TV Land cancels 'Jennifer Falls' after first season
Jennifer Falls will not return for a second season, EW has confirmed.
TV Land canceled the half-hour, single-camera comedy, starring Jaime Pressly, after its 10-episode season. The show followed Jennifer, a woman who, along with her daughter, moved back in with her mother after losing her job.
Matthew Carlson (The Wonder Years) created the series, which also starred Jessica Walter, Missi Pyle, Ethan Suplee, Nora Kirkpatrick, and Dylan Gelula. Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis executive produced the show.
The network announced it has picked up two more single-camera comedies: Impastor, starring Michael Rosenbaum, and Teachers, which Alison Brie is executive producing. Additionally, it revealed Darren Star’s Younger, starring Sutton Foster, will premiere in January 2015.
Following Jennifer Falls, Pressly can next be seen in a recurring role as a newly-sober woman in CBS’s Mom.