‘No Good Nick’ No Good For Netflix As It Cancels The Melissa Joan Hart & Sean Astin Series
There is no good news for ‘No Good Nick‘, as Netflix has decided to cancel the Melissa Joan Hart & Sean Astin fronted dramedy after 1 season (in 2 parts).
The series followed follows 13-year-old Nick, short for Nicole, who infiltrated a family with the intention to get revenge on them for unknowingly ruining her life. As she got to know the family, she found compassion for them and struggled with whether or not she could ultimately go through with her plan.
Melissa Joan Hart played Liz, the competitive “career mother”, whilst Sean Astin starred as the archetypical loveable, dorky “fun dad.” Siena Agudong (‘Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn’) starred as teen con artist Nick, with Kalama Epstein (‘The Fosters’) and Lauren Lindsey Donzis (‘Liv and Maddie’, ‘Ghosted’) rounding out the family.
Creators David H. Steinberg and Keetgi Kogan released a statement on social media thanking the fans for their support, and Netflix for taking a chance with the show. You can read the tweet below:
— David H. Steinberg (@DavidHSteinberg) September 15, 2019
‘No Good Nick’ is just the latest in a long line of show that Netflix has taken the hatchet to this year. Along with all the Netflix/Marvel series, we lost ‘Santa Clarita Diet’, ‘Travelers’, ‘Designated Survivor’, ‘The Good Cop’, ‘Friends from College’, ‘American Vandal’ and ‘The OA’, many of which cause uproar from the fans.
The full 20-episodes of ‘No Good Nick‘ can be found on Netflix UK and worldwide.
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