The dramedy will not return.
March 18, 2015
It is being reported that Taxi Brooklyn has been cancelled by NBC after one season. The freshman dramedy aired for 12 episodes last summer but failed to draw a substantial number of viewers in its Wednesday night time slot.
The network hasn't officially commented on the show's future, but with its absence from nbc.com's list of current shows and star Chyler Leigh recently joining the cast of CBS' upcoming Supergirl, it is clear that Taxi Brooklyn will not be returning.
05/05/15 at 06:22am
Every time it seems that the networks come out with a new show/series about police or fire it only last 1-2 seasons. I thought this was a great mystery show. I hope another network picks it up or if nbc get's enough emails to bring the show back for at least one more season. Believe it hurt due to time slot and what ABC and NBC was running during the same time period.
04/29/15 at 05:29pm
I'm surprised this show lasted 12 episodes. I mean, really, watching Chyler Leigh throw 4 temper tantrums in an hour and continually make stupid decisions is entertainment? Actually, the script writers should be the ones to be cancelled, and they shouldn't have the opportunity to write any more miserable story lines like the ones in this series.
04/26/15 at 11:37pm
If it doesn't work on one night maybe it will on another night. They don't even try to find a time when it will work for any of us. Apparently we don't matter.
04/24/15 at 02:38am
I am getting more and more disgusted with NBC! It started with Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. This was a TERRIFIC show! It got a lot of press, My co-workers all talked about it the day after, and I just loved it. But NBC axed it....even though the ratings weren't bad! Go figure...and if you can figure NBC's motives out, run for the woods, you're thinking backwards!
The list of quality NBC shows that have been axed has been long - waaaay too long for my liking! They want loyalty from their viewing audience, but don't respect our judgement when we DO like a show. I'm done with NBC - I can't take the ongoing disappointment with their axe...
04/02/15 at 01:08pm
With over a hundred shows brought in for viewing and only thirteen weeks to see what you can, there just isn't enough time to look at what you want before they start dropping the ax. That's why there are so many cancellations when the season barely starts. Go back to the fifties and there were 52 episodes per season...not 13. everybody had time to pick and choose. They need to fix this.
03/29/15 at 11:55pm
About the time I become comfortable with a show and connect with the characters, it's cancelled. This is really turning me off of network TV.
03/27/15 at 08:11am
It was a weird premise but was my second favorite show and was never given a push needed by NBC. It probably could have survived if it were on CBS or some of the cable networks.
03/23/15 at 10:23pm
This shows fresh idea was to take a movie and turn it into a show, at least it wasn't animated or done in the 90's. More people heard of this from the soup than from the whole of NBC's marketing.
03/21/15 at 02:26pm
To each his own!!
03/21/15 at 09:42am
I kinda figured.
I was skeptical after the first few episodes but then it got good. Or I got hooked or whatever. Kind of sorry it won't be resolved but the fact that we have heard nothing about it I figured it was on its way out. No big surprise.
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