Apple has chosen not to renew two of its Apple TV+ original series, with both the musical comedy "Central Park" and sports drama "Swagger" getting the axe.
"Central Park" is an animated series from the creators of "Bob's Burgers." It is a musical featuring the voices of Josh Gad, Tituss Burgess, Daveed Digs, Leslie Odom Jr., and many more.
While the series was picked up for a third season in August 2022, it seems like it won't be renewed for a fourth.
Series co-creator Josh Gad was asked on Threads when "Central Park" would return. His reply was short and sweet, "Sadly, it's done."
It appears that sports drama "Swagger" will not be returning, either. Reggie Rock Bythewood, who created the series, announced the cancellation on X in late November.
The series, renewed for a second season in July 2022, chronicled the life of professional basketball player Kevin Durant in youth basketball. The series was an ensemble show following players, coaches, and families.
Apple TV+ canceled "The Problem With Jon Stewart" in October, despite the show's strong two-season run. The series was the most-viewed unscripted show upon its debut and even received four Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Talk Series.
However, Apple TV+ and Jon Stewart allegedly have parted amicably, with the cancellation over disagreements on topics pitched for the third season.