Some relationships are not meant to last.
unboundThe hilarious rom-com series starring Neil Patrick Harris as a guy trying to re-enter the New York City dating scene after a long-term relationship ended, was canceled on Netflix after just one season, EW has learned .
The news comes six months after the show starring Harris, Tuck Watkins, Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Emerson Brooks and Marcia Gay Harden premiered on the streaming platform on July 29.
netflix Brooks Ashmanska and Neil Patrick Harris in Uncoupled
Created by Darren Star (sex and the city) and Jeffrey Richman’s series centers on Michael (Harris), a luxury real estate agent who is completely content with his life and 17-year relationship with boyfriend Colin (Watkins)…they… until they suddenly broke up. Back in the dating pool, Michael must learn to sink or swim and send penis pictures correctly if he wants to find love again.
In her review, EW critic Kristen Baldwin called the series “a well-crafted snack for a rom-sitcom” and said, “The writers explore genuine feelings about relationships, especially as you get older. It balances the importance of friendship with a borderline silly B-story — and the pacing is as clean and efficient as it gets.”
What makes series cancellations much more difficult for fans is the unbound We closed out the first season with a massive cliffhanger where Michael and Colin reunite at their wedding. At the end of the night, Colin admits that saying goodbye to her may have been a mistake. Now, it seems that viewers will have to decide for themselves whether the pair will get back together.
unbound Netflix isn’t the only series to cancel in recent weeks – it also shut down a German mystery series 1899 spooky young adult show midnight club.
in the meantime unbound Star’s other Netflix series may not have been cut Emily in Paris is still va-va-booming . The French romantic comedy starring Lily Collins premiered its third season last month and has already received the greenlight for a fourth season.
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