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Despite starting off with impressive numbers, ratings for Courting Alex fell hard after the show was moved to Wednesday nights.

The show was not picked up for a second season in May 2006 when CBS canned Courting Alex and fellow freshman series Out of Practice.

Comedian Wayne Federman has a recurring role as office sycophant, Johnson.

Courting Alex is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from January 23 to March 29, 2006, and was a vehicle for Jenna Elfman of Dharma & Greg fame.

The series was based on the British sitcom According to Bex.

Starting July 24 Paramount Comedy 1 in the UK started airing Courting Alex every Monday at 9pm in double bills.

Her father wants her to settle down with her coworker Stephen (Josh Stamberg), a star lawyer at the firm who is smitten with her.

She prefers Scott (Josh Randall), the tavern owner she meets in the first episode, who her father doesn't approve of.


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