Today is a special day. 10 years ago, I launched this website and I’m still loving it and don’t see myself giving up on it EVER.
Thanks to all visitors who have made this their #1 source for all things Majandra. I love you all!
And thanks to Majandra for being my inspiration. You are magnificent and you never cease to amaze me. Thanks for everything
As always, I celebrate the anniversary with a new layout. The content was updated as well so make sure to surf the site and find out what’s new. I hope you all like the new look. This is one of my all time fav shoots of Majandra. She looks like an angel in that close up and I never used that pic before.
Another thing that is new: MAD – Online finally has a twitter account. Make sure to follow it for all the latest updates
A big thanks to Claudia for these HQ stills from ’1.08 No More Mr. Nice Guy’.
“No More Mr. Nice Guy” – When Kate persuades Jules and Lowell to set her up with their friend and promises to give him a chance, she proves them right when they call her ‘un-setup-able’. Meanwhile, after hearing that their neighbors don’t like her and Bobby, Andi goes on a crusade to get involved in the neighborhood and be liked, on FRIENDS WITH BETTER LIVES Monday, May 26 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Supposedly, CBS showed the last episode last night and wont be airing the rest of the season but they also showed a promo for next week. It’s all really confusing at this point. CBS really needs to rethink their decision. This show deserves another chance. I need a season 2 and I want to see all the episodes.
Check out 319 HD logoless screencaptures in the gallery.
I still can’t believe that CBS canceled this show. It’s one of the best sitcoms I have seen in years and not just because I’m a huge Majandra fan but because it’s really funny. The cast has great chemistry and I’m a sucker for dirty jokes.
The actors are campaigning to get the show on another network so keep watching and tweeting if you want to see the show back for S2.
In the meantime, I added 333 HD screencaptures to the gallery.
Yesterday, CBS cancelled Friends with Better Lives after just five episodes. That’s a pretty quick decision. The studio thinks it’s too quick.
Friends with Better Lives revolves around six young people who are at various stages of their lives — married, divorced, newly engaged, and single. Each wonders if the others have it better. The cast includes Majandra Delfino, Kevin Connolly, Brooklyn Decker, Rick Donald, Zoe Lister-Jones, and James Van Der Beek.
The sitcom premiered to positive numbers (following the series finale of How I Met Your Mother) but the ratings have fallen quite a bit in subsequent weeks.
The numbers were too low for CBS but 20th Century Fox Television, the studio that produces the show, has decided to try shopping the series elsewhere.
CBS will presumably air the rest of the original 13 episodes so it seems like this would be a very tough sell. Still, you never know. If the studio is motivated enough to make a deal, we may see a second season of Friends with Better Lives yet.
Source: TV Series Finale
I’m so upset about this and I will be so mad if they decide to not show all episodes.
In its pursuit to find shows with better ratings, CBS has cancelled Friends with Better Lives, the new Monday night sitcom.
Friends with Better Lives follows the lives of six young people who are at various stages of their lives — married, divorced, newly engaged, and single — with each wondering if the others have it better. The cast includes Majandra Delfino, Kevin Connolly, Brooklyn Decker, Rick Donald, Zoe Lister-Jones, and James Van Der Beek.
This new sitcom debuted at the end of March, following the series finale of How I Met Your Mother. Not surprisingly, it drew solid ratings.
Unfortunately, when Friends with Better Lives returned in its regular timeslot a couple weeks later, viewership dropped more than 25%.
The ratings dropped lower after that and the most recent installment hit a series low with a 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demograpjic with 4.92 million viewers. For CBS, that just won’t cut it.
The network ordered 13 episodes of the sitcom and five have aired so far. Two more are still on the schedule so it’s unclear right now if the network will end up releasing the rest.
Source: TV Series Finale