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Cougar Town began as a series about an older woman dating younger men – hence the title – but then turned into this peculiar and specific comedy about finding family not just in blood relatives, but also in the friends made over the years.
After three seasons on ABC, Cougar Town’s ratings had dipped to the point where the show couldn’t be sustained on a major network, but a white knight has arrived to save the series. Cougar Town’s fourth season will be on TBS – the Turner network that is based on comedy.
For the official TBS press release, follow the jump.
ABC has announced that Cougar Town will return, as part of its Tuesday night comedy block, on February 14th, in the 8:30 slot. The official press release – including tag line for the season premiere – follows the jump.
ABC gave six of its current series early pick-ups for the 2011-12 season. The good news went to Castle, Cougar Town, Grey’s Anatomy, The Middle, Modern Family and Private Practice. The press release follows the jump.
As ABC continues to find a sitcom that’ll stick with its audience, we get Cougar Town [Wednesdays, 9:30/8:30C] – in which a forty-year old owner of a realty company begins the process of dealing with her age by – wait for it – dating a younger man! Woo-Hoo! That’s a new one!