The cable comedy ends after two seasons.
December 11, 2018
Comedy Central has declined to pick up a third season of Detroiters. The sad news was confirmed by co-creator and star Sam Richardson, who posted a heartfelt message on Twitter thanking fans for their support of the show.
The series follows Sam and Tim, who are close friends and fledgling ad men full of ambition despite not having the talent, money, or connections that the bigger corporations do. But their love for each other and their home city of Detroit, Michigan never wavers as they work towards building a local advertising empire.
The half-hour series premiered in 2017, airing two 10-episode seasons on the cable network. The show's final episode aired on August 16.
Sadly, @Detroiters won’t be picked up for a season 3 at Comedy Central. I want to thank everyone who watched and supported the show. It was a dream to make and I’m proud that those who did see it enjoyed it. Maybe it will find a home elsewhere, who knows? But truly, thank you.— Sam Richardson (@SamRichardson) December 11, 2018
Even when they find stuff they get right, like @Midnight they screw it up and get rid of it. Hopefully, Corporate will get a long run. It's excellent.