No Season 3 for the late-night series.
June 7, 2019
Word is out that HBO has cancelled Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas after two seasons. The sad news, which comes on the same night as the show's final episode, was confirmed by Wyatt Cenac himself earlier today on Twitter.
The documentary-style weekly late-night series followed the titular writer and comedian as he traveled around the country to investigate systemic social and cultural issues. Using his unique perspective, Cenac delivered documentary-style field reports from a wide variety of rural and suburban locations while seeking real-world solutions to issues facing Americans.
06/16/19 at 07:45am
AJW (fox news) are just as bad as SJW. The real problem is that too many shows focus on a small part of the problem. A lot of the time this part doesn't include a large portion of the audience. In the end all the show is doing is preaching to the choir and boring the crowd.
06/14/19 at 06:26am
I cant speak for the boomers but where I work and its mostly women in their 30s they all talk of how sick they are of sjws and identity politics.so I hope 3 more do show up just so we can watch them fail
06/13/19 at 08:39pm
Sad to see it go. No worries. For every “SJW” show that gets cancelled, 3 take its place. We’re gonna be here long after you die out, boomers.
06/08/19 at 07:29pm
The cancellation isn't nearly as shocking as the news it had been renewed for a second season.
06/08/19 at 08:01am
Another social justice warrior bites the dust good bye and GOOD RIDDANCE
06/08/19 at 05:20am
The show needed some fine tuning, but overall I liked it and found it informative with a mix of humor.
06/08/19 at 04:49am
People are getting tired of the social justice BS.
06/07/19 at 10:05pm
While I like Cynac's humor and think he's great.. this show, especially season 2 was so narrowly focused on issues effecting very particular communities it was difficult to stay engaged with the topics. Yes, I get there's a "broader picture" one can draw overall. However, things weren't really presented in a "broader picture" manner in season 2. Decent topic.. education.. but very poorly executed.
06/07/19 at 08:20pm
This makes me Sooo sad, I really loved this show. I think the lack of in studio audience was it's undoing. Most people need the social cues of others to know how to react to stimuli. Which really sucks, because it has now killed an amazing-creative-funny-informative show.