What if we tell you that your siblings will be living with you even after you grow up? Brings back bitter-sweet memories right? Of crazy adventures, lots of fights, and secrets but not without their fair share of annoyance and bickering. A show that has captured the elements of Home, Economics, and Siblings very well is Home Economics which was created by Michael Colton and John Aboud.
An ABC Original, this sitcom has received a 6.9/10 IMDb rating and 65% Google Critic Reviews. Produced by Jess Pineda and Kevin C Slattery and big Production houses like Lionsgate and Tannenbaum Company, the show Home Economics has given us three successful seasons since its premiere in April 2021. However, there have been rounds of talk that this successful sitcom has been canceled after three seasons. Is it official? Let us find out.
Home Economics: Is the ABC series not returning for Season 4?
ABC has officially canceled the series. The third season’s finale aired in January 2023, and no one had a heads-up that this would be the end of the franchise overall. One of the very few shows with a large fan base among others that got a spin-off, this show had maintained the stats well.
The show had been giving the ABC house good numbers and thus was taken up for a third season with 13 episodes. However, things never moved forward from there. While fans kept watching out for the cast and producer’s interviews regarding a new season, nothing solid came out until now. But can the show have a spin-off? Yes, that is possible to create a mini comedy series out of this show or make three different spin-offs on the three siblings.
We can also have a reunited special after some time but there have been no official comments on the same. The show follows three siblings who are adults and still live under the same roof which is a taboo for American households. However, these siblings share a quirky and weird relationship that gets everyone rolling with laughter.
They are funny and smart and while one comes in the richest 1%, the other is a floating middle class and the third is finding survival also as a problem. The series starred Caitlin McGee as Sarah, Jimmy Tatro as Connor, Topher Grace as Tom, Karla Souza as Marina, Sasheer Zamata as Denise in lead roles along with supporting actors JeCobi Swain as Kelvin and Jordyn Curet as Shamiah. The show has three seasons that can be streamed on ABC, Lionsgate, and Amazon Prime Video.
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