No Season 4 for the 80s-set comedy.
January 27, 2022
Word is out that Showtime has cancelled Black Monday after three seasons. The news, which comes six months after the dark comedy wrapped its now-final run, was revealed by star Paul Scheer during a recent live stream on Twitch.
The half-hour series is named after Monday, October 19, 1987, which was the date of the worst stock market crash in Wall Street's history. The show follows a group of outsiders who went up against the blue-blood, old boys club of Wall Street and ended up crashing the world's largest financial system.
01/28/22 at 07:40pm
This should have come with a warning that it was created by Seth Rogen. You have to be warped to like what comes out of the juvenile Rogen. Woke would be preferable. Even his friends couldn't stomach this one.
01/28/22 at 06:49pm
Mike, I completely agree. It really was fun. I described it as the comedy version of Succession.
01/28/22 at 10:02am
This show was funny but had no real story after a while. It was obvious it was going to end like this after season 2 started.
You'd have to have extreme views to think it had anything to do with wokism.
01/28/22 at 03:41am
It was a great show and I loved how dark and violent the humor in the show could get. Unfortunately the audience was small and it was barley promoted but I’m glad we at least got three fun seasons out of it
01/28/22 at 03:13am
To the the person that steals other people's names on here and writes the opposite of what the real post said.i sure hope that makes you feel powerful for 1 second of your miserable life
01/27/22 at 05:44pm
First season was fantastic 2nd season slid right into woke bs .so apparently like me everyone quit watching. Good riddance
01/27/22 at 11:37am
Not too surprised about this. I don't think many people watched it.
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