Apple TV + cancels Joseph Gordon-Levitt comedy show after one season
Mr. Corman, the drama / comedy series written and directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who also stars in the series, has been canceled by Apple TV + after its first season. The show received relatively high ratings from viewers and critics alike, but like other highly rated shows that have had a short lifespan, viewership numbers weren’t where they belonged. to be.
Mr. Corman is a series that revolves around Josh Corman, a fifth-grade teacher who has given up on a music career and is gripped by the feeling that he can ‘suck as a person’. The character struggles with loneliness and anxiety, and while he cares about his students, he lacks meaning in his life.
The final episode of the first and final season of Mr. Corman released on October 1. On the same day, it was revealed that Apple would not be renewing the series for a second season, with Deadline report that the show did not live up to the same audience standards set by some of the other comedy series on Apple TV +.
This is only the second scripted show that Apple has decided to end; it follows the cancellation of Small voice. Apple TV has amassed a fairly notable range of original content, including titles like Ted Lasso, Mythical Quest, and Schmigadoon!. Apple also has more shows and movies in the works, including the upcoming release of The narrowing next door and Macbeth’s tragedy, among others.
Apple TV + is one of the cheapest streaming services on the market at $ 4.99 / month. The platform has attracted a notable array of top players for content spanning many genres. Although Mr. Corman has not had another season, Apple has renewed several other titles, including Physics, Little America, and Trying.