There’s good news for the cast and crew of The good years and Domestical economy. ABC has ordered nine additional episodes of each show, bringing their respective season orders to 22 installments each. Both family comedies air on Wednesday nights.
The good years The television show was inspired by the original 1988 series. This incarnation stars Don Cheadle, Elisha “EJ” Williams, Dule Hill, Saycon Sengbloh, Laura Kariuki, Julian Lerner, Amari O’Neil, and Milan Ray. Set in the late 1960s, the series takes a nostalgic look at the Williams family – middle-class black residents of Montgomery, Alabama – through the perspective of 12-year-old imaginative son Dean (Williams). years. Dean tells the story as an adult (Cheadle). His hopeful and humorous memories of his past highlight the ups and downs of growing up in that time and place, as well as the friendship, laughter, and lessons Dean encountered along the way..
The first season of The good years boasts an average rating of 0.51 in the 18-49 demographic and 2.63 million viewers in Live+ same-day ratings (including DVR playback until 3 a.m.).
the Domestical economy The TV show stars Topher Grace, Caitlin McGee, Jimmy Tatro, Karla Souza, Sasheer Zamata, Shiloh Bearman, Jordyn Curet, Chloe Jo Rountree, and JeCobi Swain. The show takes a look at the heartwarming but super uncomfortable and sometimes frustrating relationship between three adult siblings in the Hayworth family. Connor (Tatro) is the youngest and most successful brother in the family. He runs his own private equity firm and his marriage has fallen apart. He has a daughter named Gretchen (Bearman). Tom (Grace) is the middle brother and is a struggling middle class author. He is married to Marina (Souza), a former lawyer, and they have three children. Sarah (McGee) is the older sister and an out-of-work children’s therapist who can barely make ends meet. She is married to Denise (Zamata), a teacher, and they have two children and live in a cramped Bay Area loft..
The second season of Domestical economy averages a 0.36 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.00 million viewers in Live + Same Day Ratings (includes all DVR playback until 3am). Compared to the first season, it’s down 22% in the demo and down 22% in viewership.
— Topher Grace (@TopherGrace) October 26, 2021
— The Wonder Years (@WonderYearsABC) October 26, 2021
What do you think? Do you like those Wednesday night comedies? Are you happy to hear that they will have more episodes this season?