Chicago comedian Lil Rel Howery’s sitcom cancelled

Chicago comedian Lil Rel Howery’s sitcom cancelled

A humorous television program of fox whose 12 episodes are on aired, featuring comedian Lil Rel Howery.

The sitcom revolves around “Lil Rel Howery” life in Chicago.

According to reports of Hollywood Trade Report, Fox entertainment channel has made a decision that they would not made second season of the show which was decided prior because of insufficient views of the show on starting episodes. There were strong negative views of the show.

Show could not inspire the audience as it was expected to do. So, the Fox has decided not to make the sequel of the humorous show.

Talking about the cast of the show, which includes Lil Rel Howery, Sinbad, Jordan, L. Jones and Jessica.

The program got on aired in September in which Howery played his own character as a nurse on the West side, showing the bitter end of his marriage. The show revolves around his life in Chicago, but it is filmed in Los Angeles.

Talking about the other supporting cast of the humorous show, the well-known comedian Sinbad has played the role of Rel’s father

Howery is well known for his exceptional acting skills in his movie “get out” in which he played Rod William.

In “Uncle Drew” follows Dax (Howery) a street ball coach who has emptied his life savings to enter a team in “Harlem’s Rucker” classic tournament but when he loses his team to a long-time revival (Nick Kroll), he finds a new one in Cantankerous Street “Legend Uncle Drew”, his old basketball squad. Now all are in their 70’s.

Soon after the shows finale was on aired in January, Rel got upset by the tragic death of Kevin Barnett, co-creator of the series with Howery died at age 32

In his upcoming projects, he will appear in “Brittary Runs A Marathon”, is a 2019 American comedy film written and directed by “Paul Downs Colaizzo in his directorial debut.

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Senior editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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