Coming off of the great renewal news for Community and Parks and Recreation, ABC has just announced that they are renewing another worthy comedy for a further season. Per TV Line, Happy Endings has been renewed for a 22-episode third season. Like the aforementioned NBC comedies, Happy Endings got off to a rough start creatively but has since come into its own and flourished as a whip-smart comedy with a great ensemble cast. This news comes on the heels of ABC renewing other comedies Modern Family, Suburgatory, and The Middle, though there’s still no word on freshman laugher Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23.
Elsewhere in the comedy television world, 30 Rock is set to return for a 13-episode final season, and with deals close to finished with the principal actors, an official renewal for The Office is expected shortly.
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