FOX has canceled comedy series Welcome to Flatch after 2 seasons.
The series, from writer Jenny Bicks and director Paul Feig and presented in Mockumentary style, followed a documentary crew sent to explore life in a small town.
There the crew meet the eccentric residents of Flatch, Ohio, a fictional rural community that is anything but ordinary.
Speaking on the cancelation, the Network said the following in a statement Friday:
“While audience response was not as strong as we had hoped, we were thrilled with the creativity of the enormously talented Jenny Bicks and Paul Feig, as well as the outstanding, dedicated cast and crew they assembled.
“We look forward to collaborating with them again in the future and are thankful for all of our partners at Lionsgate, Jenny’s Perkins Street Productions, Paul’s Feigco Entertainment, BBC Studios’ Angie Stephenson, and Charlie Cooper and Daisy May Cooper.”
Welcome to Flatch joins The Resident, Call Me Kat, Fantasy Island and Monarch as the latest shows not making a return to screens for the 2023-24 broadcast season.
Meanwhile first responder drama series 9-1-1 will air its seventh season on ABC this season, having been picked up by the other Network earlier this year following studio negotiations to keep the show on the air.
Previously announced renewals include dramas 9-1-1: Lone Star, Accused, Alert: Missing Persons Unit, and The Cleaning Lady, as well as comedy and animated features Animal Control, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, The Great North, and The Simpsons.
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