Cougar Town Renewed by TBS for a Sixth (and, Yes, a Final) Season
Fill your largest flower vase with Malbec: TBS has renewed Cougar Town for Season 6.
Brace for a slightly bittersweet celebration, however, as the show’s next batch of 13 episodes will be the final ones for the Courteney Cox-led ensemble comedy about a group of wine-guzzling, suburban Florida pals.
TBS’ sixth- and final-season order will bring Cougar Town past the 100-episode mark, the magic number for becoming a viable candidate for syndication.
Cougar Town premiered in September, 2009 on ABC as a lead-out to Modern Family, then made the leap to cable after getting cancelled at the end of Season 3.
The forecast for the sitcom’s future looked slightly uncertain as recently as last month, when series regular Ian Gomez booked a role on the CBS comedy pilot Cuz-Bros (in second position to his Cougar Town gig).
The cul-de-sac crew is expected to return to TBS — and pound copious grape — in early 2015.
Unfortunately, it will also be last call for the Cul-de-Sac Crew, as Season 6 will be the last for the Courteney Cox-led comedy series. The final 13 episodes, which will put the series over the magical syndication number of 100 episodes, will premiere in 2015.
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