The comedy will not return for Season 2.
May 13, 2016
NBC has cancelled new comedy Crowded after one season. The freshman laugher premiered as a mid-season entry in March but failed to attract much attention over the course of its run. The show still has two episodes remaining that are set to air on May 15 and 22.
05/14/16 at 10:47am
While this show is not great it sure does beat Last Man On Earth which makes no sense since there is more than one man on earth and other people. And the disgusting 2 Broke Girls. It should be X-Rated. Who picks what stays and what goes must be on drugs.
05/14/16 at 06:45am
Comedies don't last this was a good show yet last man on earth gets renewed guess people don't watch tv.
05/14/16 at 05:23am
I liked this show but I only watched it for Miranda as she was part of my childhood. When I saw her character I wasn't exactly psyched because she got a dull character, almost. It was fun but I didn't think it was going to last.
05/14/16 at 04:02am
Awesome show, bad timeslot. The show is on the same time as both Game Of Thrones and Fear The Walking Dead. How good did they actually expect the ratings to be.
05/14/16 at 02:00am
... you weren't paying attention then, Matt.
05/13/16 at 09:02pm
Other than having a bi-racial marriage there wasn't any other aspect of political correctness. I don't see how any of it is a stretch?
I'll miss this show, I enjoy anything with Warburton in it.
05/13/16 at 08:12pm
This show actually aired? Never heard of it and neither did the (non) viewers
05/13/16 at 07:30pm
I'm really sad to see this ending so soon... I really did enjoy the show even though it was a little far fetched... I will miss it
05/13/16 at 06:36pm
It was okay, but I saw this coming. I love Patrick and Miranda, but I don't think they showed their talents too much in the show.
05/13/16 at 05:58pm
I liked it for the most part... but bits were quite a stretch.... I mean Keach playing a slightly racist old man with a black wife.. is... well.. c'mon. Wither the writers were on drugs, the casting director was on drugs, or Carlease Burke was on drugs to accept such a role -- it's made that entire aspect unbelievable. I jsut wonder.. where's the gay character? Sure seems liek they were trying to load a sitcom with every possible aspect of political correctness.
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