No Season 4 for the cable comedy.
April 27, 2019
It appears that Those Who Can't has aired its last episode. The comedy's co-creators have taken to social media to inform their followers that the show has been "officially cancelled" by truTV.
The half-hour series premiered in 2016 with two seasons already on-order, thanks to it getting an early sophomore renewal before airing its first-ever episode. But while it managed to air its first two seasons before the end of 2016, an over two-year absence followed, with its third and now-final season premiering in January of this year. The series finale aired earlier this month on April 8.
Created by and starring members of Denver-based comedy troupe The Grawlix, Those Who Can't was truTV's first foray into scripted comedy. The series follows three borderline-incompetent teachers who get into more mischief than the students they teach.
And that’s a wrap on #ThoseWhoCant. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you to everyone involved with the show and to everyone who ever watched. I couldn’t be prouder of the three seasons of television we made and the world we created. Smoot High Forever! pic.twitter.com/Pcyw0f5gfT— Adam Cayton-Holland (@CaytonHolland) April 24, 2019
Gone are the days of southern fried stings, lizard lack towing, South beach towing etc. All we get now is impractical jokers force fed to us in unhealthy doses, an constant reruns of those so-called "top funny" videos that are so 2010 to 2014
I also heard James Murray was vice president at trutv. If that is true, the that explains how the jokers were able to take over the network creating a sort of monopoly that barres new guys from entering. Wouldn't that be a conflict of interests???