Though TBS would be totally cool with airing The Big Bang Theory repeats 24/7, it still feels the need to stay in the original programming game and has decided to renew a few of its comedies. The network has ordered a third season of both Sullivan & Son and Men at Work, as well as a second season of hidden-camera prank show Deal With It. It's okay if your reaction to that last sentence was, "Huh?," "Really?," and "What now?"
Sullivan & Son will return for its third season next summer with 13 brand-new episodes. The series stars Steve Byrne as a half-Korean, half-white bar owner in Pittsburgh who hangs out with his buddies and deals with his parents. I have not seen it, but if any of you have, please write a 20-word review in the comments and I'll put it right here. Seriously. Do it!
Men at Work will be back sooner, returning for its third season in early 2014 with 10 new episodes. Danny Masterson (That '70s Show) stars as one of four dudes working at a "lad mag" and trying to get in chicks' pants. It was created by Breckin Meyer, Mr. Bash himself. Or is he Mr. Franklin?
Finally, Deal With It will be back in 2014 with 10 new episodes. The show challenges regular people to prank their friends with no time to prepare. The participants receive instructions through a hidden earpiece, and the further they get, the more cash they make. There, now you can say you've seen the show!
What do you think of these renewals? And don't forget to write up your 20-word reviews of Sullivan & Son and put them in the comments for a chance to win instant TV.com stardom!