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'Undateable' gets second season from NBC

Aug 01 (TheWrap.com) - NBC has renewed Chris D'Elia comedy "Undateable" for second season.

'Undateable' gets second season from NBC

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Aug 01 (TheWrap.com) - NBC has renewed Chris D'Elia comedy “Undateable” for second season.

“Undateable” had premiered to the top rating for a summer comedy in five years (1.3) and the most viewers in seven years (3.9 million). That said, those would be soft numbers any other time of year, and there have not been many recent summer comedies.

“Undateable” follows Danny Burton (D'Elia), a 30-something single bro who has lost most of his friends to serious relationships. He finds a new group of friends — and a roommate — at a local bar. What his friends lack in game, Danny lacks in an ability to connect with people emotionally.

D'Elia tweeted the news on Thursday night.

 

 

 

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