Sutton Foster-Led Younger, Now Staying Put on TV Land, Sets Season 6 Premiere Date

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The Prom star Beth Leavel is set to guest star in a future episode.
Sutton Foster
Sutton Foster and Peter Hermann Photo courtesy of TV Land

Sutton Foster will return to the small screen this summer as the sixth season of Younger premieres June 12. Despite the earlier announcement that the Darren Star comedy would move from TV Land to sister Viacom network Paramount, the show will now remain on its original channel.

Among those set to make guest appearances in the new season, according to Deadline, are returning players and stage favorites Michael Urie (Torch Song) and Laura Benanti (My Fair Lady), as well as Tony winner Beth Leavel (The Prom), Becky Ann Baker (Girls) and author Meg Wolitzer (The Wife).

Two-time Tony winner Foster, who is also set to star opposite Hugh Jackman in Broadway’s upcoming The Music Man revival, leads the cast as Liza Miller, a 40-something who, after leaving her husband and reentering the work force, disguises herself as a millennial in hopes for a new beginning. Throughout previous seasons, colleagues and loved ones have learned of her secret, putting her reputation and that of her company at risk.

READ: 14 Shows the Cast of TV’s Younger Loved

Starring alongside Foster are Miriam Shor, Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Nico Tortorella, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard, and Charles Michael Davis.

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