Fox Cancels ‘Welcome To Flatch’ After Season Two

Fox has recently decided to cancel the live-action comedy series, Welcome to Flatch, after it completed its second season.

The show, which is a mockumentary created by Jenny Bicks and based on the BBC series, This Country, garnered attention as it had Paul Feig as one of its executive producers.

A Fox spokesperson shared: “While audience response was not as strong as we had hoped, we were thrilled with the creativity of the enormously talented Jenny Bicks and Paul Feig, as well as the outstanding, dedicated cast and crew they assembled. We look forward to collaborating with them again in the future and are thankful for all of our partners at Lionsgate, Jenny’s Perkins Street Productions, Paul’s Feigco Entertainment, BBC Studios’ Angie Stephenson, and Charlie Cooper and Daisy May Cooper.”

Welcome to Flatch took viewers into the lives of the eccentric residents of a small Ohio town, with a story revolving around two cousins played by Sam Straley and Holmes. The cast also included Justin Linville, Taylor Ortega, Krystal Smith, Aya Cash, Seann William Scott, and Jaime Pressly.

Welcome To Flatch cancelled

Unfortunately, the series did not garner a high viewership on Fox. In the 2022-2023 season, it averaged 1.24 million viewers and a 0.28 rating among adults aged 18-49 after seven days of delayed viewing, excluding streaming.

Alongside Jenny Bicks and Paul Feig, the executive producers of Welcome to Flatch were Stephenson and Charlie and Daisy May Cooper, who were the creators of This Country. The series was produced by Lionsgate Television, BBC Studios, and Fox Entertainment’s Los Angeles production arm.

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