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ABC Gets Miss/Guided After Dancing

Replicating a familiar Dancing routine, Miss/Guided, a new ABC comedy, is set to debut March 18 (10:30/ET), right after Dancing with the Stars. The series, which follows a so-called ugly duckling (Judy Greer) who becomes a guidance counselor at her alma mater, will move to Thursdays at 8 pm/ET thereafter.The post-Dancing debut may be an attempt by ABC to recreate the premiere success of another female-driven comedy, Samantha Who?, which piggybacked Dancing for its premiere in October. Together the shows kicked ratings butt, with 19.3 million viewers (ages 18-29) on Oct. 15. Samantha debuted with 14.3 mil. Behind the scenes, Miss will be guided by exec producer Mark Hudis (That '70s Show), who will be joined by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, among others — so chances for the series to stand on its own two dancing feet are looking pretty good. — Anna Dimond

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Replicating a familiar Dancing routine, Miss/Guided, a new ABC comedy, is set to debut March 18 (10:30/ET), right after Dancing with the Stars. The series, which follows a so-called ugly duckling ( Judy Greer) who becomes a guidance counselor at her alma mater, will move to Thursdays at 8 pm/ET thereafter.
The post- Dancing debut may be an attempt by ABC to recreate the premiere success of another female-driven comedy, Samantha Who?, which piggybacked Dancing for its premiere in October. Together the shows kicked ratings butt, with 19.3 million viewers (ages 18-29) on Oct. 15. Samantha debuted with 14.3 mil.
Behind the scenes, Miss will be guided by exec producer Mark Hudis ( That '70s Show), who will be joined by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, among others - so chances for the series to stand on its own two dancing feet are looking pretty good. - Anna Dimond