Saget's Surviving Suburbia Lands Prime-Time Real Estate
The Bob Saget sitcom Surviving Suburbia has finally found a home, and it's in a prime location: right after the highly rated Dancing with the Stars.
The show, in which the former Full House star plays a cynical family man, will air Mondays at 9:30 pm/ET beginning April 6, ABC announced Wednesday.
The show should draw significantly more eyes there than in the slot where it had previously been scheduled, Sunday nights on the CW. The netlet dropped the show when it ended its outsourcing arrangement with the independent production house Media Rights Capital.
Since then, production has continued on the first 13 episodes.
Cynthia Stevenson (Men in Trees, Dead Like Me) plays Saget's wife and the mother of their two children. The family tries to endure spats with neighbors, school pressures, and the usual suburban crises.
Now we just need John Stamos on Dancing with the Stars and we can have us a nice little Full House reunion, every Monday.
What do you think? Can Suburbia not just survive but flourish in its cushy new time slot?