All you Bill Engvall fans out there (don't be shy), pay attention. Basic-cable network USA shares your love for the Blue Collar Comedy member, and has ordered a third season of his half-hour comedy, cleverly titled The Bill Engvall Show.
USA has requested 10 more episodes of The Bill Engvall Show, which just wrapped up its second season. Over the course of its run, Bill Engvall has averaged 2.3 million viewers and won its time slot among 18-49-year-olds among ad-supported cable networks, according to TBS.
"There's something about this cast and this show that gives you a good feeling inside, which is probably why it's won the hearts of so many viewers," said TBS vice president Michael Wright.
The Bill Engvall Show is a family-oriented sitcom, along the lines of other patriarchal programs like The Cosby Show. Engvall plays a Denver-based family counselor who--surprise!--struggles with understanding his only family. Nancy Travis and Tim Meadows also star.
TBS is also planning a pair of holiday-themed episodes of The Bill Engvall Show for air in December.