March 5, 2010

Cougar Town

Mar 5, 2010
7:00 PM PT
Beverly Hills

Newly divorced moms raising kids on their own have been part and parcel of television since the 1970s, but this season’s love-it-or-hate-it show Cougar Town proves that single moms have come a long way from One Day at a Time and Kate and Allie—whose heroines were more concerned about keeping their jobs and enforcing their children’s curfews than going to wild parties and snagging hot boyfriends. Though Cougar Town has garnered the inevitable comparisons to Sex and the City, “For all the sex jokes, this is at heart a family comedy, with Courteney Cox completely winning as a mom trying to make herself happy without making her son miserable,” writes USA Today.

Cougar Town is produced by Coquette Productions, in association with ABC Studios.

Photo—ABC/Kevin Foley

 

Bill Lawrence, Creator/Executive Producer
Kevin Biegel, Creator/Executive Producer
Courteney Cox, "Jules Cobb"/Executive Producer
Christa Miller, "Ellie Torres"
Dan Byrd, "Travis Cobb"
Josh Hopkins, "Grayson Ellis"
Ian Gomez, "Andy Torres"
Brian Van Holt, "Bobby Cobb"
 

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