The quarantine comedy has been pulled from the schedule.
November 2, 2020
NBC has pulled Connecting... from its schedule after just four episodes. The move comes halfway through the comedy's 8-episode freshman run, with its remaining four episodes slated be released online on nbc.com and streaming service Peacock.
While the series received decent review from critics, it ultimately failed to draw a sizeable audience on Thursday nights. In its place through November 19, NBC will air episodes of Superstore in the 8:30pm time slot.
Made to reflect the coronavirus era, Connecting... follows a group of friends whose plans for 2020 went out the window after the global pandemic hit. They try to stay close - and maintain their sanity - by using video chat to share the highs and lows of their lives. Sick of isolation and quarantine, they lean on one another as they look forward to a better day.
11/18/20 at 00:15am
Didn’t hear about it - so haven’t watched it.
11/13/20 at 06:15pm
I never heard of this show. It sounds as much fun as watching the Weather Channel on a snow day.
11/08/20 at 10:04pm
They should have called this show "Preaching..." because that's all it really does.
11/08/20 at 12:49pm
Death to hollywood! Producing so much crap, they need to go under. Great opportunity for putting up studios in other states and filming without all the political agendas, degrading women, drugs, and opportunity to get rid of racist hollywood and get tv shows that show the United States as it is, different races and cultures!
11/05/20 at 01:50pm
Eh it was not great but I liked it and would watch this over all of the Real Housewives and Bachelor/Bachelorette crap any day. . I'll watch the final 4 episode on Peacock.
11/05/20 at 09:45am
Hollyweird always trying to push their agendas and opinions.Most of their shows suck.
11/04/20 at 05:02pm
I like topical shows that deal with real world issues. I'm pretty sure that's the entire true crime genre, but I think the writing wasn't strong enough to keep you tuning in, no reason to come back. It would be better as a web series.
11/04/20 at 10:50am
Yeah, because when you're in a pandemic, you want to watch a show about people who are prettier than you, and richer than you, and have a bigger group of friends than you complain about their first world problems in that same pandemic.
Or maybe the cast just wasn't diverse enough for network television.
11/03/20 at 12:28pm
The commercials for this show was enough to make my skin crawl.
11/03/20 at 11:31am
.. what an absolutely horrible concept and terrible execution... especially when they got into the 10 minute monologues on how others should live their lives. And yeah.. the transgender person was OBVIOUS.. pretend all you want.. but it's still readily apparent.
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