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How to Be Single Directed by Christian Ditter Opens February 12 Every few years, at least a couple of channels attempt to mount an ongoing romantic comedy through the sitcom format. It almost never works; the kind of satisfying closure (or even satisfying lack of closure) that helps push a rom-com into collective memories is automatically delayed and delayed on a sitcom—indefinitely, or at least until it’s produced enough rom for syndication money. Though subplot romances (like...
Marry Me has all the hallmarks of something that's going to be great: A killer cast, including the long undersung Ken Marino and Casey Wilson, and a writer at the helm, Happy Ending's David Caspe, with a track record of seriously funny stuff. But in the first episode of the single-camera sitcom, which aired on NBC last night, it comes off as something that was a great idea on paper but falls flat in execution. The...
Splitsider announced today that there are two different sitcoms in development focused on the hijinks and hilarity that are all part of being a Brooklyn parent. Now, I know what you're thinking. You're thinking, "Brooklyn parents! What a great idea! I love talking to parents about their lives as parents and about their children. I have never, ever unfollowed someone on Twitter who is constantly talking about their kids. In fact, I'm more likely to follow...

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