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Hot in Cleveland
Hot in Cleveland title.JPG
Genre Sitcom
Created by Suzanne Martin
Starring Valerie Bertinelli
Jane Leeves
Wendie Malick
Betty White
Composer(s) Ron Wasserman
Emerson Swinford
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 101 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Suzanne Martin
Sean Hayes
Todd Milliner
Lynda Obst
Larry W. Jones
Keith Cox
Producer(s) Bob Heath
Liz Feldman (season 1)
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 22 minutes
(without commercials)
Production company(s) Hazy Mills Productions
SamJen Productions
TV Land Original Productions
Distributor Endemol
Broadcast
Original channel TV Land
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run June 16, 2010 (2010-06-16) – present
External links
Website

Hot in Cleveland is an American sitcom on TV Land starring Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White. The series, which is TV Land's first original scripted series, premiered on June 16, 2010, and was TV Land's highest rated telecast in the cable network's 14-year history. The series was picked up for ten episodes.[1] On March 20, 2013, TV Land renewed Hot in Cleveland for a fifth season.[2] On May 1, 2014, TV Land renewed Hot in Cleveland for a sixth season.[3]

The series was created by Suzanne Martin and is executive produced by Martin, Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner, through their production companies SamJen Productions and Hazy Mills Productions, and is produced in association with TV Land. The concept behind the show is based on an original idea by Lynda Obst, who serves as executive producer. The series is recorded in front of a live studio audience at CBS's Studio Center in Studio City, Los Angeles.

Synopsis[edit]

The series centers on three has-been entertainment industry veterans (Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, and Wendie Malick) from Los Angeles who find a more welcoming and less shallow and youth-obsessed community in Cleveland, Ohio, where their plane makes an emergency landing in the pilot. They lease a home with a sassy caretaker (Betty White).

Cast and characters [edit]

Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves, and Betty White in August 2012

Main cast[edit]

  • Valerie Bertinelli as Melanie Hope Moretti, a writer and mother of college-age kids, named Will and Jenna. Depressed by her divorce, she boards a plane to Paris in the pilot episode to find love. However, when the plane makes an emergency landing in Cleveland, Melanie loves the city and its people so much that she decides to stay and live there. Melanie is found out to be pregnant at the end of season 4 with Alec's baby; however, it turns out that she has brain cancer, which has caused symptoms which affected her pregnancy test.[4][5]
  • Jane Leeves as Rejoyla "Joy" Scroggs, a never-married beautician, known as the "Eyebrow Queen of Beverly Hills", who counts among her clients stars such as Oprah Winfrey and Ryan Seacrest.[4] Joy's mother, who lives in England, is highly critical of her.[4][5] She had a son, Owen, when she was 15, but put him up for adoption.[6] In the first season finale, Joy receives a message from her son, but a tornado prevents her from contacting him.[7] Her son finally comes to visit her in Season 2, with disastrous results. At the end of season 3 a baby is left on the women's door-step. This baby is revealed in season 4 as Joy's grandson Wilbur. At the end of season 4 Joy's "Baby-Daddy" Simon shows up. He wants to get back together with Joy.
  • Wendie Malick as Victoria Chase, a six-time-divorced, Emmy Award-winning[8] soap opera star whose 27-year running show, Edge of Tomorrow, was recently canceled, leaving her to lament that her only career opportunities are playing Megan Fox's grandmother[4][5] and Melanie Griffith's mother[9] (in separate projects), and promoting adult underpants in Japan.[10] In "The Play's The Thing," after helping out in a high school play, Victoria accepts a job as the school's drama teacher. In Season 2, she becomes a reporter for Oh Hi, Ohio, a local news magazine program, and in Season 4, she stars in a fictional Woody Allen movie. She has two daughters, Emmy (an actress) and Oscar (a journalist), and one son named Tony (a software developer). She is sworn enemies with Susan Lucci and has fought Melanie Griffith.
  • Betty White as Elka Ostrovsky, an elderly Polish caretaker whose judgmental retorts to the other women in the pilot reveal an astringent demeanor and allude to a storied life, including escaping from the Nazis, an active sex life, heavy drinking, and possible marijuana use.[5] It is revealed in the first season finale that her late husband had mob connections, and that the smell of marijuana came from the polish of his stolen goods. In the season 2 finale her "dead" husband surprisingly shows up at her wedding to Fred. White was only expected to have a guest role in the pilot episode, but her performance was so well-received that the producers decided to make her a regular.[11]

Recurring cast[edit]

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Wayne Knight Rick Recurring
Carl Reiner Max Recurring
Jennifer Love Hewitt Emmy Chase Recurring Recurring
Joe Jonas Will Recurring
Juliet Mills Philippa Recurring Recurring
John Mahoney Roy Recurring Recurring
Buck Henry Fred Recurring
James Patrick Stuart Colin Cooper Recurring
Huey Lewis Johnny Revere Recurring
Susan Lucci Susan Lucci Recurring Recurring
Jon Lovitz Artie Firestone Recurring
Michael McMillian Owen Recurring
Georgia Engel Mamie-Sue Johnson Recurring
Jay Harrington Alec Recurring
Heather Locklear Chloe Recurring
Alan Dale Emmett Lawson Recurring
Eddie Cibrian Sean Recurring
Dave Foley Detective Bob Recurring
Craig Ferguson Simon Recurring
Tim Daly Mitch Recurring
  • Wayne Knight as Rick (season 1−2), the women's neighbor and a reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Rick has slept with Joy, but professes in Season 2 that he is more attracted to Melanie.
  • Carl Reiner as Max (season 1-3), Elka's on-again/off-again (mostly off) boyfriend.
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt as Emmy Chase (season 1-3; 5), Victoria's actress daughter. In the fifth season, it is revealed she is married and eight months pregnant with a daughter, named Melon, to whom she later gives birth.
  • Joe Jonas as Will (season 1-3), Melanie's son, who is in college.
  • Juliet Mills as Philippa (season 1; 4-), Joy's uptight and critical mother
  • John Mahoney as Roy (season 2–3; 5), a waiter who flirts with Elka in season two. In season three, he fakes a murder investigation to get closer to Elka. The two start dating, and go on many adventures, including skydiving. They break up after Roy's mother disapproves of Elka, but get back together in season 5, albeit briefly.
  • Buck Henry as Fred (season 2–3), Elka's fiancé in season 2. Their wedding is halted before they say their vows after Elka's "dead" husband shockingly shows up.
  • James Patrick Stuart as Colin Cooper (season 2–3), Victoria's co-anchor on Oh Hi, Ohio, whom she finds annoying. He has an off/on relationship with Joy throughout the second and third seasons.
  • Huey Lewis as Johnny Revere (season 1-3), a famous musician who has an on/off sexual relationship with Victoria that dates back many years.
  • Susan Lucci (season 1–3; 5), as a fictionalized version of herself. A rival of Victoria's from their soap opera days, who is constantly competing with her.
  • Jon Lovitz as Artie Firestone (season 2–3), a mentally unstable billionaire who is heir to the Firestone family fortune. In season two, while disowned by his family and homeless, he became engaged to Joy so she could get her green card. In season three, he began taking medication for his mental illness and was welcomed back into the Firestone family. The character's name and personal fortune is a reference to another character played by Lovitz, Artie Ziff, on The Simpsons.
  • Michael McMillian as Owen (season 2-), Joy's son from a teenage pregnancy, whom she gave up for adoption. He has his own illegitimate son, Wilbur, in the fourth season.
  • Georgia Engel as Mamie-Sue Johnson (season 3—), a naïve friend of Elka's. She and Elka run an illegal pharmacy in the fourth season.
  • Jay Harrington as Alec (season 4-), Melanie's boss and love interest in the fourth season. He and Melanie break up amicably, so that he can have the chance to be a father.
  • Heather Locklear as Chloe (season 4), Alec's ex-wife who is still his business partner.
  • Alan Dale as Emmett Lawson (season 4), Victoria's on-screen and off-screen love interest during the fourth season. He proposes to Victoria, but is soon arrested for tax fraud. He and Victoria marry in prison in the season finale, but he escapes from prison disguised as her. He faked his death and is presumably still alive in a remote area of the world, but Victoria has decided to move on without him.
  • Eddie Cibrian as Sean (season 4), Joy's fireman love interest.
  • Dave Foley as Detective Bob (season 4-), Joy's strange employer at a private detective agency where she works as a college intern. He quickly becomes infatuated with Joy.
  • Craig Ferguson as Simon (season 4-), Joy's baby daddy, Owen's father, and Wilbur's grandfather, who comes back into her life unexpectedly.
  • Tim Daly as Mitch (season 5), Joy's new boss after he takes over the detective agency from Bob. He later becomes Joy's boyfriend.
  • Bill Bellamy as Councilman Powell (season 5), a wheelchair-bound former Ohio State University football star who holds a city council seat that Elka seeks.

Guest stars[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Guest stars during the first season included Shirley Knight as Melanie's overprotective mother, Loretta;[12] Hal Linden as Victoria's womanizing actor father, Alex; singer Joe Jonas as Melanie's son, Will;[13] Carl Reiner as Max, Elka's boyfriend;[12] Bil Dwyer as Melanie's ex-husband Anders; and Juliet Mills as Joy's critical mother, Philippa. Other first season guest stars include John Schneider, Wayne Knight, Robert Gant, Huey Lewis,[12] Amy Yasbeck, Tim Conway, Mark Indelicato, David Starzyk, Gary Anthony Williams, Dave Foley and Susan Lucci.[14]

Season 2[edit]

For the second season, Mary Tyler Moore guest starred in the season premiere as Elka's jail cellmate, in the wake of the latter's arrest in the first season finale. This marked the first time since 1977, when The Mary Tyler Moore Show ended, that White and Moore had worked together.[15] Sherri Shepherd appeared in two episodes as the judge in Elka's competency case.[16] David Starzyk, John Schneider, Huey Lewis, Wayne Knight and Carl Reiner all reprised their roles from season 1. Bonnie Franklin also guest starred as Melanie's ex-boyfriend's mother, Franklin reuniting with One Day at a Time co-star Valerie Bertinelli. On July 20, 2011, Doris Roberts appeared as Lydia Dombrosky, Elka's nemesis. Jennifer Love Hewitt guest starred as Victoria's daughter Emmy, while Michael McMillian appeared as Joy's son, Owen. Buck Henry appeared in multiple episodes as Elka's love interest and eventual fiancé. Jimmy Kimmel, Susan Lucci, and Melanie Griffith made guest appearances as themselves. Michael E. Knight, Jon Lovitz, Isaiah Mustafa, Monica Horan, Frank Caliendo, Cedric the Entertainer, Darnell Williams and Jane Leeves' Frasier co-stars Peri Gilpin and John Mahoney also appeared on the show as guest stars. Don Rickles made a surprise appearance as Elka's dead husband in the Season 2 finale, "Elka's Wedding".

Season 3[edit]

Season three features guest stars such as series producer Sean Hayes as a hand model boyfriend of Victoria's, Gilles Marini as Captain Lebeau, Kathie Lee Gifford, Sandra Bernhard, Don Rickles as Elka's late husband Bob, who faked his death, John Mahoney as Roy, Elka's boyfriend, and Laura San Giacomo as Melanie's estranged sister, and Baron Davis and Josh Cribbs as themselves. In addition to Mary Tyler Moore guest starring in the second season premiere, the third season saw Betty White reunite with Ed Asner and Georgia Engel in two different episodes. The season includes the return of guests Jennifer Love Hewitt, Susan Lucci, Huey Lewis, Joe Jonas and Jon Lovitz.[17] Cybill Shepherd, Curtis Armstrong, Doug Savant, Kristin Chenoweth, Barry Bostwick, Dan Cortese, Lee Corso, Regis Philbin, Joan Rivers, and David Spade also make guest appearances in the third season.

Season 4[edit]

Season four recurring guests include Heather Locklear as Chloe, Jay Harrington as Alec, and Alan Dale as Emmett. Other guest stars include Craig Ferguson, who plays the ex-boyfriend that left Joy when she became pregnant, Eddie Cibrian as Sean, Fred Willard as Dr. Hill, and Gary Anthony Sturgis as Officer Davenport, while Ed Begley, Jr., Nicholas Bishop, Heather Dubrow, Dave Foley, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and George Hamilton also make guest appearances. Georgia Engel and Regis Philbin reprise their roles from the previous season, while Michael McMillian returns as Owen, Joy's son and Juliet Mills returns for one episode as Joy's mother.[18] In the live episode for the mid-season premiere, Academy Award winner Shirley Jones makes a guest appearance, as does William Shatner as "Sally from Cincinnati". Carol Burnett guest-starred as Victoria's mother and Jean Smart guest-starred as Victoria's sister in the second episode of the summer season. Tim Conway also reprised his role as Elka's ex-boyfriend, Nick.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show cast reunited on screen for the first time in 36 years, in an episode where Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman, Betty White and Georgia Engel were all members of a 1960s bowling team reuniting for the first time in 50 years.

In the season finale, Melanie announces she is pregnant, Joy rekindles her love for her son's father, and Victoria's husband, Emmett, who is in jail, has escaped on the night of their jailhouse honeymoon.

Season 5[edit]

Season 5 premiered with The Soul Man with two back-to-back live episodes on March 26, 2014 (10:00PM EDT and 10:30PM EDT).[19] Guest stars in the premiere episode included Dave Foley and Georgia Engel reprising their roles from the previous seasons, and Ken Jeong making a guest appearance, with Alex Trebek appearing as himself. Cedric the Entertainer made a special guest appearance reprising his role from the Hot in Cleveland spin-off The Soul Man, while Betty White reprised her role as Elka on The Soul Man. Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jay Harrington, Craig Ferguson, Michael McMillian, Susan Lucci and Juliet Mills reprise their roles from the previous seasons. Tim Daly was added as recurring character Mitch, Joy's new boss and love interest.

Episodes[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date U.S viewers
(millions)
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 10 June 16, 2010 (2010-06-16) August 18, 2010 (2010-08-18) January 11, 2011 April 25, 2011 February 17, 2011 3.12
2 22 January 19, 2011 (2011-01-19) August 31, 2011 (2011-08-31) November 29, 2011 February 25, 2013[20] January 19, 2012 2.09
3 24 November 30, 2011 (2011-11-30) June 6, 2012 (2012-06-06) November 27, 2012[21] N/A N/A 1.52
4 24 November 28, 2012 (2012-11-28) September 4, 2013 (2013-09-04) December 3, 2013 (2013-12-03)[22] N/A N/A 1.34
5 24[23] March 26, 2014 (2014-03-26) TBA November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04)[24] N/A N/A N/A

Development and production[edit]

Hot in Cleveland is TV Land's first attempt at a first-run scripted comedy (the channel has rerun other sitcoms since its debut) and is produced by Sean Hayes's Hazy Mills Productions and written by Suzanne Martin, who also serves as the showrunner.[1][25] It is shot with a multicamera setup in front of a live studio audience at the CBS Studio Center production studios.[26][27]

TV Land announced that the show was renewed for a second season on July 7, 2010. The 20-episode second season began production on November 1, 2010, and premiered January 19, 2011.[28][29][30] On February 28, 2011, TV Land renewed the show for a third season to consist of 22 episodes.[31] On March 21, 2011, TV Land announced that the third season order was increased to 24 episodes.[32] On January 12, 2012, TV Land renewed the series for a fourth season.[33]

Betty White was only meant to appear in the pilot of the show but was asked to stay on for the entire series.[34] She is reportedly earning $75,000 per episode for the series.[35]

Spin-off series and crossovers[edit]

On April 18, 2011, It was announced that Cedric the Entertainer would guest star in a season 2 episode as a minister that gets caught up in the girls' problems.[36] The episode served as a backdoor pilot for a spin-off series to star Cedric. The episode entitled "Bridezelka"[37] was written by Hot in Cleveland creator Suzanne Martin[38] and aired on August 24, 2011.[39]

The spin-off series centers on Reverend Boyce (Cedric) as he moves from Cleveland to St. Louis and has to balance his wild past as an R&B singer with the expectations of his congregation and his family.[40] On January 12, 2012, TV Land officially picked up the pilot to series, under the title Have Faith; with the first season set to have 12 episodes.[41] On March 11, 2012, it was announced that the series' title was changed from Have Faith to The Soul Man. The series premiered on June 20, 2012. In the March 27, 2014 premiere of Hot in Cleveland, Cedric the Entertainer reprises his role as Reverend Boyce; however, he doesn't appear to recognizes the characters from his appearance in Season 2 of Hot in Cleveland. Betty White also reprises her role as Elka on The Soul Man.

In the second season of Hot in Cleveland, the show crossed over with daytime soap opera All My Children, in the two-part episode 'I Love Lucci'. Wendie Mallick appeared on All My Children, where she was credited as Victoria Chase, while Susan Lucci appears as herself on Hot in Cleveland.

Hot in Cleveland is also expected to cross over with the television show Kirstie, which also airs on TV Land.[citation needed]

Critical reception[edit]

The show has received positive reviews from critics. Wendie Malick and Betty White have both received extensive praise for their performances. The first season scored a 65 out of 100 on Metacritic.[42]

Comparisons with The Golden Girls[edit]

Hot in Cleveland has been referred to as a modern spin on the classic 1980s television series The Golden Girls in which actress Betty White played a starring role. Craig Berman of Today stated that the show is "as close as we're likely to get to a repeat of White's 1980s ensemble comedy hit, The Golden Girls ... [TV Land] the network known as the refuge for people looking to fall asleep to reruns of shows from their childhood has made its first scripted program a modern version of the classic sitcom premise."[43] Alessandra Stanley of The New York Times commented: "This is the first original scripted comedy on TV Land, a network that was founded on reruns. So not surprisingly, Hot in Cleveland is a pastiche of classics – a little bit Cheers and Frasier, a little bit The Golden Girls."[44] Michael Musto of The Village Voice wrote: "Wendy [sic] Malick is basically the modern-day Bea Arthur. Sweet-faced Valerie Bertinelli is the new Betty White. Been-around Jane Leeves is the nouveau Rue McClanahan. And witheringly sarcastic Golden Girl Betty White has turned into Estelle Getty."[45]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Betty White received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for her role as Elka Ostrovsky, and went on to win the award. The cast received a nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.

On May 17, 2011, TV Land entered the show in the race for the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards. The show submitted for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for all four leading women, to reinforce the idea of an ensemble cast. The show also submitted in technical categories.[46]

On July 14, 2011, the show received two Primetime Emmy nominations, including Betty White getting nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series.[47]

In December 2011, Betty White received her second consecutive SAG nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series. She went on to win it.[48] In 2012 Hot in Cleveland received 2 more Emmy nominations.

Award Ceremony Year Category Nominee Result Source
The Comedy Awards 2011 Best Actress in a TV Comedy Betty White Nominated [49]
Emmy Awards 2011 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated [47]
Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series Michael Andrew Hynes and Maralee Zediker
(for "Sisterhood of the Traveling SPANX©", "I Love Lucci: Part Two"
and "LeBron is Le Gone")
Won
Gracie Allen Awards 2011 Best Actress in a Comedy Series Betty White Won [50]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Won [48]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick & Betty White Nominated
People's Choice Awards 2012 Favorite Cable TV Comedy Hot in Cleveland Won [51]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2012 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Betty White Won [52]
GLAAD Media Awards 2012 Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character) Hot in Cleveland episode "Beards" Won [53]
People's Choice Awards 2013 Favorite Cable TV Comedy Hot in Cleveland Nominated [54]
People's Choice Awards 2014 Favorite Cable TV Comedy Hot in Cleveland Nominated [55]

Ratings[edit]

The series premiere of Hot in Cleveland was a ratings success for TV Land. It earned 1.9 rating and averaged 2 million viewers among the network's target adults 25–54 audience and also averaged 1.3 million among women 25–54. It drew a total of 4.75 million viewers making it the most watched show in TV Land history.[26]

Season Timeslot (ET/PT) # Ep. Premiered Ended TV Season Viewers
(in millions)
Date Premiere
Viewers
(in millions)
18-49 rating Date Finale
Viewers
(in millions)
18-49 rating
1
Wednesday 10:00pm
10
June 16, 2010
4.75[56] 1.5[56]
August 18, 2010
3.40[57] 0.9[57] 2010 4.2[58] 2.8[59]
2 22
January 19, 2011
2.95[60] 0.7[60]
August 31, 2011
2.44[61] 0.5[61] 2011 2.08
3 24
November 30, 2011
1.94[62] 0.4[62]
June 6, 2012
1.95[63] 0.5[63]
2011–2012
1.52
4 24
November 28, 2012
1.70[64] 0.4[64]
September 4, 2013
1.90[65] 0.5[65]
2012–2013
1.34
5 24
March 26, 2014
1.35[66] 0.3[66]
2014
2014

DVD releases[edit]

Paramount Pictures began releasing seasons of Hot in Cleveland on Region 1 DVD with the first season being released on January 11, 2011[67] and the second season on November 29, 2011.[68]

DVD Name Region 1 Release Date Region 2
Release Date
Region 4 Release Date Ep # Discs Additional Information
Season 1 January 11, 2011 April 25, 2011 February 17, 2011[69] 10 2 Original full-length pilot, bloopers, wardrobe featurette, "We Love Our Age" featurette, set tour, Victoria's full-length Japanese "lady pants" commercial, episode of "Retired at 35".
Season 2 USA – November 29, 2011
Canada – January 31, 2012
August 29, 2011 (Part 1),
February 25, 2013 (Part 2),[70]
February 25, 2013 (Complete Season 2) [71]
January 19, 2012[72] 22 3 Interviews, The Cast Visits Cleveland, On the Set of Hot in Cleveland, The First Episode of TV Land's Newest Sitcom, The Exes
Season 3 November 27, 2012[73] N/A N/A 24 3
Season 4 December 3, 2013[74] N/A N/A 24 3
Season 5 November 4, 2014[75] N/A N/A 24 3

Syndication[edit]

On March 20, 2013, TV Land announced that Hot in Cleveland was renewed for a 24-episode fifth season, to begin in late fall of 2013. With the fifth season bringing the total episodes in the series to 104, TV Land also announced it has made deals in 92% of the U.S. television markets for a syndication package to begin in 2014, one of those television markets in North Carolina announced that on September 15 it will premiere on its station.[76]

International broadcast[edit]

On June 22, 2010, it was announced that Endemol will distribute Hot in Cleveland internationally,[77] while CBS Television Distribution will own the US rights, with syndication to start in 2013.[78] The show began broadcasting on July 5, 2010, in Canada on CTV and on July 9 on The Comedy Network but only Season 1 and Part 1 of Season 2 have aired.[79] It currently airs in strip on M3.

It began broadcasting on July 26, 2010, in Australia on the Nine Network and CNBC-e in Turkey at 2010. In the UK and Ireland, the series began airing on Sky Living on February 15, 2011.[80] For season 3, the show switched to Sony Entertainment Television (UK & Ireland).[81] In Germany, the series started in 2012 on RTL II.[82] In former Yugoslavian countries, the series began broadcasting on FOX life on April 5, 2011,[83] and in Norway it began broadcasting on TV3 on June 9, 2011.[84]

In South Africa, it began broadcasting on M-Net on July 8, 2011. In Israel, it is shown on yes (Israel). In India, Hot in Cleveland started airing from June 2012 on Comedy Central. In Slovenia, it premiered September 5, 2012, on POP TV. In Croatia, the show premiered on December 12, 2012, on HRT in late night time slot, showing 3 episodes a week from Mon.-Wed. In Latin America, the show is broadcast on TBS. On July 29, 2013, the Russian version premiered.[85]

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