There’ll be plenty more Episodes.
Showtime announced Thursday that the Matt LeBlanc-starring sitcom will be back for a nine-episode Season 3. Production on the new half-hour installments will begin next year and will take place in Los Angeles and London.
LeBlanc won a Golden Globe this year for his portrayal of a heightened (read: obnoxious) version of himself on the series, co-produced by Showtime and the BBC.
About 486,000 total viewers tuned in to Episodes‘ Season 2 premiere, down 37 percent from its January 2011 debut. According to the network, the series — which co-stars Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig, John Pankow and Mircea Monroe — attracts 1.66 million weekly viewers.