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#PJaeCritic Hot In Cleveland


“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 May 1, 2014, TV Land renewed Hot in Cleveland for a sixth season[2] and confirmed the following November it would be the show’s last.[3] The series ran for 128 episodes, with the hour-long final episode airing on June 3, 2015.

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 was recorded in front of a live studio audience at CBS’s Studio Center in Studio City, California.” -

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Now that you have a reference point, you know what I’m about to discuss. The characters, transitions, lighting, scenery snagged me into the status of a huge fan. There’s crude subtle humor and the girls constantly get into ridiculous amounts of trouble. They might have created some of those consequences, but the writers dug into humanity and found certain circumstances which families and friends avoid bringing out in open. There’s definitely drama for the sake of drama, however this is a comedy which makes it tolerable. Who hasn’t wanted to laugh at others’ mistakes or your own? It’s like looking back on my life and the life I could have-would have-thank God in some instances I didn’t go down. One particular character  left the show which stole my happy ending. Entering the following season with great speculation, I analyzed every episode expecting to stop watching any minute. A new adventure tugged at my heart as the writers brought their game faces to the table, snagging me as their number one fan.

I would have liked to do a more detailed review during the series. Therefore, I apologize for this hasty add.

On a scale of 1(low)-5, I give it a four cup of satisfied tea.

Yours in Reality,Princess Jae B Wells,
a royal pain in the… critic. Yeah. let’s go with that.
“May your life be electrified.”-JBW

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