NBC Cancels ‘Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris’

The time has run out on Best Time Ever.

NBC has canceled Neil Patrick Harris’ accumulation uncover after one season, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

However, a network will stay in business with a Emmy leader around a prolongation understanding with his Prediction Productions banner.

The desirous live program, formed on a British format Ant Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, featured a multiple of stunts, performances, comedy sketches and luminary appearances by a likes of Reese Witherspoon and Tyler Perry. 

In new years, NBC has done live programming such as Best Time Ever and The Wiz Live! a tip priority in an bid to captivate some-more live viewers.

But distinct The Wiz Live‘s new ratings success, Best Time Ever drew some-more medium numbers. The first of a new promote offerings to premiere, a array non-stop to a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49 before gradually descending to a 1.3 rating for a eighth and final episode, that aired in November.

Best Time Ever marked Harris’ lapse to radio following a nine-year run of How we Met Your Mother. With countless awards show-hosting gigs underneath his belt (Oscars, Emmys, Tonys), a accumulation uncover seemed like a healthy fit for a actor as good as for NBC. The network had formerly attempted to launch a accumulation uncover with a one-time special hosted by Maya Rudolph in 2014. 

Best Time Ever was constructed by ITV America.