'Cougar Town' Renewed for Final Season, ABC Renews 'Last Man Standing'
'Cougar Town' Renewed for Final Season, ABC Renews 'Last Man Standing'
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The end is near for the Cul-de-Sac Crew. Cougar Town has been renewed for a sixth and final season while ABC has renewed its final comedy and picked up two new ones.

Cougar Town, starring Courteney Cox, will be back for a 13-episode sixth and final season on TBS. The show started on ABC for three seasons, but will now conclude with three seasons on TBS. The renewal will also help the show celebrate its 100th episode near the end of the upcoming season.

On ABC, the Tim Allen sitcom Last Man Standing has been renewed for a fourth season. It was the last holdout on ABC's comedy side following renewals for The Goldbergs, The Middle and Modern Family, while the network's five other comedies, including Suburgatory and Trophy Wife, were cancelled.

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ABC also picked up two more new comedies, both featuring minority stars. Cristela is about a law student who clashes with her traditional Mexican-American family and Fresh Off the Boat is about a Taiwanese-American family trying to live out the American dream in Orlando in the '90s.

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With these two new shows, ABC is now up to 14 new programs for the 2014-2015 season, including three comedies centered on non-white families (these two new ones and Anthony Anderson's Black-ish).


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