The Television Critic’s Association press tour got down to business on Wednesday when TV Land promoted its new sitcom, “Retired at 35,” about a young New Yorker who moves in with his parents (played by Oscar nominee George Segal and Emmy winner Jessica Walter) in Florida in search of a simpler way of life.

“It’s about real people that have real problems,” Walter says. “He has an epiphany about leaving the hustle and bustle of Wall Street, and I have an epiphany in my character Elaine that maybe I should have pursued things that I didn’t because I was a homemaker and mother.”

If things don’t work out, she could always move to Ohio where the network’s “Hot in Cleveland” ladies of a certain age are already planning a crossover with “All My Children”: Wendie Malick’s soap-star character Victoria Chase will throw down with “nemesis” Susan Lucci in episodes airing in February.

But it was “Cleveland” star Betty White who proved that some people just can’t age out of their careers. When her co-stars were asked about working with the screen legend, she interjected, “What is this Betty White business? This is silly. Really, it is very silly. You’ve had such an overdose of me lately.”

Tune in

» “Retired at 35” premieres Jan. 19 at 10:30 p.m. on TV Land.
» The two-part “Hot in Cleveland” crossover episode with “All My Children” will air Feb. 16 and 23 at 10 p.m. on TV Land; the “AMC” episode airs Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. on ABC.