RAISING HOPE: Creator Greg Garcia to Exit

March 4, 2013 by  

RAISING HOPE may have just gotten a season 4 renewal, but they’ll be losing a key team member: a rep for the series has confirmed that creator/showrunner Greg Garcia will not be returning. RAISING HOPE executive producer Mike Mariano will take over as the show’s boss next year. (Deadline was first to report Garcia’s exit/Mariano’s promotion.)

While Garcia may be off RAISING HOPE next year, he may still have a presence on television in the 2013-2014 season — under his new deal with CBS TV Studios, Garcia is currently working on two comedy pilots for CBS.

Are you sad Garcia will be leaving RAISING HOPE? Or are you excited to see what he might come up with next?

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One Response to “RAISING HOPE: Creator Greg Garcia to Exit”

  1. Jeff on March 5th, 2013 2:35 pm

    I was nervous until I realized that he hasn’t actually written an episode of Raising Hope this year. I think he’s leaving it in good hands. Also I’m pretty excited for Super Clyde. Hoping that gets picked up.

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