‘Kenan Season 3’ Has Been Cancelled by NBC!

Kenan season 3: The American comedy series Kenan was developed by Jackie Clarke and David Caspe. Kenan Thompson plays Kenan Williams, a morning show personality and widower with two daughters, Aubrey (Dani Lane) and Birdie (Dannah Lane). Williams’ attempts to move on from his past are chronicled in the episode, despite the fact that he faces significant opposition from his former father-in-law Rick (Don Johnson) and brother Gary (Jason Ritter) (Chris Redd).

A deep friendship develops between him and his show’s executive producer, Mika (Kimrie Lewis). On February 16, 2021, the series debuted on NBC. The show was given a second season order in April of 2021. Ahead of its regular January 3, 2022 broadcast date, the second season debuted on December 15, 2021. The show was canceled in May of 2022, following two seasons.

Thompson was recognized for his performance on the show with a 2021 Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.

NBC has canceled “Kenan” after two seasons

The NBC comedy series “Kenan,” starring Kenan Thompson, has been canceled after two seasons, as reported by Rumors.

“Kenan,” starring Thompson and produced by “SNL” showrunner Lorne Michaels, centers on single father Kenan Williams (Thompson), who has a high-profile job as the host of the Atlanta morning show “Wake Up With Kenan!” He is also a father to two lovely preteen girls, Aubrey (Danielle Lane) who is far too intelligent for her own good, and Birdie (who is both silly and unpredictable) (Dannah Lane).

Kenan’s brother/manager/roommate Gary (Chris Redd), Kenan’s colorful coworkers, and his live-in father-in-law Rick (Don Johnson) all have strong opinions on the best way for him to live his life as he moves on from the loss of his wife a year earlier.

In addition to Kimrie Lewis and Taylor Louderman, “Kenan” also stars Lea Thompson, Dani, Dannah Lane, Don Johnson, and Paul Rudd. Based on Nielsen’s “most current” ratings, which factor in a week of delayed viewing when available, “Kenan” has averaged a 0.4 rating among adults 18-49 and 2.4 million total viewers throughout its second season.

Jackie Clarke and David Caspe are the brains behind the “Kenan” show. Executive producers include Michaels, Thompson, Andrew Singer, Caspe, Kenny Smith Jr., Lisa Muse Bryant, and Bryan Tucke. This program is a production of Universal Television and Michaels’ Broadway Video.

NBC’s termination of “Kenan” comes in the midst of the network’s preparations for its New York City upfronts presentation to advertisers on May 16. The autumn lineup of returning comedies and dramas, as well as the newly scheduled shows like the “Quantum Leap” sequel and the comedy “Lopez vs. Lopez,” will be announced at that time by the broadcast network.

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When will Season 3 of “Kenan” premiere?

Even though Kenan Season 2’s final two episodes haven’t yet aired, we wanted to see if he had mentioned anything about a potential Kenan Season 3 on his Instagram. As of the 31st of January, there has been no confirmation of a Season 3 renewal, either from the man himself or from NBC. Fan of Kenan, don’t freak out just yet! Kenan’s debut season was NBC’s fourth-best digital comedy premiere, per a Deadline report. Similar data suggests that 7.4 million people saw Kenan’s pilot.

We have little doubt that NBC will renew Kenan for a third season if the program has continued to receive generally excellent ratings like its first. The renewal status is currently unknown. Season 2 was renewed by NBC shortly after the conclusion of Season 1, so here’s hoping for more good renewal news from NBC in the future.


TVLine’s rating report for the week of January 18 stated that the most recent episodes of Kenan drew an average of roughly 1.5 million viewers. The article stated that Kenan’s numbers “lost some viewers [but] kept] constant in the demo,” meaning that the show’s target demographic has not changed.

Where can I stream Seasons 1 and 2 of ‘Kenan’?

While we all wait for word about Season 3, are you in the mood for a Kenan rewatch marathon of seasons one and two? What you need to do is described below. Tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC, you can catch the season two finale of Kenan. If you have a Peacock membership, you can watch both seasons of Kenan every other week. When do you plan on watching?

You can catch Kenan on NBC every Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m.

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