The new comedy fails to earn a back order.
November 16, 2016
The CW today announced a January 17 season finale date for No Tomorrow, confirming that no additional episodes will be ordered for the show's first season. The romantic comedy is six episodes into its freshman run, but has drawn soft ratings over that time. Airing after The Flash at 9:00pm on Tuesday nights, the show is losing a good portion of its lead-in audience.
Its lackluster performance likely means that Season 2 will not be in the cards, however the network has not officially decided its fate at this time. As part of a new deal with Netflix, No Tomorrow will be available on the streaming service eight days after its season finale on The CW. If the show happens to perform well on Netflix, it is speculated that another season could still happen.
So I would like to say for me and my sister, WE LOVED this show!â£ï¸It was so silly, quirky and upbeat even though it is about the end of the world! Who knew that a story about the end of the world could be so lers funny! Hopefully there are other people out there that will stumble upon it and fall in love and hike up the rating! I really feel that when a show is on Netflix it's not like regular TV, using me as an example, I get about 1 weekend a month that's just for me and I pick a couple new shows to watch and watch them until I am cast up with the seasons and then on the the next. Isn't that what Netflix is for?
So please bring this show back!
The whole thing is hilarious...the actors are so infectious.i love the Australian-Joshua Sasse (sexy, funny)& Tori Anderson (cute & whimsical)...
There are multiple stories/ feel good ðŸ˜Š
Relatable- type show.
I hope will come back for another series.
I did not know about it until surfed on Netflix !!
I do not think was advertised- reason low viewing on CW!!!
I don't have cable TV, but I've watched the full "No Tomorrow" series, Season 1, twice now on Netflix. I would love to see a season 2.
I love the characters, how they love and help each other as one big family, and living in the moment having great fun along the way.
Looking forward to season 2.
(I hope this doesn't become another "Limitless", which I also loved)
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