TBS has announced that they’re renewing their Men at Work sitcom for a second season. The cable channel has ordered 10 episodes for season two and their expected to start airing next year.
Starring Danny Masterson, James Lesure, Michael Cassidy, Adam Busch and Meredith Hagner, Men at Work’s ratings have been quite good for TBS. Thus far, the show’s been averaging 2.12 million viewers with a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic (per the daily cable ratings). There are four episodes left in this season which will wrap with two installments on July 12th.
Here’s the press release from TBS:
TBS Renews Hit Sitcom “Men at Work” for Second Season
TBS has renewed its popular new sitcom Men at Work for a second season. Currently airing Thursdays at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), the comedy ranks as one of basic cable’s Top 5 new series with adults 18-49 for the quarter. TBS has ordered 10 episodes for the second season, which is slated to launch in 2013.
“Men at Work is a strong addition to the TBS lineup and has worked extremely well paired with The Big Bang Theory,” said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TBS, TNT and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). “We’re very excited to welcome the outstanding cast and production team of Men at Work back for another season.”
Created by Breckin Meyer(Road Trip, TNT’s Franklin & Bash), Men at Work centers on four buddies who work together at a magazine. Danny Masterson (That ’70s Show, Yes Man) plays the recently dumped Milo, whose friends are determined to help him get back in the dating game. James Lesure (Las Vegas) is Gibbs, a photographer and successful ladies man. Michael Cassidy (The O.C) plays Tyler, a features writer who brings a dose of style and sophistication to the group. And Adam Busch (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is Neal, a somewhat nerdy ad salesman and the only one in the group with a steady girlfriend (Meredith Hagner – Royal Pains).
Men at Work comes to TBS from Sony Pictures Television and Fanfare. The multi-camera comedy is executive-produced by Breckin Meyer, along with Fanfare’s Jamie Tarses and Julia Franz.
In its first season, Men at Work has averaged more than 2.7 million viewers in Live + 7, with 1 million adults 18-34 and 1.8 million adults 18-49. The comedy ranks as one of basic cable’s Top 5 new series among adults 18-49 in Q2 2012.
The season finale for Men at Work is set to air July 12. The following Thursday, TBS will launch its newest original sitcom, Sullivan & Son, starring comedian Steve Byrne and executive produced by Vince Vaughn, Peter Billingsley and showrunner Rob Long.
Fans can stay up to speed on the latest Men at Work news through the show’s website and Twitter:
· Website: http://www.tbs.com/shows/menatwork
· Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MenatWorkTBS
TBS is basic cable’s #1 network among young adults in primetime. Available in 100 million households, TBS features the Emmy(R)-nominated late-night series CONAN, starring Conan O’Brien, and original primetime comedy series like Men at Work, Sullivan & Son, Cougar Town, Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse, Wedding Band, King of the Nerds (working title), Deon Cole’s Black Box(working title) and Who Gets the Last Laugh?(working title). TBS also features an outstanding slate of contemporary comedies, such as The Big Bang Theory and Family Guy, as well as blockbuster movies and championship sports. In addition, TBS produces special live comedy events, like the star-studded comedy festival held each year in Chicago.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.
What do you think? Do you like the Men at Work sitcom? Are you glad to hear that it’s been renewed or do you think it should have been cancelled instead?
YES! YES! YES! GREAT NEWS. I can’t wait for Season Two and I can’t wait for the Season Finale next week. I absolutely love this show and I’m so excited it was picked up for another season!
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This show lacks decency for young children and family TV. There are so many of the same type of shows out there and not much a family can watch together that doesn’t try to push sexual adgenda on people. Not everyone wants to see people end up in bed together and how hard they try to get there. One of many reason I don’t watch TV because there isn’t much of anything worth watching that promotes moral values anymore. JMHO
It’s on at 10 PM, so tell your children to go to bed and be a real parent and don’t save T.V. to do the work for you. No offense but it starts with you and not the television.
YES!!!! This show is great, it’s not a perfect 10, but a close 9 I think. All the cast members bring the funny and it’s just funny. They should have started the show years ago, but it’s on now and at least is sticking around, cool.