Apple TV+ cancelled Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s show ‘Mr. Corman‘

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Apple TV+ show ‘Mr. Corman‘ will not be renewed for the second season, Variety reports.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt led the show as Josh Corman, a school teacher who’s trying to figure out what to do with his life after saying goodbye to a music career. The show also starred Arturo Castro, with Debra Winger and Juno Temple.

The show, which Gordon-Levitt created, wrote, executive produce, and starred in premiered in August this year. Last, 10th episode of the first season, which now also served as the series finale aired on October 1. It was one of the first shows that were thrown away by the streamer.

The show received mixed reviews from critics and the audience. With a 6.3 rating on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes 71%. The critical consensus called the show “A slow build that won’t work for everyone”.

Although Mr. Norman is no more, this isn’t the last we see of Gordon-Levitt on Apple TV+. His animated series ‘Wolfboy and the Everything Factory‘ premiered on the streamer last month, with a lot more favorable reviews.

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