When New Girl wrapped its successful seven-season run on FOX last year, it left behind a void for sunny, quirky, ensemble-driven comedy. Luckily, creator Elizabeth Meriwether has ensured that her brand of humor will live on through her new show, ABC’s Single Parents.
Now midway through its first season, it makes a great case not only for why it’s probably the best new network comedy of last year, but also why it’s the perfect replacement for New Girl.
Single Parents, as the title loudly suggests, follows five single parents who form a “grid” because their children attend the same school. They rely on each other for babysitting, carpooling, and playdates before eventually becoming great friends. Read more…
ABC’s ‘Single Parents’ fills the ‘New Girl’ void on TV was orginially posted by Saloni Gajjar