The second season of the sitcom series titled Schooled has finished broadcasting episodes on May 13, 2020. Now after watching the total 21 episodes, now some of the fans are thinking if they will get a third season of Schooled or not. So we have come up with all the latest updates for the third season of sitcom series Schooled, keep reading:
So back in May 2020, ABC has finally revealed the fate of the sitcom series. Unfortunately, the network not renew Schooled for the third season and decided to cancel it just after two seasons. So we have to say that the Schooled series will not come back for a third season in the future. The cancelation news was also confirmed by the co-creator of the series Adam F. Goldberg through a post on Twitter:
I'm breaking protocol, but wanted the @goldnerds to hear it from me. @SchooledABC won't get a season 3. Big hugs to our brilliant cast, crew & writers. I'm beyond grateful to Karey Burke and @ABCNetwork for giving us 35 episodes to show that teachers like CB are the real heroes. pic.twitter.com/ox7piI5tcO
— Adam F. Goldberg (@adamfgoldberg) May 21, 2020
Alongside Schooled, ABC also canceled other shows like Single Parents, Bless This Mess, Kids Say the Darndest Things and Emergence.
Reason For The Cancelation
So, when the second season of Schooled released on ABC, the ratings were getting lower. Audiences also not liked season 2 and received criticism. So the network always considers good ratings before renewing any series for a new season. Also, some other problem was happening, showrunners were changed.
So that’s the main reason, ABC decided to cancel their sitcom series Schooled for the third season.
The sitcom series Schooled is the spinoff of other popular series titled The Goldbergs. It is created by both Adam F. Goldberg and Marc Firek who are also the executive producers of the series with Andrew Secunda, David Guarascio, David Katzenberg, etc. The series brings back audiences to the 1990s and tells the story of the faculty of William Penn Academy who are the heroes to their students.
These are the cast members of the sitcom series: AJ Michalka as Lainey Lewis, Bryan Callen as Coach Rick Mellor, Tim Meadows as Principal John (Andre) Glascott, Brett Dier as Charlie “C.B.” Brown, Haneefah Wood as Wilma Howell, Lennon Parham as Liz Flemming, Stephen Tobolowsky as Earl Ball, Rachel Crow as Felicia, Christian Gehring as Roxborough Ronnie, etc.