Are you looking for another comedy series to follow starting this March? NBC might just have what you’re looking for. The network is known for its successful comedy shows, like “Friends,” “Seinfeld,” and “Saturday Night Live.” This month, the American broadcast company seems to be hoping to recreate its previous successes with a new comedy, “Crowded.” What do we know about NBC’s upcoming comedy so far?
1. The show will explore a now common “problem” among parents of millennials.
The show is expected to hit close to home as it explores a common problem former empty nesters face nowadays. According to Hollywood, the show will explore the “struggle” that parents face as their millennial children decide to move back in with them.
2. The grandparents are moving in too.
“The Kids Are Moving Back Home” might be one of the show’s slogans. But these kids’ grandparents are also set to stir things up and make things more difficult for the show’s parents.
3. Miranda Cosgrove will play the uptight daughter.
Cosgrove said the show’s plot best in the trailer: “I determine the most logical course of action in this economy is to move back home.” Her “free spirit” sister would be played by Mia Serafino.
4. The show will have a funny cast of all-stars.
According to NJ.com, Patrick Warburton and Carrie Preston will play the “less than thrilled” parents in the new comedy. Stacy Keach and Carlease Burke are meanwhile set to play the grandparents.
5. The show will have a preview episode sooner than you’d guess.
“Crowded” has a preview episode on Tuesday, March 15 at 10 PM ET. You can also catch the new comedy in its regular Sunday time slot. The show is set to start airing on March 20 at 9:30 PM ET on NBC.