The truTV comedy gets a second season.
December 1, 2015
truTV announced today that Those Who Can't has been renewed for a second season. The freshman series, which doesn't premiere until early next year, is the cable network's first foray into scripted comedy.
Created by and starring members of Denver-based comedy troupe The Grawlix, the first season of Those Who Can't premieres on February 11 and will run for 10 episodes. Guest stars are set to include Sarah Michelle Gellar and Michael Madsen, among others.
Season 2 gets an increased episode count of 13 and is expected to premiere later in 2016.
12/09/15 at 08:23am
Just Keith...I have to throw you an LOL...Good One
12/06/15 at 02:56pm
"Those Who Can't"
and take from those who do.
12/03/15 at 02:58pm
Wow hope for their sake this show don't bomb right off.
12/02/15 at 09:39pm
I agree with you TOM it's just hard as a tv watcher to invest into a show to have it ripped away. I feel that in this new tv climate ALL SHOWS should be tested as limited runs with a start & finish and if it works then add to the story
12/02/15 at 10:24am
This is because of what is said a lot on this website, "I am afraid to watch it if I know\think it is going to be cancelled." Networks are starting to renew show right away so that people will watch and not be scared of it being removed. If the show does poorly they can still change their mind and remove it, like Brink. The problem is that when it is done for shows, like this, that are unheard of nothings it makes the network look lazy and self promoting. Just because you say it is a hit, or popular does not make it so. You can not call your self popular, others must.
To end this trend we need to stop being children and not be afraid to watch a show. So what if it gets canned, at least you gave it a chance.
12/02/15 at 05:15am
how can u renew a series that hasnt aired??? lol