The Mayor Season 2
The Mayor cancellation confirmed: the series will not be returning for a Second season :( Still, there could be hope for the show to be picked up by another network, so subscribe below for season Two fanalert to be the first to know when something changes.
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'The Mayor' Canceled By ABC - by Deadline
The Mayor, from ABC Studios, was created by Jeremy Bronson. It centered on Courtney Rose (Hall), a hip-hop artist who runs for a mayor as a publicity stunt but scores a surprise win. Lea Michele, Bernard David Jones, Marcel Spears, Yvette Nicole Brown and David Spade co-starred.
The Mayor Cancelled by ABC - via Ksitetv
From Jeremy Bronson (The Mindy Project), The Mayor followed struggling rapper Courtney Rose (Brandon Michael Hall) as he runs for mayor of his California hometown in order to promote his music career. After unexpectedly winning on the heels of a strong debate performance, Courtney is faced with a different life path than the one he might’ve wanted but one that he could’ve very well needed.
'The Mayor' Star to Topline Greg Berlanti CBS Drama - by Hollywoodreporter
Alcatraz duo Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt wrote the script for God Friended Me and exec produce alongside Berlanti and his Berlanti Productions topper Sarah Schechter. Marcos Siega will exec produce and direct the Warner Bros. Television pilot.
'The Mayor': When Will ABC Air The Remaining Episodes Of The Comedy? - via Ibtimes
“The Mayor” stars Brandon Micheal Hall as Courtney Rose, an aspiring rapper who accidentally becomes the mayor of the fictional California town Fort Grey. Also starring on the comedy are Yvette Nicole Brown as Courtney’s mom Dina, Lea Michele as Courtney’s chief of staff Val, and Bernard David Jones and Marcel Spears as Courtney’s best friends Jermaine and T.K.
'The Mayor': ABC Boss Talks Show's Cancellation, Fate Of Remaining Episodes - via Ibtimes
“The issue did not seem to be one of the audience not knowing that the show was there, which is sometimes the case,” Dungey continued. “People knew — they just didn’t come. And what was more disappointing for me, personally, was the delayed viewing numbers also continued to drop. And that’s the biggest signal that, ultimately, for whatever reason, it was not a show that’s connecting.”