TNT is bringing "Franklin & Bash" back for a third season.
Lawyer buddy dramedy ended its second season in August and averaged 4.3 million total viewers (live plus 7), as well as 1.8 million in adults 18-49 and 2 million in the 25-54 demo.
Show, from Sony Pictures Television, stars Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as laid-back attorneys who must adjust their working styles when joining a more corporate firm.
Jamie Tarses, Jason Ensler, Kevin Falls and Bill Chais are exec producers.
Cabler also just gave a second-season order to "Major Crimes," the successful spinoff to the net's longtime hit "The Closer."
Next major programming decision for TNT could be a series order for the Frank Darabont drama "L.A. Noir." Show, about the conflicts between the police and organized crime figures in mid-20th century Los Angeles, co-stars Jon Bernthal, formerly of "The Walking Dead."
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