2.9 Avg User Rating
No Season 2 for the new comedy.
July 6, 2016
ABC has cancelled movie-based comedy Uncle Buck after its first season. The freshman series aired its final episode last night, capping a short four week run.
Premiering in mid-June, Uncle Buck's summer run fared decently ratings wise, but evidently was not a strong enough performer for the network to consider a second season.
07/09/16 at 03:51am
If they called it something else like bad uncle it would of been a mediocre to average comedy series. But uncle buck is john Candy. The character isn't like batman or James Bond where you can just keep rebooting with different actors over and over.
07/08/16 at 11:31am
I never watch shows based on movies.
07/08/16 at 06:34am
The persons who gave this show even a first season should have been fired.
07/07/16 at 04:42pm
A complete and utter pile of garbage. Hey Hollywood, think for yourselves!!! Candy and Hughes must be rolling in their graves.
07/07/16 at 04:19pm
Here's an idea. A show based on a movie from the late 80s about a fat white guy.... but get a skinny black guy to play him! Yeah no surprise this didn't last.
07/07/16 at 01:36pm
I seen that coming a mile away
07/07/16 at 12:18pm
watched half an episode and thought wtf??? how can they make stuff so bad...
07/07/16 at 10:31am
it was so bad it's almost like ABC realized too late that they never even should have done it in the first place and just got it out of the way as fast as possible.. I didn't hear or know of anyone that thought it was a good idea once it started.
07/07/16 at 09:50am
The problem was the family. The oldest daughter was written to be stuck up but was to over written, and could not act. The son was a caricature of a clichÃ©. The youngest daughter was a joke with no punch line. The parents were useless and added nothing but an anti-buck storyline to each week. The family should have been left out, but what kind of a story is just one guy in a house.
07/07/16 at 08:13am
It was very boring! Not funny at all.
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