Playing House fans can breath a sigh of relief and pump their fists.
The comedy following childhood best friends growing up together has been renewed for a third season.
“Not only is this a show for the ages, Playing House also represents a whole new way of financing production with its unique partnership of ad sales, Comcast, studio and network,” said Jeff Wachtel, President and Chief Content Officer, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment.
“Year-over-year we have seen Playing House attract critical acclaim and a loyal fan base that continues to grow,” said Jackie de Crinis, Executive Vice President Original Programming, USA Network, “The unique relationship between Jessica and Lennon translates into a heart-warming comedy about friendship and we are delighted to have it for a third season.”
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Childhood best friends Maggie Caruso (Parham, “Parks and Recreation”) and Emma Crawford (St. Clair, “Bridesmaids”), have shared countless adventures growing up in the charming town of Pinebrook, Conn. When Maggie discovered that her husband Bruce (Brad Morris, “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”) was having an online affair, Emma gave up her burgeoning business career in China to stay in their hometown and help Maggie raise her baby. Now, Emma is forced to confront the past that she abruptly left behind thirteen years ago: her first love and local cop, Mark (Keegan-Michael Key, “Key & Peele,”), her prim-and-proper mother (Jane Kaczmarek, “Malcolm in the Middle”) and a small town that she’s never felt comfortable in.