Although fans of this sitcom might feel bad about its cancellation, NBC likely don't: the series had plenty of talent involved, including Amy Poehler as an executive producer, but it received largely negative reviews from critics upon airing.
That was reflected in the ratings too: over 6million people tuned in for the premiere back in September, but by December that was down to just over 2m, and the network didn't give it an additional episode order back then. The writing was on the wall from that point, and now the Peacock have confirmed that the comedy, which followed Emet, a wife, mother, and career woman who "feels bad" when she deviates from her own standards of perfection, is done for.
NCTJ-qualified journalist. Most definitely not a racing driver. Drink too much tea; eat too much peanut butter; watch too much TV. Sadly only the latter paying off so far.
A mix of wise-old man in a young man's body with a child-like wonder about him and a great otherworldly sensibility.