TV Land’s Teachers is now in its second season and start to get some traction.
The group behind the show The Katydids are a veteran comedy/sketch group that you can see live this Saturday night at iO West performing along side long running iO improv team, People of Earth.
Tickets are $10 and you can (and should) get them here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, and maps can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
TV Land Premieres Throwing Shade and Season 2 of Teachers Tonight
Specifically, Teachers will be at 10PM and Throwing Shade at 10:30PM just in case you decide to watch it live on air rather than find it streaming somewhere later.
If all goes well, TV Land might have found new ground to stand on with the ever increasing field of cable TV comedy.
A Bunch of Shows Got Renewed Today Including Fresh Off The Boat, Black-Ish, The Goldbergs, The Middle, Modern Family, and Teachers
ABC seems pretty happy with their comedy slate.
Save for The Muppets, Dr. Ken, Galavant, and Last Man Standing, ABC has announced the renewal of the rest entire comedy line-up today. That includes Modern Family for its 8th season, The Middle, also for its 8th season, Fresh Off the Boat for its 3rd season, Black-ish, also for its 3rd season, and The Goldbergs for its 4th season.
Considering how quick the ax is brought down on series at other networks these days, this is a pretty big milestone for the broadcast network.
Maybe this is a sign of the tides of cancelling new comedy series is changing? We certainly hope so.
TV Land Picks Up Single Camera Comedies ‘Teachers’ and ‘Impastor’
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
Once the land of sitcom reruns, TV Land is now pushing forward into more original series. This week, they’ve picked up two new series, which are Teachers, executively produced by Alison Brie, and Impastor. They both also single camera comedies, a sharp contrast to what used to constitute a large portion of their programming.
In addition to TruTV rebranding as a more comedic channel, the TV comedy landscape seems to get wider and wider every day.