Netflix Cancels Neil Patrick Harris Comedy ‘Uncoupled’ After One Season

Netflix and Uncoupled are, sure, uncoupled. The streaming service has canceled the Neil Patrick Harris rom-com after one season.

In the collection — from Sex and the City creator Darren Star and Modern Family scribe Jeffrey Richman — Harris performed actual property agent Michael Lawson, immediately single after getting dumped by his longtime boyfriend on the party Michael threw for him.

“Overnight, [Michael] has to confront two nightmares: dropping the person he thought was his soulmate and immediately discovering himself a single homosexual man in his mid-forties in New York City,” the present’s logline added.

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Reviews for Uncoupled had been respectable, with TV Insider’s Matt Roush calling it “an arch season-long pity party sprinkled with attractive slapstick, sitcom bon mots, and robust feminine help from Tisha Campbell as Michael’s brassy co-worker and Marcia Gay Harden as a demanding and equally bereft divorced shopper.”

“Diverting when it’s not being annoyingly foolish or telegraphing its jokes with the subtlety of a homosexual greeting card, Uncoupled is a light amusement, a slight step up from the maudlin debacle of the Sexsequel And Just Like That…,” Roush added.

Uncoupled additionally starred Tuc Watkins, Emerson Brooks, and Brooks Ashmanskas.

According to Deadline, the axing of Uncoupled isn’t a shock because the present solely as soon as hit Netflix’s weekly Top 10 rating. Additionally, the positioning reviews MTV Entertainment Studios was unsuccessful to find Uncoupled a brand new dwelling at a Paramount-owned community like Showtime.



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