The project is not not totally unlike Whitney, but on pay cable.
When does Whitney come to an end? And what about the shows you actually like?
Plus: Nikita changes time slots, The Carrie Diaries has a premiere date, and more Whitney for NBC?
Justin Kirk's comedy about a horny, grumpy vet will make way for Whitney Cumming's comedy about a not-funny show.
Plus: Syfy makes up another season of Face Off, NBC orders a survival reality series, and ABC orders more scripts for The Neighbors.
Grimm will be back before Labor Day, but Community won't return until October.
Now that the 2011-2012 regular TV season has come to a close, where does its freshman class stand?
The Peacock has done some pretty dramatic reshuffling, and will air comedies four nights a week.
As expected, Amy Poehler's and whoever is still left on The Office's shows have been renewed, along with freshman comedies (that will now be sophomore comedies) Up All Night and Whitney.
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
Now that we've looked at how some of 2012's new shows are faring in the latest installment of the TV.com 4-Episode Test™, we've also decided to revisit the new comedies that debuted in the fall.
Creator Dan Harmon has confirmed the date NBC's comedy returns, and it's not as far away as you might think!
Tim Surette, the pickiest of the TV.com editorial bunch, has sorted the season's new laughers from worst to best, and you might be surprised where Whitney ended up.
Thursdays offer another wide-ranging set of intros, from surprisingly bad to surprisingly good.
NBC's once-invincible Thursday comedy lineup is being challenged by a new kid on the comedy block: ABC's Comedy Wednesdays.
Whitney moves to Wednesdays, Up All Night moves to Thursdays, and there's no Prime Suspect or Awake.