Nick Smiles On 'Glenn Martin, DDS'

Nickelodeon has ordered up a second season of animated series "Glenn Martin, DDS," produced by the company run by former Disney chief Michael Eisner.

Nick said the series -- for which it has ordered 20 more episodes -- was the top show for Nick at Nite in the third quarter, averaging 2.1 million viewers.

The show is the first TV series from Eisner's Tornante Animation, launched in the summer of 2008.

The series follows the Martin family as they cross America in an RV and end up in some curious situations. Kevin Nealon provides one of the voices.

"An irreverent twist on the classic family sitcom," states Marjorie Cohn, a Nick executive vice president.

The series is among other new additions to Nick at Nite that include comedies "Everybody Hates Chris" and "Malcolm in the Middle."



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  1. Monica Bower from TERiX Computer Service, October 7, 2009 at 9:35 a.m.

    Thankfully they got rid of the laugh track after the first few episodes. On first viewing I declared the show unwatchable because of them.

    Laugh tracks have been nothing short of insulting since they were first introduced, and laugh tracks on *animated* shows are perhaps the pinnacle of condescension towards a TV audience.

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