ABC Gives Full Season Orders For ‘The Wonder Years’, ‘Home Economics’


ABC gave orders for the full season of its recent revival of The good years, as well as his second comedy Domestical economyaccording to Deadline.

  • Both The good years and Domestical economy received a back order of nine episodes, which will bring their full seasons to 22 episodes.
  • The rebirth of The good years premiered on September 22 as ABC’s strongest new comedy in two years.
  • Over seven days of cross-platform viewing, the premiere garnered 6.4 million total viewers and a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49.
  • The show now averages 4.8 million total viewers across all linear and digital platforms and is linked to The Conners as ABC’s Top Comedy for Adults 18-49.
  • After only a seven-episode first season shortened by the pandemic, the second season of Domestical economy also premiered on September 22.
  • The show’s pickup features five episodes in its second series, which currently averages 3.6 million total viewers.

About Wonderful Years:

  • Inspired by the beloved award-winning series of the same name, The good years is a coming-of-age story set in the late 1960s that takes a nostalgic look at a middle-class black family in Montgomery, Alabama through the perspective of the imaginative Dean , 12 years. Along with the wisdom of his adult years, Dean’s hopeful and humorous recollections show how his family found their “wonderful years” in turbulent times.
  • The cast includes:
    • Elisha “EJ” Williams
    • Don Cheadle
    • Dule Hill
    • Saycon Sengbloh
    • Laura Kariuki

About home economics:

  • Domestical economy follows three adult siblings in very different financial situations. The series is signed Michael Colton, John Aboud and Topher Grace. In the sitcom, Jimmy Tatro plays Connor, Karla Souza plays Marina, Topher Grace plays Tom, Caitlin McGee plays Sarah, and Sasheer Zamata plays Denise.
  • The cast includes:
    • Topher Grace
    • Caitlin McGee
    • jimmy tatro
    • Karla Souza
    • Sasheer Zamata

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