Leroy and Max have been ghosted. FOX has cancelled its Ghosted TV show. There will be no second season of the interrupted series, which took a long, awkward hiatus and switched showrunners part-way through its freshman outing.
A FOX horror comedy, Ghosted stars Craig Robinson, Adam Scott, Ally Walker, Adeel Akhtar, and Amber Stevens West. It centers on ex-LAPD detective and current mall security guard, Leroy Wright (Robinson), and former Stanford astrophysics professor and current bookstore clerk, Max Jennifer (Scott). Leroy and Max end up working for a secret governmental agency known as the Bureau Underground, to save the world from all kinds of unusual threats including cryptids, extraterrestrials, and the paranormal.
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Ghosted Joins Other Live-Action FOX Sitcoms in Cancellation
It’s official: Fox will have a clean live-action comedy slate next season with no returning series. The network has formally canceled Ghosted, its last remaining series that was still awaiting word on renewal.
Ghosted‘s cancellation had been considered a foregone conclusion but Fox postponed the decision until after the comedy returned for the remainder of its freshman season earlier this month. With the options on the cast expiring this coming weekend, the network was prompted to act.
Ghosted joins the other cancelled FOX live-action sitcoms, The Last Man on Earth, LA to Vegas, and The Mick, as well as New Girl, which ended. Only Brooklyn Nine-Nine was rescued from its FOX cancellation, when NBC picked it up for a sixth season.
What do you think? Did you watch the Ghosted TV series? If it had been up to you, would Ghosted have been cancelled or renewed for season two on FOX?