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It was bad news for Don't Trust the B In Apartment 23 back in January, when the series - which had already been moved to Sundays - was yanked from the schedule entirely. While it's probably safe to assume the Apartment has been evicted from ABC's building, fans of the series can still see what's left of the series' second season this Spring when it's released online.
ABC’s Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 has basically been cancelled by the network, as well as pulled from the Tuesday night lineup until further notice. The slow but steady death of the series has been a long time coming due to underwhelming ratings, but it’s a little surprising ABC is pulling the remaining episodes of the series, rather than letting them play out.
Those looking for the next new episode of what's left of 666 Park Avenue early next month might be surprised to find two back-to-back comedies in place of the supernatural drama that usually airs after Revenge. ABC's plan was to air what was left of the produced episodes of 666 Park Avenue, after which the series would not be returning with future episodes, however it looks like the drama will be pulled from the schedule until the summer.
Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 will be getting a visit from a major television star of the 80s. Richard Dean Anderson, better known to the television-viewing public as MacGyver, will be making a guest appearance as himself on the ABC comedy’s current second season.
TV show titles tend to range from brilliant, clever and witty to clunky, vague, awkward and in some cases, just plain misleading. Some titles overcome their initial problems, while others go down in history as being among the more memorably bad series names. Rather than listing off our favorite terrible TV titles, we found ourselves breaking down the title problems by category.
Cougar Town may be headed to TBS, but it looks like we haven't seen the last of Busy Philipps on ABC on Tuesday nights (or technically, one more Tuesday night.) It looks like we'll be seeing a mini-Dawsons Creek reunion this fall, as Philipps is headed to Don't Trust The B---- Apartment 23 in a guest starring role for the series' second season premiere.
ABC has posted their 2012-2013 Primetime schedule, and as you'll notice, a few returning shows have been shifted around to make room for some of the promising looking newcomers. From what we can tell, it looks like the network has made some good calls with regards to the scheduling adjustments. This includes moving Revenge to Sunday nights, and shifting a couple of returning comedies to Tuesdays.
The titular “B” in ABC’s new comedy series Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 is not exactly what you’d call a morally upstanding individual, as you may have surmised by the title of the series. Watchdog group the Parents Television Council have voiced complaints about the character and the series in general, targeting the show’s advertisers in the process.
With Happy Endings wrapped up for the season, that leaves a 30-minute-sized hole in ABC’s Wednesday night comedy block, which as of tomorrow night, will be filled by the new comedy series Don’t Trust the B---- In Apartment 23. The clips we have to show you from the series premiere offer a look at all three main characters, including “The Beek from the Creek.”