So Help Me Todd has received a season two renewal from CBS, according to information obtained by TVLine. So Help Me Todd is now averaging 6.3 million viewers and a 0.5 demo rating for the current TV season (with Live+7 playback), making it the third-most watched rookie series overall. It is the only drama that outperforms NCIS: Los Angeles in the demo of the 13 dramas that CBS has shown this season, coming at number 11.
So Help Me Todd’s Official Twitter handle shared a tweet:
— So Help Me Todd (@SoHelpMeCBS) February 2, 2023
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In Scott Prendergast’s television series So Help Me, Todd, a strict lawyer, recruits her brash son to work as a private eye for her office. Shenanigans follow as you might expect.
Inga Schlingmann (Instagram) plays Susan, Skylar Astin plays Todd Wright, Marcia Gay Harden plays Margaret Wright, Madeline Wise plays Allison, and Tristen J. Winger plays Lyle. Rosa Evangelina (IMBD) Arredondo plays Francey in the show.
Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment, said, “So Help Me Todd has enthralled fans with the unmatched chemistry between Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin.”
It’s no surprise that the audience is expanding, given the series’ distinctive mix of gripping legal drama, hilarious wit, and intriguing familial turmoil. I’m overjoyed that the two unique characters and their hilarious conversation will continue in a second season. The Renewal/Cancellation Scorecard on TVLine has been updated to reflect the outcome of So Help Me, Todd.
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