Hot In Cleveland

The stars are lining up to appear in TV’s hottest new comedy, HOT IN CLEVELAND. Joe Jonas leads a long list of new and classic celebrities making appearances throughout the summer, including Carl Reiner, Huey Lewis, Susan Lucci, Hal Linden, Wayne Knight, Shirley Knight, Juliet Mills and Amy Yasbeck.

The legendary Carl Reiner (THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW), begins the long series of guest roles when he appears Monday, July 19 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (Friday, July 23 at 8:30 pm ET/PT on The Comedy Network).

John Schneider (DUKES OF HAZZARD) was the first guest star to grace the shows’ soundstage this season when he appeared in the pilot episode. Still to come this summer on CTV are appearances by Huey Lewis (Duets) and Amy Yasbeck (WINGS) on July 26; Wayne Knight (SEINFELD) on August 2; Shirley Knight (As Good As It Gets), Hal Linden (BARNEY MILLER) and Juliet Mills (NANNY AND THE PROFESSOR) on August 9; Joe Jonas (The Jonas Brothers) on September 6; and the incomparable Susan Lucci (ALL MY CHILDREN) later this season.

Since its debut to record audiences on TV Land in the U.S. last month (4.7 million viewers), HOT IN CLEVELAND continues to be a hit this side of the border as well. A stellar 1.82 million viewers tuned in to CTV for the premiere episode last week, and nearly 1.5 million (1.46) for Episode 2 on Monday.

Episodes 1 and 2 are now available on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca and thecomedynetwork.ca.

 

8:00pm – Monday, July 12 on CTV

Joy’s (Jane Leeves) fling with a younger man dredges up a secret from her past; Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) coaxes Elka (Betty White) to dive back into the dating pool; and Victoria’s (Wendie Malick) new shopping habits come with fringe benefits.

Joe Jonas will make a guest appearance on new comedy hit Hot in Cleveland.

One third of the Jonas Brothers group, Joe will take on a role on the Betty White sitcom playing the son of Valerie Bertinelli’s character.

His episode should air in August with the possibility of return appearances in the next season of the hit new show.

Source: TV Squad

 

Brand new comedy series Hot In Cleveland has been given the go-ahead for a second season.

The show which hit screens for the first time this year with Betty White headlining the cast will continue into next year with another 20 episode ordered.

“We are so excited that ‘Hot in Cleveland’ was embraced by viewers in such a big way,” said TV Land president Larry W. Jones.

“We absolutely love the show and can’t wait to see what hilarious new experiences these characters will encounter.”

The second season will be twice as long as this year’s debut and has a tentative start date of January next year.

Hot In Cleveland screens Mondays at 8.00pm on CTV.

Source: THR

 

CTV’s newest series HOT IN CLEVELAND is Canada’s favourite new comedy as 1.82 million viewers tuned-in to the non-simulcast Canadian broadcast premiere on CTV.

Winning the 8 p.m. timeslot, HOT IN CLEVELAND beat THE BACHELORETTE (Citytv, 1.2 million) and more than doubled the audience of LIE TO ME (Global 830,000).

Keeping the fire burning for the Monday Night comedy block, HOT IN CLEVELAND was the second most-watched program of the day behind only THE BIG BANG THEORY (1.88 million) with viewers P2+ and the key demos A18-49 and A25-54. Last night’s broadcast marks the highest rated comedy debut since HICCUPS and DAN FOR MAYOR earlier this year. It now stands as the #1 ranked new import comedy of the year.

As the latest show to join CTV.ca’s lineup of series, the premiere episode is now available on demand on CTV.ca. An encore episode of the premiere also airs on The Comedy Network Friday, July 9 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT.

In next week’s episode of HOT IN CLEVELAND, entitled “Who’s Your Mama?” (Monday, July 12 at 8 p.m. ET), Joy’s (Jane Leeves) fling with a younger man dredges up a secret from her past; Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) coaxes Elka (Betty White) to dive back into the dating pool; and Victoria’s (Wendie Malick) new shopping habits come with fringe benefits.

 

8:00pm – Monday, July 5 on CTV

Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Leeves) and Victoria (Wendie Malick) decide to stick around in Cleveland and rent a house with an elderly caretaker Elka Ostrovsky (Betty White).