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Eye net still has ‘Class’

CBS orders additional 4 scripts

“The Class” is still in session at CBS, which has ordered an additional four scripts of the frosh laffer.

Laffer hasn’t yet caught on with viewers but has seen its numbers tick up slightly since swapping time slots with “How I Met Your Mother” on Monday nights. Season to date, the show has averaged a 3.1 rating and 9 share among adults 18-49, as well as 8.9 million viewers.

David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik created “The Class,” which comes from Warner Bros. TV. Crane and Klarik exec produce with James Burrows.

Sitcom revolves around members of a third-grade elementary school class who reunite 20 years later. Jason Ritter, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Lizzy Caplan, Lucy Punch, Andrea Anders, Jon Bernthal, Heather Goldenhersh, Sean Maguire, Julie Halston, Sam Harris and David Keith star.

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