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Denverites can celebrate the show’s arrival with a series of live sets at Comedy Works on Larimer Square timed to the show’s broadcast premiere.
But Tuesday’s announcement of a second, 13-episode season for “Those Who Can’t” underlines the hopes tru TV has for the show as it continues rebranding itself from a true-crime network to a comedy-focused one.
“We love ‘Those Who Can’t’ so much we literally couldn’t wait to make more,” Chris Linn, president of tru TV, said in a news release.
11, 2016, first-season release date on tru TV last week.
Owned by Turner Broadcasting, tru TV has been promoting “Those Who Can’t” with ads (and articles) in Variety and other publications, as well as an appearance from the cast at the New York Television Festival last month with director Bobcat Goldthwait.The show follows a trio of immature teachers — played by the Grawlix members — at the fictional Denver-based Smoot High.Tru TV is doubling down on its first-ever scripted comedy by renewing the Denver-based sitcom “Those Who Can’t” for a second season — two months before the first season has even aired.Created by and starring Denver’s Grawlix comedy trio, “Those Who Can’t” got its Feb.
The second season will air sometime later in 2016, tru TV said.“Those Who Can’t” began as a pilot for Amazon Studios, which was passed over and then later picked up, rewritten and re-shot for tru TV.