Men In Trees in the Media: Being Poplar
Posted Apr 6, 2007 @ 11:32 AM
March 22, 2007
This is a fun blog for me to write tonight, as today we got the official call from the network that we are COMING BACK FOR A SECOND SEASON. As Patrick would say: “huge.” Really huge.
...No, I don’t know if this means we will stay on Thursday nights for next year. We will know that answer in May. Yes, I believe we will be back on the air this year by mid-April (not so far away—do your taxes and then we’ll be back!) And you bet this pick-up has everything to do with you guys—the Fans.
So that means soon, right?
Posted Apr 6, 2007 @ 4:08 PM
ABC NIXES 'SIX DEGREES'; 'TREES' PLANTED FOR NEXT SEASON
In other ABC news, "Men in Trees" reportedly will not return to the schedule before the season is out. It's understood the network will now hold the show's five yet-to-air episodes for next season where they will be amended to its 22-episode fall order (a la "Boston Legal's" 27-episode "second" season).
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Posted Sep 6, 2007 @ 3:16 AM
Matt Roush: My hope, and maybe it's a thin and feeble one if too many people obsess on what's reported in the relentless world of celebrity gossip, is that if both shows continue to produce great entertainment — and in the case of Grey's, execute the course correction to lighten things up, as Shonda Rhimes has promised — viewers will continue to rally behind them. There's no question that ABC has damaged Men in Trees by airing no new episodes since February, and its fortunes will almost certainly be dimmed by the new Friday time slot (a night where it languished last fall until it moved behind Grey's). But as many of us discovered to our delight, Men in Trees became about so much more than just the Marin-Jack relationship, and I can't wait to get back to Elmo.
Posted Oct 12, 2007 @ 9:57 AM
Of 'Mad Men,' 'Men in Trees' and a surprising 'Grey' area from the Chicago Tribune.
A. Heche will be on The Late Show With David Letterman tonight.
'Men in Trees' Escapes Ax, Seeks More Viewers from zap2it.
Posted Oct 15, 2007 @ 10:53 AM