‘Sullivan & Son’ Season 3 and ‘Men at Work’ Season 3 Announced by TBS

TBS announced today that both of their hit sitcoms Sullivan & Son and Men at Work have been renewed for third seasons. Sullivan & Son, a comedy about a lawyer (Steve Byrne) who gives up his high-powered job to help his father run the family bar, was given a 13-episode order, while Men at Work,a workplace comedy starring Danny Masterson, Michael Cassidy and Adam Busch, will be back for a 10-episode third season. Meanwhile, the Howie Mandel hosted prank show Deal With It was given the greenlight for a second season.

Sullivan & Son and Men At Work have really caught on with TBS’s core viewers, and Deal With It has burst out of the gate as one of the summer’s most popular new cable series,” said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TBS, TNT and Turner Classic Movies (TCM) in a statement. “We are very excited to be expanding our relationship with the producers, cast members and production teams on these three series.”

The renewals come as TBS continues to expand its comedy lineup. The D.L. Hughley and Michael Ian Black led game show Trust Me, I’m a Game Show Host is set to kick-off Tuesday, October 22nd, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), while the network will expand its late-night lineup with the The Pete Holmes Show Mondays-Thursdays at midnight (ET/PT), beginning October 28th. Finally on Thursday, November 14th at 10PM ET/PT, TBS will premiere the new sitcom Ground Floor, created by Emmy® nominees Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town, Scrubs) and Greg Malins (2 Broke Girls, How I Met Your Mother). Ground Floor will star Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect), Briga Heelan (Cougar Town) and John C. McGinley (Scrubs).

Sullivan & Son‘s second season finale will air this Thursday, August 22nd at 10PM on TBS. Men at Work‘s second season finale aired earlier this year. Both shows are expected to premiere their new seasons in 2014.

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