Two ABC series, “Promised Land” and “Queens,” might maybe presumably well no longer be returning for a second season, Disney announced on Friday.
“Promised Land,” a drama from Matt Lopez a pair of Latino household in California’s Sonoma Valley, debuted to huge acclaim but mediocre ratings in January. After 5 episodes, it became pulled from ABC‘s agenda and your entire season moved to sister streamer Hulu.
At the time of the transfer, an ABC spokesperson talked about, “‘Promised Land’ is a beautifully carried out and critically inspiring series of which everybody at our company is awfully proud. We comprehend it has a passionate viewers that is terribly invested on this display camouflage, and these viewers might maybe maybe be ready to poke all subsequent episodes completely on Hulu every Tuesday for the remaining of the season.”
The ensemble forged became led by John Ortiz and Christina Ochoa.
“Queens” boasted proper-lifestyles song stars Eve, Naturi Naughton, Brandy and Nadine Velazquez of “Valuable Crimes” as 40-something hip-hop stars seeking to reclaim their ’90s coast. It became executive produced by Zahir McGhee, Sabrina Wind and Tim Tale, who moreover directed the pilot episode. It became an ABC Signature manufacturing, which is half of Disney Tv Studios.
It ended its season in February with its smallest-ever viewers and became ranked final among viewers of ABC’s eight freshman dramas.