‘Grand Crew’ Canceled After Two Seasons on NBC

Grand Crew (Credit: NBC)

Grand Crew won’t be returning to NBC.

The comedy series has been canceled after two seasons, the network said in a press release Friday.

The sitcom followed friends Noah, Nicky, Sherm, Anthony, Wyatt and Fay as they navigated the ups and downs of life and love, while unpacking it all at their favorite wine bar.

The main cast included Echo Kellum, Nicole Byer, Aaron Jennings, Justin Cunningham, Carl Tart and Grasie Mercedes.

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The season 2 finale aired on April 28, with a back-to-back two episode event.

The final episodes saw Noah (Echo Kellum) turn his diary into a manuscript titled “A Hopeless Romantic…and the Friends That Gave Him Hope.” Wyatt (Justin Cunningham) and Kristen (Maya Lynn Robinson) settled into life as guardians to his niece-cousin Nadine. Anthony (Aaron Jennings) was jobless and surprisingly happy about it, and Sherm (Carl Tart) accepted a sommelier apprenticeship at a wine school in France.

The show’s ratings declined in the second season, averaging about 1.2 million viewers and a 0.18 rating in the advertiser coveted 18-49 demographic, according to Deadline. That’s compared to 1.6 million viewers and 0.3 demo rating in its first season on NBC.

The sitcom from Phil Augusta Jackson (writer, producer and director of Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Dan Goor (creator of Brooklyn Nine-Nine) premiered in December 2021, and ran for 20 episodes.

The series was produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.

NBC also canceled Young Rock on Friday. No decision has been made on American Auto.

The network ordered new comedy series St. Denis Medical about an underfunded, understaffed Oregon hospital. David Alan Grier stars alongside Wendi McClendon-Covey, Allison Tolman, Josh Lawson, Mekki Leeper and Kahyun Kim.