Netflix Uncoupled coasted along reasonably well during its first-season run on NBC. It had a strong fan following that tracked the show across Netflix. Unfortunately, the run ended on July 29, 2022, when it aired Season One which was also its finale.
Why was the drama cancelled?
Unsurprisingly, declining ratings factored into the show’s cancellation. The series starring Neil Patrick Harris was barely registered on Netflix’s Top 10 rankings. Only once, it was seen at No.6 following its release on July 29.
Know About The Cast of Highly Anticipated Romantic Series
The irony of Uncoupled being cancelled due to weak ratings is that it has been wonderfully done on Netflix since its first season hit the streamer in July end in 2022. Also, the series’ cast has done a wonderful job to entertain us. Talking about the cast, here’s a list of the cast featured in the series,
- Neil Patrick Harris as Michael Lawson
- Tisha Campbell as Suzanne
- Emerson Brooks as Billy
- Brooks Ashmanskas as Stanley
- Marcia Gay Harden as Claire
- Tuc Watkins as Colin
- Colin Hanlon as Jonathan Stein
- Jonah Platt as Horst
- Jhulenty Delossantos as Luis
- Jay Santiago as Freddy
- April Ortiz as Teresa
- Ajay Naidu as Raffi
- David A. Gregory as Corey
- Dan Amboyer as Luke
- Denny Dillon as Gina
- Jonathan Strait as George Hill
- Rob Kellogg as Harrison
- Alexis Bronkovic as Layla
- Jordyn Owens as Trey
- Joti Patel as Stephanie
- Kyle Dunn as Friedrich
- Phyllis Johnson as Nia
Meanwhile, Netflix has renewed many series for its next season which has been enormously loved by the audience. Further, the list of renewed shows includes Bridgerton, Elite, Emily in Paris, The Witcher, Ginny & Georgia, The Sandman, ‘Sex Education, Wednesday, The Class, and several others.
1. Will Uncoupled get its second season?
Unfortunately, Netflix has announced that the romantic series will not renew for its second season. Nevertheless, you can watch Uncoupled on Netflix.
2. Why did Netflix cancel Uncoupled Season 2?
Uncoupled got cancelled after low viewership and declining ratings.