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How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life): TV Review

ABC's sitcom, starring Sarah Chalke as a divorced woman who moved back in with her parents, has potential but also has its weaknesses. But who knows what will work on broadcast TV these days?

First Look Key Art at Sarah Chalke’s ABC Comedy ‘How to Live With Your Parents’ (Exclusive)

Check out the official key art for the series co-starring Elizabeth Perkins and Brad Garrett.

TV’s Unfunny Fall: Why Are All the Comedies Flopping?

With "Go On" the only "hit" of the freshman crop, new sitcom blocks are tanking and hyped first-year series are pulling anemic numbers -- and those are the shows that are still on the air.

ABC’s Midseason Schedule Slots ‘Red Widow’ Premiere, Gives ‘Parents’ Post-‘Modern Family’ Spot

"Happy Endings" and "Apartment 23" move off the schedule in March, while "Zero Hour," "Family Tools," "The Taste" and "Celebrity Diving" also join the lineup.

‘How to Live With Your Parents’ Sets ‘Knots Landing’ Reunion for Michele Lee, EP Claudia Lonow (Exclusive)

She'll guest star as an agent to Elizabeth Perkins' Elaine, while Jackee Harry and Laraine Newman will play her friends.

‘Friday Night Lights’ Alum Boards ABC’s ‘How to Live With Your Parents’ (Exclusive)

Stephanie Hunt will play Jenn, a friend who helps Sarah Chalke's Polly re-enter the dating scene.

‘How to Live with Your Parents’ Creator Claudia Lonow Will Never Leave Home (Q&A)

"I think they should have to be the ones to move out," the showrunner tells THR, opening up about the creation, casting and awkward notes for her autobiographical midseason ABC comedy.

First Look: Watch Trailers for All of ABC’s New Series

A musical drama starring "Friday Night Lights'" Connie Britton and a NATO thriller from "The Shield's" Shawn Ryan as well as comedies featuring Reba McEntire and Sarah Chalke highlight the network's…

ABC Gives Series Orders to Connie Britton’s ‘Nashville,’ Reba McEntire Comedy, ‘Last Resort,’ 6 More

UPDATED: The network has given series orders to five dramas and four comedies.