Tuesday, December 24, 2019

TONE BELL TO RETURN TO CBS WITH A NEW MULTI CAMERA SITCOM HE WILL ALSO WRITE AND PRODUCE!

TONE BELL TO STAR 
IN A BRAND NEW SITCOM AT CBS
Just some comedy for you this prefestive Monday! If you miss always wonderful Tone Bell on the small screens after his latest multicam
Tone Bell will also produce the new comedy
sitcom Fam wasn't renewed over at CBS, do not despair because he is returning with a new one! And he is returning to CBS where he will also executive produce the comedy which he will also write based on a real story. In the untitled multi camera sitcom, he will play  a carefree thirty something who, after a pregnancy scare,  decides he’s ready to settle down and tries to change his life so he can go from Mr. Right Now to Mr. Right. As you might remember, although he was brilliant in them, Tone's other two sitcoms Disjointed with Katy Bates at Netflix and Truth Be Told at NBC were also cancelled after first seasons.

New New Year Sitcoms
Don't forget that television is about to get funnier with the New Year with Tim Allen's hourlong Last Man Standing returning from January 2nd followed by new Jason Biggs sitcom
New Jason Biggs and Maggie Lawson sitcom starts next month
Outmatched from January 23rd and Fran Drescher's new multi camera sitcom Indebted arriving in February to NBC.

10 comments:

  1. Have a wonderful holiday season, Dezzy! I hope Santa is good to you!

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    1. He never has been so far, Debs, but thanks :)

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  2. I was just asking what happened to Tim Allen after binge watching the Santa Claus movies with my babies. Tone Bell's sitcom look promising. We need a new show that really makes us laugh!

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    1. What do you mean what happened with him? He's had second best watched sitcom in USA for seven years now :) His sitcom usually has three times more viewers per episode than most hit one hour shows at major networks. Neighbourhood makes me laugh, it is on CBS on Mondays! But you don't have cable so that is why you missed Tim Allen's show too!

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    2. lol, so what I really need to ask myself is "where is my cable?!"

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    3. Totally :) But only when it comes to comedies, I don't currently watch any of the hourlong shows from major networks, sadly. But I'm posh British so I mostly stick to UK and international dramas.

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  3. I, glad we have new comedies on the horizon, though something about Jason Biggs puts me off. I’m not sure I’ll check his new show out or not.

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    1. It is very weird that they are pairing it up with Last Man. Last Man always gets bad sidekicks.

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    2. But at lease we still have Last Man. I stream all of the shows we watch, so I never know what's paired with what these days.

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    3. Last Man will be hourlong first three weeks in January :) The worst is when sitcoms go to wrong channels, for example Fran Drescher is on NBC, imagine if it was on Fox and paired up with Tim, it would've been a record breaking time slot.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)