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Showtime renews 'Episodes'

September 13, 2012|By Yvonne Villarreal
  • Matt LeBlanc as, uh, Matt LeBlanc in a scene from "Episodes."
Matt LeBlanc as, uh, Matt LeBlanc in a scene from "Episodes." (Showtime )

Showtime has renewed "Episodes" for a third season.

The satire about the inner-workings of Hollywood, which features Matt LeBlanc playing a parody of himself, wrapped it's second season earlier this year. It averaged 1.66 million viewers across all platforms, according to the network.

In its first season, the comedy was nominated for three Emmys. LeBlanc took home a Golden Globe for his performance earlier this year.

The new season, which will consist of nine episodes, will begin production in London and Los Angeles next year.

Earlier this week, LeBlanc's former "Friends" costar Matthew Perry saw his new NBC comedy "Go On"settle into its Tuesday time slot, after a post-Olympics launch last month, with 9.6 million viewers.


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