Fox is further scaling back its live-action comedy roster.
The network has been cancelled Welcome to Flatch after two seasons. The mockumentary series, created by Jenny Bicks and based on the BBC series This country, ended its second season in February. The series also counts Paul Feig among its executive producers.
“While audience response was not as strong as we had hoped, we were thrilled with the creativity of the immensely talented Jenny Bicks and Paul Feig, as well as the excellent, dedicated cast and crew they assembled,” Fox said in a statement. a statement. “We look forward to working with them again in the future and are grateful to all our partners at Lionsgate, Jenny’s Perkins Street Productions, Paul’s Feigco Entertainment, Angie Stephenson from BBC Studios and Charlie Cooper and Daisy May Cooper.”
Welcome to Flatch follows the eccentric residents of a small town in Ohio, centered around two cousins (Sam Straley and Holmes). The cast also includes Justin Linville, Taylor Ortega, Krystal Smith, Aya Cash, Seann William Scott and Jaime Pressly.
The series was one of the least watched on Fox during both seasons. In 2022-2023, it averaged 1.24 million viewers and a 0.28 rating among adults 18-49 after seven days of delayed viewing (not including streaming).
Together with Bicks and Feig, Welcome to Flatch’The series’ executive producers are Stephenson and Charlie and Daisy May Cooper, who created the film This country. Lionsgate Television, the production arm of BBC Studios in Los Angeles and Fox Entertainment produced the series.