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The news, which was announced Wednesday during the cabler’s time in front of the press at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour, comes less than a week before Younger‘s sophomore season debut on Jan. 13.
Produced by Sex and the City alum Darren Star, the show stars fan favorite Sutton Foster (Bunheads) as a recently divorced 40-year-old mother who re-enters the workforce as a 20-something. Younger marked TV Land’s first single-camera comedy and represents the cable network’s reinvention as a home to younger-skewing fare vs. the multicamera stable of programming that helped the network enter the original scripted landscape.
In the past year, TV Land parted ways with Hot in Cleveland and The Exes, among other multicamera series, in favor of The Gaffigan Show and Impastor — both of which were renewed for second seasons. The cabler will next launch Teachers, based on the web series, on Jan. 12 following the return of Younger. Also in the pipeline at TV Land is Lopez, a single-camera comedy starring George Lopez.
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