The network ordered eight episodes, waiting for more than two months after the second season ended to deliver the good news.
“We’re so proud to have this show in our portfolio of sitcoms,” said TV Land president Larry W. Jones. “Fans of The Soul Man are the drivers behind the success of the series. Because of their passion, we are able to continuously bring new viewers to the channel.”
The season will premiere in spring 2013.
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