NBC has plenty of comedy series that received love from the audiences very much. This year, NBC came up with a brand new sitcom series titled Indebted. The first season of the series is also finished airing episodes already. Now the question is will the sitcom series come back on NBC with the second season?
So we have come up with all the information regarding the potential second season of Indebted series, keep reading and don’t miss any details:
So NBC has not renewed the sitcom series Indebted for the second season and decided to cancel it. The network made the official announcement in June 2020 just after some months of the finale of the first season. The last episode of the first season is now the finale of the series.
NBC also canceled their other series just after one season alongside Indebted: Bluff City Law and Sunnyside.
Reason For Cancelation
When the sitcom series Indebted started airing episodes then the series not able to impress the audiences. Also, it is the low rated series of NBC and critics also gave it negative reviews for the story and cast performances. Usually, the networks consider good ratings and viewership for renewing a series for another season. NBC does not saw any future for the Indebted series.
So that’s the actual reason NBC decided to cancel the sitcom series Indebted just after only one season.
The sitcom series Indebted ran on NBC from February 6, 2020, to April 16, 2020. It is created by Dan Levy who is also the executive producer of the series alongside Doug Robinson, David Guarascio, and Andy Ackerman. The series tells the story of young parents who are ready to begin a new life after years of parenting.
These are the cast members of the sitcom series: Adam Pally as Dave Klein, Abby Elliott as Rebecca Klein, Steven Weber as Stew Klein, Jessy Hodges as Joanna Klein, Anders Garrett as Asher Klein, Fran Drescher as Debbie Klein, Vivien Lyra Blair as Hazel Klein, Asif Ali as Ravi, Lilan Bowden as Hannah, and Richard Kind as Artie.