The wine-guzzling denizens of “Cougar Town” will be back for another season.

TBS has renewed the hit sitcom for a sixth and final season. The show, starring Courteney Cox, Christa Miller, Busy Philipps, Dan Byrd, Ian Gomez, Josh Hopkins and Brian Van Holt, will return in early 2015 for 13 episodes.

“Cougar Town” was created by “Scrubs” alums, exec producer Bill Lawrence and consulting producer Kevin Biegel, who left their posts after the show’s move to TBS. The series is produced by ABC Studios with Lawrence, Cox, David Arquette and showrunner Blake McCormick serving as exec producers.

The show premiered on ABC in the fall of 2009 then moved to TBS in January 2013 for its fourth season. The show’s fifth season averaged more than 2 million viewers and ranked as one of cable’s top 10 comedies with adults 18-49.

TBS picked up the Rashida Jones-starrer “Tribeca” from Steve and Nancy Carell, as well as two other comedies this week: “Buzzy’s” and “Your Family or Mine.” TBS and TNT will have their upfront presentation on May 14 in New York City.