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The drama, from ABC Studios, has continued to be a solid performer in its second season on Thursdays at 9 p.m.Factoring in DVR, has begun to show its age and no longer ranks as TGIT's top performer though it is still a top 10 series.
Never shy to touch on major issues, the series featured a Christmas abortion and is currently taking on the presidential election with its first lady (Bellamy Young) running for office in a storyline that mirrors Hillary Clinton.This week, the network tested the comedy starring Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey and Jeff Garlin in the 8 p.m.slot, where its The season-six pickup comes just days ahead of the fantasy series' 100th episode — an important mark for syndication.After years of searching for a proper companion to hit has filled that space nicely thanks to impressive retention of the veteran comedy's audience.The half-hour single-cam hails from ABC Studios, where creator and showrunner Kenya Barris has a lucrative multiyear deal.Perhaps what's more interesting is that amid a landscape of more vertically aligned networks and studios, Dungey's early renewals include multiple series from outside studios including Sony Pictures Television (, in its first full season without male lead Patrick Dempsey, has reinvented itself.
In its 12th season, the Shonda Rhimes/Betsy Beers ABC Studios drama has become TGIT's best performing series — frequently topping Rhimes' Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn starrer will return for its sixth season.
Left on the bubble are ' Agent Carter,' ' American Crime,' ' Castle,' ' Nashville,' ' Galavant' and ' Last Man Standing' as Channing Dungey starts to make her mark on the network.
Two weeks after being tapped as ABC entertainment president, Channing Dungey is doing something her predecessor, Paul Lee, never did: hand out early renewals.
The series will likely feature another short-order of 15 episodes to accommodate both star Davis' feature work as well as its roller-coaster plot.
The drama, which is approaching its March 17 season two finale, will give way to Rhimes-produced midseason entry In its third season, the "1980-something" family comedy inspired by the life of showrunner Adam F. The Sony Pictures Television-produced comedy will return for its fourth season after it has helped solidify ABC's Wednesday night comedy block.
, which again hinges on whether or not stars Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic will sign new deals to return for a ninth season of the veteran procedural.