Netflix canceled 'Family Reunion': But fans will get one more season!
Netflix has decided to wrap its platform for the rare multi-camera comedy Family Reunion, but not before it gives its fans one more season of laughs. The streaming service has officially renewed Famly Reunion for a final third season. Created by Meg DeLoatch, the sitcom aired on Netflix on July 10, 2019.
DeLoach's position as the showrunner will be succeeded by the series' writers Adrienne Carter and Arthur Harris for the final season. The two are also elevated to executive producers. "I am so excited that Family Reunion will be returning for a third season," DeLoatch said in a statement.
Netflix renews the sitcom for one final season. Photo Source: Filmy One
"I will always be grateful to Netflix for giving me the opportunity to finally tell my story and the platform to share the beautiful, loving and joyous McKellan family with the world," adds DeLoatch, who will continue to executive producer the sitcom. In addition, Robert Prinz is also on board as executive producer.
The first two seasons of Family Reunion were 20 and 15 episodes; the upcoming season will reportedly be 10 episodes. The sitcom follows the story of the McKellan Family, who move from Seattle to Georgia to stay closer to their extended family.
The final installment will be a 10 episode long season. Source: Netflix
Family Reunion stars Tia Mowry as Cocoa McKellan, Anthony Alabi in the role of Moses "Moz" McKellan, Talia Jackson as Jade McKellan, and Isaiah Russell-Bailey as Shaka McKellan. Actor Cameron J. Wright, Jordyn Raya James, and Loretta Devine also stars as one of the McKellan family members. The sitcom won two NAACP Image Awards earlier this year.
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