Articles for Surviving Suburbia Season 1

In case you haven‘t heard, Bob Saget has a new series on The CW called Surviving Suburbia and Cynthia Stevenson has just been cast to play his wife. After playing Police Chief Celia Bachelor on Men In Trees for the past two seasons, the 46-year-old actress will now try her hand at comedy. Surviving Suburbia follows Bob Saget, a misanthrope who wants nothing more than to be left a lone in his suburban home.  The new series will serve as part of the network‘s Sunday lineup, all of which will be produced by studio Media Rights Capital, starting in September. Read more »
For exclusive on-set videos and hot features on the new TV season, check out BuddyTV‘s Fall 2008 Preview.Network: The CW-In Harm‘s Way Premiere: Sunday, October 5, 7pm-Valentine Premiere: Sunday, October 5, 8pm-Easy Money Premiere: Sunday, October 5, 9pm-Surviving Suburbia Premiere: Sunday, November 2, 7:30pm -Valentine Cast: Jaime Murray, Kristopher Polaha, Nikki Snelson, Autumn Reeser, Patrick Fabian, Greg Ellis and Robert Baker-Easy Money Cast: Laurie Metcalf, Jeff Hephner, Judge Reinhold, Nick Searcy, Jay Ferguson, Gary Farmer and Katie Lowes-Surviving Suburbia Cast: Bob Saget Read more »
Fourteen full years after Full House, Bob Saget returns for yet another family comedy, this time without the now vanished cuteness of the Olsen twins.  Dubbed as the male counterpart of Roseanne, Surviving Suburbia premiered on ABC on April 6, and stars Saget as family guy Steve Patterson, Cynthia Stevenson as his wife Anne, G. Hannelius as their daughter Courtney, Jared Kusnitz as their son Henry, and Jere Burns as Steve’s only friend Dr. Jim. Premiering to a decent 12.16 million viewers, Surviving Suburbia immediately followed Dancing with the Stars’ week 5 performance episode.  In fact, ABC opted to connect the two literally, by going straight from Dancing with the Stars to the Patterson’s living room, without any commercial break, where the family is watching the ABC reality show.  Saget confirmed in an interview with Associated Press that they had to reshoot the pilot to accommodate that particular transition. Read more »

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