CBS will not be returning to The Great Indoors.
The Joel McHale comedy has been canceled after one season.
The critically maligned multicam was a usually beginner comedy to be left off a network’s mass renovation in March. The series, about an journey contributor who becomes a trainer of a organisation of millennials in a digital dialect of a magazine, averaged a 1.9 in a demo and 8.6 million sum viewers on Thursdays in a primary post-Big Bang Theory slot.
The termination comes one day after CBS pulled a block on comedy 2 Broke Girls after 6 seasons. On Friday, a network picked adult 3 comedy pilots to series, including 9JKL starring Mark Feuerstein, Living Biblically exec constructed by Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki and Me, Myself and I headlined by SNL’s Bobby Moynihan. The network also has a Young Sheldon Big Bang Theory prequel for a 2017-18 season.
The Great Indoors noted McHale’s initial post-Community series. The former horde of The Soup was one of several large names who came to CBS in a 2016-17 season, fasten Kevin James and Matt LeBlanc, among others. Both James and LeBlanc’s comedies warranted deteriorate dual renewals in March, along with a dozen other CBS series.