‘Disjointed’ Canceled by Netflix After One Season

Chuck Lorre pot comedy starred Kathy Bates as the owner of a Los Angeles dispensary

Netflix has canceled the Chuck Lorre pot comedy “Disjointed” after one two-part season.

The multi-camera comedy starring Kathy Bates as the owner of a marijuana dispensary was first picked up by the streamer with a 20-episode order, the second half of which was released in January.

Co-written and executive produced by Lorre and “The Daily Show” alum David Javerbaum, the series centered on a lifelong advocate for marijuana legalization who’s finally living her dream as the owner of an L.A.-area cannabis dispensary, along with her three “budtenders,” her twentysomething son and a deeply troubled security guard.

Lorre has one other series in the works at Netflix. Last August, the streamer picked up the single-camera comedy “The Kominsky Method,” starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin. He also has three shows on the air at CBS — “Mom,” “The Big Bang Theory” and spin-off “Young Sheldon.”

News of the “Disjointed” cancellation comes the same day Netflix gave a fifth-season pickup to the Jane Fonda-Lily Tomlin comedy “Grace and Frankie,” and announced a two-part premiere date for “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” Season 4.