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Mark Hamill Reacts to ‘American Auto’ Cancellation: ‘HORRIBLE News’

Mark Hamill Reacts to ‘American Auto’ Cancellation: ‘HORRIBLE News’

Actor and “American Auto” fan Marc Hamil wonders why every show he loves seems to be canceled and fans can’t help but feel the same way!

The ‘Star Wars’ alum took to Twitter to share his disappointment at news of the NBC comedy ‘American Auto’ starring the ‘Saturday Night Live’ alum. Ana Gasteyer was canceled after its second season.

NBC comedy ‘American Auto’ won’t return for a third season

On Friday, Deadline took to Twitter to announce that the NBC comedy “American Auto” will not be returning for a third season. The series was created and executive produced by Justin Spitzer, who created the popular comedy series “Superstore.”

“Superstore” ran for six seasons after its November 2015 premiere and featured a series of employees at a fictional megastore called “Cloud 9.”

American Auto Cast Photo
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“American Auto” focused on executives and employees who worked at a major auto company in Detroit. Gasteyer played new CEO Katherine Hastings, who knew nothing about cars when she agreed to take the job.

The first episode of the workplace comedy premiered on December 13, 2021 and was later renewed for a second season. Unfortunately for fans, he won’t be returning for a third.

Ana Gasteyer reacts to the cancellation: “I absolutely loved this opportunity”

Early Saturday morning, the 56-year-old actress retweeted news of Deadline’s cancellation on Twitter. “I absolutely loved this opportunity – everyone on the creative team, writers, crew and of course the ensemble worked magic. I’m lucky,” she said. tweeted, closing his message with a red heart emoji.

Writer Saloni Gajjar commented, “Hate this news! everyone deserves more seasons of this show, sorry to see it go.

Gasteyer replied, “Thank you for all the support you have given us!”

Mark Hamill Reacts to ‘American Auto’ Cancellation: ‘Everything I Love Is Cancelled’

Later Saturday morning, the “Fall of the House of Usher” actor took to Twitter to retweet Ana Gasteyer’s tweet confirming that “American Auto” had indeed been canceled and would not be returning for a third season.

“HORRIBLE news! One of my favorite comedies in years was smart, well written and expertly performed by a brilliant ensemble cast,” he tweeted. “Oh- one more thing: it was still VERY FUN. Fingers crossed it’s picked up somewhere else like Brooklyn 99 & Taxi. Hamill closed his tweet with the hashtag ‘Everything I love is cancelled’.

Cast of Ana Gasteyer and American Auto
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Fans agreed with ‘The Machine’ actor that the show was canceled too quickly. “So do we. They expect immediate success. If it doesn’t get the grades they were hoping for fast enough, and it’s not financially productive to hit the targets. They’re canceled. Sad , they can’t give shows more time to grow on viewers. [are] canceled too quickly,” one fan commented.

“I absolutely have to come back to this one. I was distracted by so many falls at once. I feel like we have so much solid content that a lot of it gets axed too soon due to programming overflow across different platforms,” another follower shared.

Ana Gasteyer on the set of American Auto
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Several users have actually expressed interest in watching the show, claiming that they have never even heard of it. “Sounds like the kind of show I would have liked, but I’ve never even heard of it. It looks like they didn’t do a very good job of marketing which would be NBC’s fault,” another fan added.

Luckily for fans of Justin Spitzer, his new show, “St. Denis Medical,” has received a series order from NBC and is set to debut next season. Fans interested in watching the first two seasons of “American Auto” can stream it on Peacock.

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