CBS I have started preparing the grid for the 2021-22 season. And for that reason, The chain has decided to announce the renewal of the two sitcoms that make up its Monday night comedy block, ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ and ‘The Neighborhood’, for a third and a fourth season respectively.
‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ and ‘The Neighborhood’
The two fictions, which have been forced to shoot without a live audience due to the pandemic, have helped CBS carve out a hole on Monday night, so the renewal of both is not a great surprise. ‘The Neighborhood’, which comes from the writer of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Jim Reynolds, is the second most watched television comedy with more than 7 million viewers. ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’, for its part, gathers about 6.7 million viewers.
« We are enormously proud of these two comedies and are delighted that they are returning next season, » says Thom Sherman, CBS senior executive vice president of programming. « ‘The Neighborhood’ and ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ masterfully combine humor with culturally relevant stories and They are our mainstay on Monday night« .
The ‘king’ of comedy on CBS
‘Bob Hearts Abishola’, from Warner Bros. TV, is lVeteran Chuck Lorre’s first CBS series to get a makeover this season. The prequel to ‘The Big Bang Theory’, Young Sheldon‘, for example, still waiting to know if he will have a fifth season; ‘Mom’, the chain’s longest-running comedy, is currently airing its eighth season, the first without Anna Faris, but it doesn’t seem like it’s going to have trouble renewing; while the debutante ‘B Positive’, which is off to a good start, got a full season a few months ago and is very likely to return with a second season. Also, Lorre has yet another comedy pending release, ‘United States of Al’, which will arrive in April.