Axed: Super Fun Night, Community, Revolution, Suburgatory.
Bad news for Rebel Wilson. Also axed: The Neighbors and Crisis.
The series, from Warner Bros. Television and executive produced by Conan O’Brien, was Wilson’s big shot at her own sitcom on US television.
Also starring Aussie Kate Jenkinson, it ended quietly earlier this year, awaiting a network decision.
Also axed was cult favourite Community, starring Joel McHale.
It ends after five seasons. The series was one of only two comedies to return to NBC’s schedule for the 2014-15 season (Parks and Recreation was the other).
The axe has also fallen on another comedy which airs in Australia through Nine: Suburgatory. It ends after 3 seasons.
Alien comedy The Neighbors, which aired in Australia on Seven, wraps at two seasons.
On the drama front J.J. Abrams’ Revolution, which has aired on Foxtel and Nine, will conclude with two seasons.
TEN may have sat on action series Crisis too long. It’s out after just one season.
Source: Hollywood Reporter