Jane to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Jane will make an appearance on Jimmy Kimmy Live! tomorrow, October 5, 2011 on ABC. Be sure to catch her and check back here for screencaptures and video of the interview! We’re so excited for this, can’t wait to see Jane on her first late night show!

Wednesday, October 5
Will Arnett
(Up All Night); Jane Levy (Suburgatory); Musical Guest J. Cole

1×04 Don’t Call Me Shirley Episode Stills

We added the first promotional episode stills from the upcoming episode 1×04 Don’t Call Me Shirley of Suburgatory airing October 19 on ABC! Check them out! Jane looks amazing and we’re so excited to see this episode, from the synopsis it sounds so much fun!

SUBURGATORY – “Don’t Call Me Shirley” – Tessa is excited to see some action in the suburbs when Sheila Shay’s Shirley Temple doll collection is stolen, but not so thrilled at the consequences — Dallas and Dalia are afraid of being burglarized so they crash at the Altmans’ — on “Suburgatory,” WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

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Suburgatory Proves to Be No Ratings Limbo

Suburgatory scared up 9.81 million souls, according to preliminary Nielsen info. The new ABC sitcom at 8:30/7:30c grabbed a 3.3 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, marking a 27 percent improvement over last year’s tenant of the time slot, Better With You. The comedy, starring Jane Levy and Jeremy Sisto, follows The Middle, which was down to 8.55 million from last week’s 9.35 million. Similarly, most of Wednesday’s ratings were lower than last week, though to varying degrees.

This is amazing! Hope people will tune in every week like they did this week! Suburgatory is an amazing show!

Levy makes you want to stay in ‘Suburgatory’

Any show that mocks suburbia warrants at least one viewing. “Suburgatory” (7:30 p.m. Wednesday, ABC; 2.5 stars) wrings so many laughs from the oft-maligned wasteland you’re likely to come back for more.

“It’s like the Million Mom March,” 16-year-old Tessa Altman says. “They’re shuffling out of the tanning salons in their mani-pedi flip-flops, with their ever-present daughters and enormous frozen coffee drinks.”

Tessa (Jane Levy) has no one to blame but herself. After finding condoms in her drawer, Tessa’s dad George (Jeremy Sisto) upends her life by uprooting her from Manhattan and moving to the mythical town of Chatswin. There she meets her worst nightmare, pretty high school mean girl Dalia Royce (Carly Chaikin), who likes to wear girly, skimpy clothes that her too-perky (in attitude and breast augmentation) mom, Dallas (Cheryl Hines from “Curb Your Enthusiasm”), helps her pick out.

She also loathes her dad’s pal, Noah Werner (Alan Tudyk) and her nosy neighbor Sheila Shay (Ana Gasteyer), but has a soft spot for Sheila’s daughter, Lisa (Allie Grant from “Weeds”), an unpopular fellow student who is the main target of Dalia and her pals.

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