It was destined to come crashing down, eventually. The Crashing TV show has been cancelled by HBO, ahead of the season three finale. Sunday’s episode, “Mulaney,” will now serve as both the season three and Crashing TV series finale. Watch EP Judd Apatow confirm there will be no fourth season of Crashing, below. The news isn’t all grim, though. Apatow teases that there could be a movie in the offing..
An HBO scripted comedy, Crashing stars creator Pete Holmes in a semi-autobiographical role. Also starring are Lauren Lapkus, George Basil, Ali Reissen, Jamie Lee, Dov Davidoff, Jermaine Fowler, Aparna Nancherla, and Madeline Wise. Dave Attell, John Mulaney, and Artie Lange recur in season three as versions of themselves. The series follows Pete (Holmes), who dives into the cutthroat NYC comedy scene, after his marriage falls apart.
Other guest stars in the third season of Crashing include Ray Romano, Amy Schumer, Estee Adoram, Wayne Federman, Greg Fitzsimmons, Chris Gethard, Kevin Brennan, Elon Gold, Joyelle Johnson, Jessica Kirson, Emo Philips, Colin Quinn, Vanessa Ramos, Modi Rosenfeld, Wil Sylvinces, Marissa Jaret Winokur, and Jaboukie Young-White.
Crashing to End on HBO After Three Seasons
Crashing: A Look at the Ratings
The third season of Crashing is averaging a 0.12 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 369,000 viewers. Compared to season two, that’s down by 5% in the demo and up by 4% in viewership. Crashing ranks 16th in terms of its demo numbers and 17th in terms of total audience, out of the 24 scripted HBO TV shows we’re tracking.
What do you think? Are you still watching Crashing? Is this HBO TV series ending too soon, or at the right time? Sound off in the comments.