‘The Great Indoors’ Canceled during CBS After One Season

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.

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