The comedy will continue in 2019-2020.
May 10, 2019
ABC announced today that Fresh Off the Boat will be returning for a sixth season. The good news comes a month after the comedy's Season 5 finale.
The veteran Asian-American sitcom has done well for itself since a move to Friday nights this season. While its ratings aren't what they were in its heyday, it is drawing respectable numbers in the 8:00pm time slot. The series recently celebrated its 100th episode.
Loosely-based on the memoir of food personality Eddie Huang, Fresh Off the Boat follows a teenage Eddie after moving from D.C. to the Orlando suburbs with his family in the 90s. With no Chinatown like they were used to in Washington, the family quickly find out that things are now quite different than they are used to. Eddie's dad is chasing the American dream and opens a western food restaurant, while his mother struggles with the differences in culture between her old life and her new one.
i agree, but still not a good or professional way to react. Especially so publicly, just makes her look bad and i suspect will cause some issues with the people who are happy for the renewal (other cast and crew). people need the work and will be grateful, her hoping it would be canceled just because shes gotten film work is kind of a betrayal.
Film work isn't going to stop coming if your a good actor or bring in money. look at Melissa McCarthy, she spent a fair amount of time working on TV shows before and during her film career kicked off.
You didn't see her moaning about Mike and Molly when she was getting big movie roles at the same time. And she still continues to get big roles. Just seems like a bad move and lacking in class to be ungrateful to a show that helped you get some fame.