ABC Will Give ‘Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23’ Digital Coda

Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment

ABC will finish the run of canceled sitcom “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” online, with the final eight unaired episodes to be available on ABC.com, Hulu and iTunes on May 17.

“Exciting news for all you Don’t Trust the B—- in @apt23 fans! On May 17th the remaining episodes will be available…,” skein star Krysten Ritter tweeted Wednesday night. An ABC rep confirmed that all eight will be available online at that date.

The Alphabet net pulled “Don’t Trust the B” in January, replacing it with double airings of sitcom “Happy Endings.” The laffer bowed in ABC’s midseason sked in April 2012, in the choice timeslot following “Modern Family.”

In “Don’t Trust the B,” described as a distaff modern-day “Odd Couple,” Ritter plays con-artist-cum-party-girl Chloe — “part psychopath, part Holly Golightly,” Variety’s Brian Lowry wrote in a review last year. Other ensemble cast members are Dreama Walker (June), Michael Blaiklock (Eli), Eric André (Mark), Ray Ford (Luther) and James Van Der Beek as himself.

Ritter’s post referenced “8 episodes of genus [sic] B—- hilarity!”

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  1. Joe Smart says:

    Exciting news would have been if the show had been renewed.

  2. jpmist says:

    Wittiest comedy I’d seen in years. Such manic lunacy! So sorry it was cancelled, will miss it.

    Why can’t Amazon, Netflix or cable pick this show up?

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