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The Crazy Ones: Cancelled by CBS, No Season Two

Crazy Ones TV show canceled by CBSMork & Mindy was a smash hit back in the day but the same can’t be said for Robin William’s newest sitcom, The Crazy Ones. CBS has cancelled the show after one season of 22 episodes.

The Crazy Ones follows an unorthodox ad agency executive (Williams) and his partner and daughter (Sarah Michelle Gellar). The rest of the cast includes James Wolk, Hamish Linklater, and Amanda Setton.

Word is that the show was expensive to produce and the ratings just didn’t justify a second season. It was the weakest-performing comedy on the network’s Thursday night schedule for much of the year, averaging a 2.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 8.32 million viewers.

The season (now series) finale aired on April 17th.

What do you think? Are you sorry to hear that The Crazy Ones has been cancelled? Do you think it should have been renewed for a second season?


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Anonymous July 28, 2014 at 4:41 am

The crazy ones is one of the best new comedy. Hate to see it got cancel.


Anonymous July 28, 2014 at 1:46 am



luu hoang mai July 14, 2014 at 6:58 pm

The last episode of ss2 is the best. It talked abt sydney and Andrew relationship.. what the hell they are thinking while killing The crazy ones which confusinh ending in Ss1… it make nonsense… pls continue and reveal loveline bw Sydney and Andrew. I cant believe that they let the crazy ones die,it s an excellent show , i can’t miss any epi on Star movie,tt s suck if they let the crazy ones end like this


Natalia July 14, 2014 at 11:34 am

Please, bring it back!!!!!!


Kimberly June 24, 2014 at 10:57 pm

BRING IT BACK.. This is one of the few shows I made a point to watch.. My husband & I love this show… Re think the decision.. Keep that same cast.. cut in other areas…


WestSeaDoc May 30, 2014 at 12:39 am

It’s unfathomable that such drivel as “The Millers” survives and “The Crazy Ones” does not. The writing suffered a bit by trying to let Robin W go off on his zany improvs. His type of humor doesn’t quite work as “Mork” in advertising/in middle America. Some scripts were amazing and others average and yet others sad and desultory. Sidney going commando on video gaming was one of the best scripts and it would have been wiser playing up her comedic and acting talents more than Robin’s — a fact that saddens and probably dates me, but Robin’s off the cuff often felt out of place and made me (an RW fan) cringe at times.


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