NBC Canceled ‘Ordinary Joe’ Season 2



NBC Canceled ‘Ordinary Joe’ Season 2

Ordinary Joe, starring Jimmy Wolk, will not get renewed by NBC for a second season, according to sources. The announcement comes just over a month after the Season 1 conclusion of the drama from House vets Russel Friend and Garrett Lerner, as well as The Batman writer/director Matt Reeves and his 6th & Idaho label.


It’s hardly a shocking piece of news. Ordinary Joe was NBC’s lowest-rated drama of the season.

Ordinary Joe, written by Friend and Lerner, follows the three parallel lives of the show’s main character (Wolk) when he makes a life-changing decision at a crossroads. The series explores how life would be different if decisions were made based on love, loyalty, or passion.

20th Television, Universal Television, a branch of Universal Studio Group, 6th & Idaho, and 3 Arts collaborated on the project, which starred Natalie Martinez, Charlie Barnett, and Elizabeth Lail.

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