NBC can no longer see the bright side of Sunnyside.
The network has cancelled Sunnyside after one season, despite ordering an additional episode of the low-rated sitcom, ever-reliable insiders exclusively inform TV Scorecards.
Sunnyside‘s remaining seven episodes will burn off weekly on the NBC app, other digital platforms and NBC.com.
The first, and now only, season will stand at 11 episodes, with Sunnyside Season 2 confirmed as cancelled.
With Sunnyside cancelled and its Thursday 9.30pm slot vacant, NBC will premiere the 11th and final season of Will & Grace there instead, starting Thursday, October 24.
The cancellation of Sunnyside makes it fall TV’s first broadcast casualty.
Renewal/cancellation Status: Cancelled
TVscorecards user score: 41%
About this show:
Garrett Modi was living the American Dream. As the youngest New York City Councilman ever, he was rubbing elbows with the political elite, attending star-studded parties and was the pride of Queens. But instead of spending his time in ofﬁce helping the people that got him elected, he lost his way amidst the power and glamour of politics. When his downward spiral got him busted for public intoxication (and downright stupidity), it was all caught on tape and ended his career. Now, Garrett’s crashing with his sister, Mallory, and wondering where it all went wrong. That is, until he’s hired by a diverse group of hopefuls who dream of becoming American citizens and believe he can help – giving him a new sense of purpose and a chance for redemption, as long as he remembers where he came from.
The cast includes Kal Penn, Diana Maria Riva, Joel Kim Booster, Kiran Deol, Poppy Liu, Moses Storm and Samba Schutte.
Kal Penn and Matt Murray will write and executive produce. Michael Schur will be supervising executive producer. David Miner and Dan Spilo will executive produce.
“Sunnyside” is produced by Universal Television in association with Fremulon and 3 Arts Entertainment.
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