For those of you hoping to see even more of “Rules of Engagement” on TV in the future, you now very much have your wish. In a new statement, TBS has announced that repeats for the Patrick Warburton – David Spade comedy would begin airing on the network starting January 2. The show joins another CBS sitcom in “The Big Bang Theory” on the lineup, and the latter show has been a ratings machine ever since coming over after season 4.
In a statement confirming the news, Sony Pictures TV (who produces “Rules of Engagement”) Distribution President John Weiser had the following message to share:
“We recently shot our 100th episode, which speaks to the ongoing appeal of this series and its cast … This show consistently outperforms its competition in adult demos and households and we’re very excited to be partnering with our friends at Turner Broadcasting.”
Anyone who loves “Roles of Engagement” has formed a sort of camaraderie over just how difficult the show’s journey has been over the years. It has aired either in midseason or as a replacement for another show more times than we can count, and it also has aired at a variety of different days and times, As a matter of fact, there was one moment last year when the show was going to be sentenced to Saturday nights, only to be spared by the miserable performance of “How To Be a Gentleman.”
Are you excited to have even more “Rules of Engagement” on TV moving forward, and do you think this deal could help the show’s actual ratings? If you want to see when “Rules of Engagement” season 7 is actually going to be premiering on CBS, all you have to do is head on over to the link here.