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TV Land's push into original scripted laffers is gaining momentum: The cabler has greenlighted two new sitcoms and given a second season renewal to "Retired at 35."
"Retired at 35" achieves the almost unimaginable feat of making CBS' similar "(Bleep) My Dad Says" look like a classic.
TV Land is building its lineup of original series.
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