressly’s ex-“My Name is Earl” castmate, Ethan Suplee, as well as Missi Pyle (“The Artist”), Nora Kirkpatrick (“The Office”) and Dylan Gelula (“NCIS”). The first-ever single camera comedy for TV Land, the series revolves around Jennifer Doyle (Pressly), a former high-powered executive who has fallen and hit every bump on the way down to rock bottom. With her teenage daughter (Gelula) in tow, Jennifer moves back in with her mother (Walter) and takes a job in the bar owned by her brother (Suplee) and passive-aggressive sister-in-law (Kirkpatrick) as a Last Resort. There, she reunites with her former best friend (Pyle) who turns out to be holding quite a grudge. But every cloud has a silver lining: there’s nowhere to go but up. “Jennifer Falls” will air immediately following new episodes of “Hot In Cleveland.”
“Hot In Cleveland” – Animated episode, Wednesday, August 6th at 10pm ET/PT
TV Land is in rare form with an animated episode of “Hot In Cleveland.” In the aptly titled “The Animated Episode,” the “hot” women – Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Leeves), Victoria (Wendie Malick) and Elka (Betty White) – embark on an around-the-world adventure as cartoon characters, darting through pop culture hits, including scenes with homages to “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory,” “The Walking Dead” and “Frankenstein.”
What do you think? Do you plan on watching any of these TV Land shows?