HBO has canceled the Pete Holmes comedy “Crashing” after three seasons, executive producer Judd Apatow said on Thursday.
Apatow broke the news during an appearance on “Conan” Thursday night, and HBO confirmed Friday that it would not move forward with the series.
Created by and starring Pete Holmes, “Crashing” is a semi-autobiographical series which draws on Holmes’ experiences as a man trying to make it in New York City as a stand-up comedian.
The show’s third season, which comes to a close on Sunday, centered on Pete as he made his return to New York City after touring with newfound confidence in his comedic abilities, and a new struggle to balance his old and new selves.
Holmes and Apatow served as executive producers on the series alongside Judah Miller and Igor Srubshchik. The cast includes Lauren Lapkus, George Basil, Jamie Lee, Zach Cherry, Dov Davidoff, Jermaine Fowler, Aparna Nancherla and Madeline Wise.
Holmes tweeted the news on Friday, which you can see below.
Hey everyone, I just wanted to let you know that Crashing has not been picked up for a fourth season. I feel so grateful and so much joy that I got to make this wonderful show with my comedy hero @JuddApatow and the amazing cast, crew and writers. Gratitude and love. Heart emoji!
— Pete Holmes (@peteholmes) March 8, 2019