The program is over for Jay Pharoah’s Showtime series White Famous The network has actually tossed the axe at the half-hour funny after simply one eight-episode season.
The Hollywood Reporter was the very first to report the news, while a representative for the network decreased to comment.
The Saturday Night Live funnyman top-lined White Famous, which was based upon the individual experience of executive manufacturer Jamie Foxx. Pharoah played Floyd Mooney, an increasing African-American comic who browses market waters on his journey to end up being “white famous.”
EW’s Darren Franich called the program “an unfunny vanity project”– other blended evaluations weren’t that much kinder.
“We had a blast making this show,” Utkarsh Ambudkar, who played Floyd’s representative Malcolm, tweeted. “Thanks to everyone who supported and showed love. Meant the world to us. Much love to cast and crew.”
Executive produced by Foxx, Californication‘s Tom Kapinos, and Ride Along 2 director Tim Story, White Famous likewise included Jacob Ming-Trent, Lonnie Chavis, Meagan Good, Cleopatra Coleman, Stephen Tobolowsky, and Michael Rapaport.Related youtube video: (not from post)