Netflix has finally announced this week that it would not renew the show for a second season.
Streaming giant Netflix has now decided to cancel the sketch show that excels in the comedy and humor genre. The program displays sketches in the title and improves group performance. Kenya Barris is the one who has worked as a producer of the program through her banner of the company Khalabo Inc. that works under Netflix.
In a phone interview, co-writer Keisha Zoller said
“There is no other way to say that it is useless to just suck on the other without saying so.” He feels generous to work with all the members of the series Astronomy Club because their greatest strength is how diverse we are against black people. He said not every one of them has the same opinion and experience.
Starring eight actors, three women and five men, the author, and artist of the “Astronomy Club” comes from different experiences and ways of being in the world.
The “Astronomy Club” was not only one of the rare shows that featured a wide range of black experiences but was not afraid to address those differences.
This is what happens in this series!
It closely resembles the group’s Comedy Central and its digital series but features interstitials in each episode lasting 30 minutes. The series put many different characters in the spotlight and no one could beat this epic show.
There were no comments regarding the cancellation of the show.
In February the news of the cancellation has been shared by the source familiar to the decision.
The Astronomy Club joins a growing list of Blackstead comedies, which were canceled in the previous year, including Turn Up Charlie by Idris Elba and Tuka and Bertie by Tiffany Haddish.