Hey guys! CBS has renewed Rules of Engagement for a seventh season! While that's probably seven seasons too many, the show has actually performed decently for the network during its run, despite being bounced all over the schedule.
Deadline Hollywood says CBS has ordered 13 episodes of the David Spade comedy, which will allow the series to reach 100 episodes—the magic number that's cherished for its syndication-friendliness. The renewal came late (CBS's scheduling decisions should have all been wrapped up last week) as the two sides had to hammer out some license-fee terms.
There's no word on where Rules of Engagement will be scheduled, as it's a perfect utility player for CBS. Expect it to fill in for failing comedies or show up around midseason.
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