‘Hot in Cleveland’ Renewed for 4th Season

TV Land also greenlights “Cleveland” spin-off series starring Cedric the Entertainer

Happy Birthday, Betty White: Your TV Land sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland," has been renewed for a fourth season.

"Cleveland," currently unfolding its third season on the cable network, will premiere a fourth season — with 24 episodes — in November. The series which was recently picked up for syndication to broadcast stations by CBS Television Distribution.

On Wednesday's new episode of the show, White's Elka celebrates her 90th birthday with a trip to the Cleveland Browns locker room. White celebrates her 90th birthday on Tuesday.

Also read: Betty White's 90th Birthday Gift: A Marriage Proposal (Video)

Meanwhile, "Hot in Cleveland" has also sparked a spin-off series on TV Land. "Have Faith" will star Cedric the Entertainer as Rev. Boyce Ballentine, a singer-turned-preacher who takes over leadership of his father's church. The character was introduced during the second season "Bridezelka" episode of "Cleveland."

"Reno 911!" star Niecy Nash will play Lolli, Ballentine's wife, and "Everwood" and "Treme" star John Beasley will play his father.

"Have Faith" is scheduled to premiere in June with 12 episodes.