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First Date Ends in Tears on Premiere of 'The Exes' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 1st 2011 5:00AM
'The Exes' - 'Pilot'TV Land has found a comfortable niche with their new line of sitcoms. Bring in familiar faces from sitcoms past and build shows around them that hearken back to those bygones days when the world was simpler, and so was television.

It's worked pretty well for them so far -- and they've smartly paired each of their new entries with established hit 'Hot in Cleveland' -- so they're at it again with 'The Exes' (Wed., 10:30PM ET on TV Land).

This one features Kristen Johnston as a divorce attorney who has filled the apartment across from her with three divorced men. The newest arrival moves in just in time for the premiere, and he proves to be the emotional tie that brings all these broken people together.

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'The Exes' Cast Gives Good Reason to Watch: 'Sometimes You Just Want to Laugh'

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 30th 2011 1:30PM
The Exes CastTV Land is reuniting some veteran sitcom stars for their new series, 'The Exes' (premieres Wed., Nov. 30, 10:30PM ET).

If seeing the likes of 'Seinfeld' alum Wayne Knight, '3rd Rock From the Sun' Emmy winner Kristen Johnston and 'Scrubs' star Donald Faison play off one another every week isn't enough to get you to tune in, AOL TV asked the stars of the new comedy to give you their reasons why you should watch.

"Because it's funnyyyyyyyy," Kelly Stables said on the red carpet at TV Land's premiere party. "That's a lot of Ys there. The characters are terrific, the cast ... not only are they funny people, but they are funny actors."

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What to Watch: TV Picks for November 28 - December 4

by Laura Prudom, posted Nov 27th 2011 2:00PM
BlairMONDAY, NOVEMBER 28

'Gossip Girl' (8PM ET, The CW)

Lily, Charlie and Serena eagerly anticipate the Studio 54 party being thrown in CeCe's (guest star Caroline Lagerfelt) honor. Nate takes on a new role at the Spectator, but his first big story turns out to be about someone he knows all too well. Blair turns to an unlikely person for help.

'House' (9PM ET, Fox) midseason finale
In the fall finale, a prosecutor suffers from what he believes to be cardiac arrest during an interrogation at the witness stand. The team's preliminary diagnosis is hyper-anxiety, but when Adams and Park investigate the patient's home and find a hidden arsenal of firearms, they uncover a more alarming and deep-seated psychological disorder. Also, Wilson becomes obsessed with proving that House is hiding something in his home, Park slowly comes out of her social shell and Foreman's lack of romantic relationships piques the interest of Taub and Chase.

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TV Land Renews 'Retired at 35,' Extends 'Hot in Cleveland,' Picks Up Two New Sitcoms

by Joel Keller, posted Mar 21st 2011 5:00PM
'Retired at 35'The other day we revisited the concept of Channel Drift, where cable channels drift away from their original concepts, even while keeping their old names. We didn't mention TV Land, but they're not far away from being considered for that category. They're going from a network that showed classic sitcoms to one that's showing new sitcoms that look and seem classic.

The network has announced that they're picking up a second season of the sitcom 'Retired at 35,' and they've ordered a first season for two new sitcoms: Fran Drescher's 'Happily Divorced' and 'The Exes,' which will star Wayne Knight, David Alan Basche, Donald Faison and Kristen Johnston. They also announced that they've increased their third season order for the hit 'Hot in Cleveland' from 22 to 24 episodes.

The descriptions of the new shows are as high-concept as 'Hot' and 'Retired.' In 'Divorced,' Drescher plays a woman who has to deal with dating again after her long-time husband (John Michael Higgins) says he's gay. It's not-so-loosely based on Drescher's former marriage to Peter Marc Jacobson, who is co-producing the show.

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