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"The Exes" (TV Land show) revolves around three divorced men, ladies man Phil (Donald Faison), homebody Haskell (Wayne Knight) and newly-single and needy Stuart (David Alan Basche). The men live together in an apartment across the hall from their divorce attorney, Holly (Kristen Johnston), who also happens to be their landlord. Holly avoids her own relationship and commitment issues by becoming immersed in the men's affairs as they put their lives back together and return to the dating scene.

Season 3

At one point unwillingly thrown together, the unlikely trio of Phil, Haskell and Stuart has finally found bromance. Stuart has started dating after his divorce, Phil's client list is ever-expanding, Haskell's starting to get his game back, and Holly is still trying to find Mr. Right. Guest stars like Diedrich Bader ("The Drew Carey Show"), Lisa Ann Walter ("The Parent Trap") and Leslie Jordan ("Will & Grace") add significant twists and laughs to this season's already hilarious storylines.



Season 4

Last season, Phil and Eden dated and broke up, Stuart's sister Nicki (Leah Remini) came to town and decided to stay — much to the delight of a smitten Haskell — and Holly, unfortunately, saw a turbulent love life. Though chaos reigns supreme in their lives, the group is able to rely on their own little modern family.

 TV Land's "The Exes" Season 3 is executive produced and written by Mark Reisman ("Frasier"). The series is also executive produced by Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis ("Reba," "Titus").




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THE EXES (TV LAND SHOW): FACTS

Network: TV Land
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: November 30, 2011
Seasons: 4





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