The pot comedy will not return for Season 2.
February 9, 2017
MTV is pulling back on its scripted fare, today cancelling freshman series Mary + Jane. The marijuana-themed comedy, produced in-part by Snoop Dogg, premiered last September to a modest 45,000 viewers. The show ran for 10 episodes but failed to resonate with the cable network's audience.
The series followed two best friends in their twenties who operate an all-female weed delivery service in Los Angeles. They may just be pot dealers, but the girls view themselves as entrepreneurs - complete with a dope delivery app and a growing customer base of hipsters and celebrities.
04/20/17 at 07:23am
I had high hopes for this one, no pun intended. But it became a little too "goofy" by the end of the season so I wasnt surprised to see it cancelled.
02/14/17 at 05:06am
That's a shame, I liked it. Lots of great jabs at the millennial culture. I particularly liked the restaurants they went to. One made you bring your own plate, another only sold very expensive toast (dry, no butter or jam), in "Shhhh" you weren't allowed to talk above a whisper, etc. All these restaurants had lines down the street waiting to get in. There were some very clever situations in that show.
The two girls had good comedic chemistry too. But the show sort of painted the story line into a corner with the corporate takeover of the L.A. pot business.
02/10/17 at 11:20am
I'm actually really sad about this. I also felt like it was a Broad City knock-off, but I actually preferred it to Broad City; I found the characters much more likable.
02/10/17 at 07:38am
It just felt like a lesser quality Broad City knock-off, so I'm not completely surprised.
It was a cute concept though.