According to a report from Deadline, Netflix decided not to renew Uncoupled for a second season, therefore the show won’t be coming back. The sitcom starring Neil Patrick Harris failed to place in the Top 10 rankings of the streaming service, and there were speculations that the show’s producer, MTV Entertainment Studios, was seeking for a new location.
The comedy sitcom created by Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman (Modern Family). With the exception of one appearance at Number 6, the comedy fell short of Netflix’s Top 10 rankings after its July 29 debut. However, it’s vital to keep in mind that Netflix uses a method that counts the number of hours seen, which significantly disadvantages half-hour shows like Uncoupled.The cancellation of Uncoupled confirms rumours that the comedy’s creators were already looking for a new venue. Rumors that MTV Entertainment Studios planned to move the show from Netflix surfaced in the latter part of last year. One of Paramount Global’s networks, most likely Showtime, was the front-runner for a fall transfer.
Despite the cancellation of Uncoupled, Netflix will still provide new and current comedies. Emily in Paris, Star’s other significant film, has maintained its popularity with viewers. Its third season has already cracked the Top 10 on Netflix in 93 nations, enabling Netflix to order a fourth. The Vince Staples Show, Survival of the Thickest, and Unstable are just a few of the new comedies that the streamer has acquired. The two spin-offs That 90s Show (based on That 70s Show) and Freeridge, a spin-off of On My Block, as well as the poaching series Girls5eva, whose first two seasons were initially broadcast on Peacock, will also be available on Netflix.
In Uncoupled, Harris plays mid-forties New York City-based real estate salesperson Michael Lawson. Following Colin’s (Tuc Watkins) 17-year breakup, Michael must navigate a fundamentally altered dating landscape or live a life of perpetual singledom. The series also prominently emphasises friendship, with Michael relying on his coworker Suzanne (Tisha Campbell) for assistance. Among others, the series also features Brooks Ashmanskas from Julie and Julia, Emerson Brooks, and Jasai Chase Owens from The Expanse. Harris, Tony Hernandez, and Lilly Burns all serve as executive producers alongside Star and Richman.