Indebted is a sitcom series debuted on NBC on February 6, 2020. Dan Levy is the creator and the executive producer of the series. It features stars like Adam Pally, Abby Elliott, Steven Weber, Jessy Hodges, and Fran Drescher in the main lead roles. These production companies are involved in making the series: Doug Robinson Productions, Universal Television, and Sony Pictures Television Studios. The first season of the sitcom series has aired a total of 12 episodes.
Now some of the fans are asking if they will get a second season of the series or not. So we have come up with all the latest updates we have on a potential season 2 of Indebted, keep reading to know everything:
Will We Get A Season 2?
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the world, it also impacted the Television Industry. But the network NBC has already planned its schedule for the future. This year, they revealed the fate of many shows, including the sitcom series Indebted. So, unfortunately, we have to say that it is not returning on NBC with the second season as the network has decided to cancel it just after one season.
Soon after the first season finished airing the last episode, the cancelation news appeared. The network also declared that they had canceled other shows like Bluff City Law and Sunnyside.
Why NBC Canceled The Series For Season 2?
At this moment of the pandemic, NBC is carefully deciding which show they should renew or not. The series has no potential for the future they are just dropping it. So when Indebted released, the ratings were very much low, and also plenty of viewers not liked the series. Critics also not approved it and criticized it mainly for the story.
This is the actual reason, NBC decided not to renew the Indebted series for a second season and drop it.
What’s The Show All About?
Indebted reveals the story of young parents Dave and Rebecca, who are set to start a new life after times of parenting. But soon Dave’s parents appeared at his home and everything leads to a dispute of parental confusion among families.