More 'Boys' in TBS lineup next season


TBS is looking to bring its comedy series "My Boys," which had its season finale Monday night, back for a second season.

The cable network confirmed Monday that it is in talks for another season of the series from Sony Pictures Television, Pariah and Two Out Rally Prods. SPT declined comment.

"My Boys" debuted Nov. 28 as TBS' first original scripted comedy. In December, the network ordered nine additional episodes of the show, bringing the total number to 22. Those episodes debuted July 30, with back-to-back installments averaging 1.6 million total viewers, off only slightly from November's back-to-back series premiere (1.7 million) but up 4% in the adults 18-34 demo.

"My Boys," starring Jordana Spiro as a twentysomething sportswriter who spends a lot of time with her male friends, is executive produced by writer-creator Betsy Thomas, Jamie Tarses and Gavin Polone. Jim Gaffigan, Kyle Howard, Reid Scott, Michael Bunin, Jamie Kaler and Kellee Stewart round out the cast.

The hourlong season finale aired at 10 p.m. Monday.