The people over at NBC are going to be giving Jerrod Carmichael’s creation, The Carmichael Show another run. It was revealed over the weekend that the series which stars Carmichael, Tiffany Haddish, David Alan Grier, Lil Rel Howery, Loretta Devine, and Amber West will be retuning for it’s third season. Prior to the announcement it seemed unclear if the show was set to return.
Finally, a decision has been made: The Carmichael Show will get to tackle tough topics and laugh it up for at least one more season. In a renewal that came down to the wire, NBC has ordered a third season of Jerrod Carmichael’s multi-camera family comedy. Season 3 will number 13 total episodes. While the ratings weren’t massive, the show did grow its audience in season 2, averaging 5.4 million viewers per episode and a 1.3 rating in the 18–49 demographic (including DVR playback). Carmichael emerged as last summer’s surprise network comedy success, and has since reinforced its status as a buzzy, critical darling while earning raves from a man who knows his provocative family comedies, All in The Family creator Norman Lear.
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