The TNT dramedy ends after two seasons.
July 15, 2011
TNT has pulled the plug on Men of a Certain Age, which ends after two seasons on the air. The Ray Romano-led dramedy premiered in December 2009 and ran for a total of 22 episodes. While critically acclaimed, its ratings did not hold up to other shows on the network such as Falling Skies.
"TNT has been proud to be a part of Men of a Certain Age for two seasons," said a network spokesperson in a statement. "While the show has featured great storytelling and impeccable performances, the audience simply hasn't built to the point where we can continue the series."
(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
02/19/13 at 05:55am
My husband and I really loved this show. So sorry to see it come to an end!
08/20/12 at 11:05am
So quantity of viewers is everything, and quality of programming is nothing, huh? You must be so proud to join the dumbass "mainstream" networks that bring us only formulaic crime shows and smug, fast-talking sit-coms. Keep killing innovation - one day only dumbasses will watch TV.
04/27/12 at 06:48am
My husband and I loved this show! I can't believe this was cancelled. What are they thinking?
09/22/11 at 07:51am
I cannot believe that this show was cancelled. An adult non-cop show about real people was so damn refreshing. The network should be ashamed. Maybe better marketing would have been appropriate. My wife and I will sorely miss it. I'm ticked, again.