CBS is “Crazy” for comedy this fall.
The network announced Friday that three of its freshman comedies were getting full 22-episode seasons, according to “The Hollywood Reporter.”
That’s good news for “The Crazy Ones,” “The Millers” and “Mom,” though fellow comedy series “We Are Men” marked the fall TV season’s second casualty.
After the cancellation of “Men,” CBS moved “2 Broke Girls” into its 8:30 timeslot to stabilize its Monday night lineup.
Though “Mom” struggled a bit out of the gate, the show’s ratings have held steady and will likely benefit from the return of “Mike & Molly” on November 4.
Two cable series also got the greenlight for more episodes, with TNT’s “Franklin & Bash” now set for a 10-episode fourth season.
Likewise, MTV picked up “Teen Wolf” for 12 season 4 episodes ahead of the January debut for the back half of its expanded third season order, which will lead into a new aftershow called “Wolf Watch.”
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