Hulu has canceled their comedy series Reboot after one season.
The series, created by Modern Family co-creator Steven Levitan, centered on the streamer's decision to reboot the popular 2000s sitcom Step Right Up. With the original cast returning to set years after saying goodbye, a wealth of issues and unresolved conflict rise to the surface.
Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Judy Greer, and Calum Worthy starred as Step Right Up returning players. Rachel Bloom served as the millennial writer looking to reboot the fictionalized sitcom, while Paul Reiser was the show's original creator.
Reboot's only season consisted of eight episodes and was well-received by critics upon its launch on September 20, 2022.
After the unexpected cancellation, Levitan attempted to shop the series but couldn't convince a studio to take on the project. So, in the ways of Hollywood, Reboot is officially dead.