The McCarthys Trailer Teases A Boston Family Comedy Coming To CBS
CBS only added a couple of comedies to their 2014-2015 lineup, and the sole new half-hour sitcom to find a spot on the Fall lineup is The McCarthys, a multi-camera comedy that's been in the works for quite a while now, but looks like it may very well be worth the wait. Not only does the promising multi-camera comedy offer a great cast that includes Laurie Metcalf, Tyler Ritter, Jack McGee and Kelen Coleman, but there are some humorous moments in the preview, as we see Tyler Ritter's Ronny trying to distance himself from his family.
The McCarthys comes from Will Gluck and Andy Ackerman. Here's CBS's full description for the comedy series:
CBS's multi-camera comedy The McCarthys has been in the works at the Eye for well over a year now. Originally, the comedy was going to star The Office's Jake Lacy, but by Summer of last year, the pilot was being sent back to the drawing board to be retooled. In the end, Lacy was out and Tyler Ritter -- son of John Ritter, brother of Jason -- stepped in to play Ronny. Now it seems CBS is ready to move forward with it. They have it set up to air after Two and a Half Men on Thursday nights, starting this fall. It'll cap off the network's two-hour comedy block, airing ahead of returning drama Elementary.
View CBS's full 2014-2015 lineup here.
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