TBS Renews ‘Sullivan & Son,’ ‘Men at Work’ and ‘Deal With It’

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TBS has renewed a trio of shows, offering third seasons to sitcoms “Sullivan & Son” and “Men at Work,” and a second season to reality program “Deal With It.”

“‘Sullivan & Son’ and ‘Men At Work’ have really caught on with TBS’s core viewers, and ‘Deal With It’ has burst out of the gate as one of the summer’s most popular new cable series,” said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TBS, TNT and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). “We are very excited to be expanding our relationship with the producers, cast members and production teams on these three series.”

TBS ordered 13 segs for “Sullivan & Son’s” third season, and plans to debut the new season next summer. Its second run, which comes to a close this week on the cabler, averages 2.4 million in L+7 delivery. Show is produced by Wild West Picture Show Prods. in association with Warner Horizon TV, with Vince Vaughn, Peter Billingsley and Rob Long exec producing.

“Men at Work” was handed a 10-episode order, after its second season averaged 1.9 million viewers. Multi-cam show hails from Sony Pictures TV and Fanfare, and is exec produced by Breckin Meyer, Jamie Tarses and Julia Franz. TBS will launch the third season of “Men at Work” early next year.

Finally, the network has ordered 10 episodes for “Deal With It’s” second season. Hosted by Theo Von, the hidden cam prank show draws 2.3 million in L+7. Howie Mandel’s Alevy Prods., Roy Bank’s Banca Studio and Keshet Broadcasting produce the series in association with Lionsgate TV. Mandel, Mike Marks, Roy Bank and Mike Harney serve as exec producers along with Avi Nir, Igal Shilon, Ami Glam, Ran Tellem, Guy Wasserman and Itay Barkan. The second season will bow next year.

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