No Season 2 for the Joseph Gordon-Levitt dramedy.
October 1, 2021
Word is out that Apple TV+ has cancelled Mr. Corman after its first season. The move comes on the same day as the dramedy's freshman finale, which now serves as its series ender. Star Joseph Gordon-Levitt took to Twitter with the news, expressing his gratitude towards those who watched the show.
The half-hour series stars Gordon-Levitt as 30-something 5th grade teacher Josh Corman. Things haven't been going too well in his life as of late. His ex-fiancé has moved out and his friend from high school has moved in. Josh spends his days dealing with loneliness, anxiety, and self-doubt - but he knows he still has a lot to be thankful for as he struggles to find his place in the world.
So, Mr. Corman won’t be coming back for season 2.— Joseph Gordon-Levitt (@hitRECordJoe) October 2, 2021
It’s meant so, so much to me to hear from you all who connected with the show — those who felt good, felt sad, felt challenged, felt seen, felt small and meaningless, or felt big, warm, and delicious.
Thanks for watching ❤️
A24 (the production company) isn't making great shows.
Gave it a fair shot by watching more episodes than it deserved and regret i didnt drop it sooner.