Last month it was revealed that the comedy series “Reboot”, wouldn’t be returning for a second season, but that the creator, Steve Levitan and 20th Television were trying to find another home for the show.

“Reboot” is about a fictitious cancelled family sitcom from the early 2000s, that is rebooted by Hulu executives and forces its dysfunctional cast back together. Now they must deal with their unresolved issues in today’s fast-changing world.  The series was released as a Hulu Original in the United States and as a Star Original on Disney+ internationally and on Star+ in Latin America.

The scripts of the second season had been finished, and they had been sent to potential buyers, but nothing came of it, which has resulted in the show’s creator Steve Levitan, who also co-created “Modern Family”, took to social media to confirm that the show is now officially done.

Well, that seems to be a wrap on Reboot. Very proud of our amazing cast and crew and what we did together. Thanks to all who watched and said such nice things. Haven’t seen it? Check us out on Hulu if you can find it. #UnintentionalLimitedSeries

There was also a little dig in Steve’s social media post at Hulu over the fact that they’ve not been promoting the show much, and it’s been buried within the streaming service.

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