EXCLUSIVE: Apple tv+ has chosen not to order a second season of Mr corman, The A24 half-hour school teacher dramatic comedy created, written, directed, executive produced, and headlined by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The final episode of the series, “The Big Picture”, was released today.
Mr corman premiered on August 6 to mostly solid reviews (70% on Rotten Tomatoes) but it didn’t draw a wide audience on the platform like other Apple TV + comedy series have done last summer, including the iconic Ted lasso, Schmigadoon !, Physical, Mythic Quest and Hard, they have been updated or are looking good to renovate.
Apple TV + remains in business with Gordon-Levitt, who is an executive producer and voices a main character in the streamer’s new animated series for children. Wolf boy and the factory of everything which released all 10 episodes of its first season on September 24.
On his return to television, Gordon-Levitt played Mr. Corman, a fifth-grade teacher who ponders life’s biggest questions and struggles with his own emotions as he keeps his Valley Elementary school class afloat. San Fernando. A former aspiring musician, he works through anxiety, loneliness, and a diminishing suspicion that he sucks as a person.
The cast of the series also included Arturo Castro, Debra Winger, Bobby Hall aka Logic, Alexander Jo, Juno Temple, Jamie Chung, Shannon Woodward, and Hector Hernandez. Bruce Eric Kaplan, Ravi Nandan and Inman Young also served as executive producers. Pamela Harvey-White was a producer.
This is a rare cancellation for Apple TV + that just hasn’t renewed another scripted original series out of the dozens so far, Small voice.
The streamer’s upcoming series and movies, scheduled to premiere in the fourth quarter include Acapulco, Swagger, Finch, Season 3 of Dickinson, The Shrink Next Door, Swan Song and The tragedy of Macbeth.