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Suburgatory Renewed For Season 3

The comedy will return in 2013-2014.


May 11, 2013

ABC has renewed sophomore comedy Suburgatory for a third season. The series is expected to return in the fall for the 2013-2014 season.

(Source: ABC Publicity)

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Comments (6)

mike
Posted 11/11/13 at 04:09:02

I just realized the show is not back yet. What happened did the network change their mind or are they just going to have a half season??? Hate to be lefty hanging with no answers., Like the show. MKL
Bob
Posted 09/01/13 at 13:04:25

Still is a good show of my liking
HATERS GONNA HATE
mike
Posted 06/29/13 at 19:20:35

Politics, payroll, these stars do not make the big bucks so the network can afford to keep it. Show;s like Vegas were dommed with high payroll and then taking it off for six weeks and then it reapears on Fri??? network mucky muckys at work. MKL
mike
Posted 05/12/13 at 11:12:54

I agree it is mediocre but every once in a while something happens that grabs your interest. the thing they need to change though is the girl running away on every season finale. twice in a row now she's done that. first her grandmother saves her and then it's her mother. they better think of something else for the cliffhanger next time around.
John
Posted 05/11/13 at 16:24:29

The networks have been cancelling things left and right...yet this show survives? It's VERY mediocre. I guess its slightly better than an informercial if you can't sleep at night, but otherwise, I wouldn't tune in.
bub
Posted 05/11/13 at 12:24:26

Not sure why. Season one was pretty good. Season two devolved into relationship angst which wasn't funny. I stopped watching mid-season of season two. I just got sick fo George and Dallas being the focus of EVERY episode.

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On Air: 09/28/11 - 05/14/14

Network: ABC

Genre: Comedy

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Synopsis

A comedy following a divorced father who moves from New York in order to give his teenage daughter a better life.

Cast

Jeremy Sisto (George)
Jane Levy (Tessa)
Carly Chaikin (Dalia)
Allie Grant (Lisa)
Alan Tudyk (Noah)
Cheryl Hines (Dallas)