Actually, “Uncoupled” isn’t finished yet. Showtime has renewed the Neil Patrick Harris–starring romantic comedy for a second season after Netflix dropped it.
The show, co-created by Darren Star (who wrote “Emily in Paris”) and Jeffrey Richman (“Modern Family”), follows Michael, a New York City real estate broker who must begin a new life after his longtime lover suddenly ends their relationship and walks out. Other members of the cast include Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Tuc Watkins, Emerson Brooks, and Marcia Gay Harden.
If you want to check this below tweet by Pop Base saying that Uncoupled will be produced by Showtime after Netflix canceled it:
‘Uncoupled’ has been saved by Showtime and renewed for Season 2 after Netflix cancelled it. pic.twitter.com/NPhn3XtAsT
— Pop Base (@PopBase) February 10, 2023
The show’s executive producers are Starr, Richman, Harris, and Lilly Burns. Production companies Darren Star Productions, Jeffrey Richman Productions, and Jax Media join MTV Entertainment Studios in bringing this to life.
Full episodes of the series were released on the streaming site for the first time on July 29 of last year, where they received a 73% critical acceptance rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Despite the show’s critical acclaim, Netflix canceled it in January because it hadn’t found a significant viewer base. Even though “Uncoupled” debuted in the Top 5 on Netflix’s most popular shows chart in August, it only stayed there for a week.
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The premium cable network has revealed plans to merge with its parent company’s streaming service, and as a result, will be rebranded as “Paramount+ with Showtime” across both linear and online platforms. Launching later this year, the service will initially only be available to paying subscribers of the U.S. linear networks Paramount+ and Showtime.
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