Prepare to rejoice fellow Asian Americans.
ABC has finally released it’s premiere date of its newest sitcom “Fresh Off The Boat.”
The show which has already garnered positive reviews for its pilot has been slotted in the 8pm, Tuesday night slot which was formally held by this year’s (unfortunate miss) “Selfie.”
“Fresh Off The Boat” will be the first primetime sitcom to feature an all Asian American family since Margaret Cho’s “American Girl” in the 90’s.
Let the rejoicing begin!
IT’S A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE.
12 years in the making, the hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” will finally come to a close on Thursday February 19th, with an hour long series finale.
After a tumultuous run with numerous cast changes, plot twists, and highs and lows inconsistent viewership, the time has come to say goodbye to the Harpers and Schmidts.
Rumor has it that infamous actor Charlie Sheen may even return to partake in the festivities in honor of his former character and in respect to the fans which have kept the show going for 12 solid years.
Maybe there truly is a Santa after all?
As 2014 begins to wrap itself up in a flurry of tinsel and garland, the holiday season brings us a festive opportunity to end the year with a smash.
In regards to sitcom debuts, this year has had its fair share of highs and lows.
But something about the holiday season conjures up a sense of nostalgia and when it comes to comedy holiday specials, there is no exception.
The great thing about television today is that we have the pleasure of visiting old friends when we’re feeling a little sentimental, and with this list of oldies but goodies, we can merrily toast to the new year ahead.