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Crowded Canceled After 1 Season on NBC

NBC has canceled comedy Crowded after one season. The sitcom starred Patrick Warburton and Miranda Cosgrove . More to come...   Read More... //

Betty White gets handsy in 'Crowded' guest role: Exclusive first look

Betty White will be causing a stir on Crowded this Sunday. The veteran actress has a guest spot on the freshman NBC sitcom as a therapy patient who moves in with the Moore family and helps them with their problems. The episode will also feature Whites former Hot in Cleveland ...   Read More... //

Crowded: Will You Make a Little Room For NBC's Newest Sitcom?

NBCs rookie comedy Crowded will likely make recent college grads think twice before relocating to their parents basements. After all, even if it is the most convenient and/orfinancially savvy option to move back in with Mom and Dad post-diploma, would you really want to live with your parents when you know that (A) theyre secretly [] //

CROWDED on NBC First Look

NBCs comedy slate is undergoing a massive overhaul in the 2015-2016 season, with only UNDATEABLE returning. For its new show, CROWDED, the network is exploring the dynamic of children moving back home with their parents (played by Carrie Preston and Patrick Warburton). Check out some photos from the pilot, the official description, and hopefully there [] //

NBC Picks Up Sitcoms Superstore and Crowded With America Ferrera and Patrick Warburton

  America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, and Patrick Warburton all got new gigs today, as NBC picked up two new sitcoms to series. Superstore stars Ferrera and Feldman as workers at a Walmart-style retailer who "tackle the day-to-day grind of rabid bargain hunters, riot-causing sales and nap-worthy training sessions" while presumedly being forbidden from unionizing . Crowded sees Warburton and True Blood 's Carrie Preston as empty-nesters who suddenly find their house full up when their millennial daughters (Miranda Cosgrove and Mia Serafino) and elderly parents all move back in. So that's an Office -like workplace sitcom, a multi-generational family comedy in the style of CBS; add them to the How I Met Your Mother style People Are Talking , and it's clear that the Peacock is trying to get out of its sitcom recession by any means necessary.  Read More...   //