No Season 4 for the animated comedy.
June 30, 2022
It is being reported that Duncanville has been cancelled by Fox after three seasons. The news comes just days after the animated comedy wrapped Season 3, which at 10 episodes was its shortest run to-date.
There may, however, be a small silver lining for fans. The show reportedly has already produced six yet-unaired episodes that will stream later this year exclusively on Hulu.
Duncanville follows a typical 15-year-old boy who can't wait to reach adulthood. He's looking forward to having independence, money, girls, and cars. But the reality is more likely ending up broke, driving around with his mom, and being stuck at home babysitting his sister. But in his wild imagination, he's never anything less than amazing.
07/04/22 at 10:18am
@anadentone You must be talking about a different show. Or maybe you only watched one episode? These kids literally treated their parents like garbage. There was an entire episode about the selfish brat boy saying "f*ck you" to the dad. The spineless dad did nothing about it which pissed me off further. This show did the family sitcom all wrong. Each character was detestable in different ways.
07/03/22 at 06:32am
Yes!! About time! This was the most painfully cliche, unfunny sitcom since Allen Gregory. I think it was greenlit just to break up the 3 "family" sitcom show monotony. The kid was a bratty douchebag, the daughter was a c*nt and the shrill Amy Poehler self insert character had way too much screentime.
07/02/22 at 02:40pm
Whenever there's a show about parents who love each other and kids who respect their parents, they always cancel it. I'm surprise Bob's burgers is still around.
07/01/22 at 09:09pm
Awwww. Sorry to see this show go. I'm retroactively going to unwatch all the episodes I watched just to show them. (Insert sarcastic emoji).
06/30/22 at 08:22pm
Couldn’t bother to burn off the remaining episodes on TV?
06/30/22 at 07:20pm
Very disappointed! Really enjoyed watching this show. Very funny and entertaining.