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Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Castle, Modern Family, The Middle and Cougar Town All Back
Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Castle, Modern Family, The Middle and Cougar Town fans rejoice! Yesterday we received a press release from ABC to pass along (sorry, a bit late!) to inform fans that five of their favorite shows are going nowhere. Nothing too surprising here, but it’s good to see that Nathan Fillion’s Castle is reportedly doing quite well. I cut out the various show description that accompanied the press release, figuring that the people who care already know the deal.
ABC ANNOUNCES EARLY PICK-UPS FOR NEXT SEASON
“Castle,” “Cougar Town,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Middle,” “Modern Family” And “Private Practice” Receive Early Pick-ups for the 2011-12 Season
ABC announced early pick-ups for the 2011-12 season of “Castle,” “Cougar Town,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Middle,” “Modern Family” and “Private Practice.”
A solid mix of promising new series and proven returning hits helped the network achieve a strong start to the 2010-11 TV season. Season to date among Adults 18-49, ABC delivers 4 of the Top 10 highest-rated TV shows, the most for any network, including the Top 2 scripted programs. In fact among young adults, the network claims TV’s No. 1 comedy (“Modern Family”), the No. 1 drama (“Grey’s Anatomy”) and the No. 1 unscripted series (“Dancing with the Stars”). In Total Viewers, the network airs 2 of the Top 4 programs, including America’s No. 1 most-watched TV show overall with “Dancing with the Stars.” Led by Emmy-winning “Modern Family,” ABC’s 2-hour Wednesday night comedy block continues to resonate with viewers in its second year, surging by 15% in Total Viewers and by 14% in the key Adult 18-49 sales demographic from the same point last season.