Yes, Dear is an Emmy-Nominated American television sitcom which aired from 2000 to 2006 on CBS. It starred Anthony Clark, Jean Louisa Kelly, Mike O'Malley and Liza Snyder. These actors had recently starred in their own failed sitcoms; critics ravaged Yes, Dear as one of the worst new shows of the season and a likely candidate for first cancellations of the season. Instead, Yes, Dear scored surprisingly solid ratings for CBS over the next four seasons, in spite of little to no promotion and a number of timeslot changes. In spring 2004, CBS pulled the plug on the program, but later ordered an additional 13 episodes for midseason. After canceling Center of the Universe, CBS began airing the new Yes, Dear episodes on Wednesday, February 16, 2005 in the 9:30 p.m. EST time slot. The show did better than many expected and CBS ordered an additional season of 22 episodes for 2005?ì2006, but that order was later cut to 13. Due to untimely preemption, the Season Five finale was not aired in May 2005. Instead, it was aired in September 2005, a week before the "official" start of the season. Thus, many viewers were unaware that a new episode was being broadcast. Another episode held over from Season Five due to a preemption was finally aired in January 2006. Because of these preemptions, continuity for the series was thrown into disarray. During the later half of 2007, reruns aired on the cable station TBS in the 1:00 p.m. EST time slot. As of January 2008, TBS began airing the show during the 3:00 p.m. EST time slot instead, becoming a solid part of the weekday sitcom lineup known as "The Break Room." The show aired in local syndication in 2005?ì06; in the fall of 2006, 20th Television (the syndication subsidiary of 20th Century Fox) took the show out of barter syndication and replaced it with Still Standing.
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