Amazon does not see the future .
Retail giant/streamer has opted to cancel about three coming-of-age comedy – some roommates on the autism spectrum a season later. An Amazon representative declined to comment on the decision.
This series comes from the creators of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood Jason Katims and explored a theme as his son close to his heart – who also inspired a character in Parenthood – is autistic. Rick Glassman, Sue Ann Pien and Albert Rutecki, are all in the spectrum , starring as the three central roommates, while Sosie Bacon plays their assistant. Joe Mantegna also starred.
Katimus, who wrote the pilot, serves as showrunner and executive, along with his True Jack hats, Jenny Mullein and Dana Stern. Based on the Israeli format On the Spectrum , this half-hour comedy was created by Dana Idisis and Yuval Shafferman . That series won multiple awards there, including best drama.
as we can see is a co-production between Amazon Studio and Universal Television. Katims and his True Jack banner previously worked at the latter company before transferring his overall deal to Apple last year. The project reunites Katims with Amazon Studios head Jennifer Salke, with whom he has worked on multiple series including FNL, Parenthood and About a Boy During tenure at NBC. As we can see started as early as when Salke took over 90 Amazon Work Pilot.
The series concluded its eight-episode season in January. 20 , currently earning a 90 percentile rating among critics and 2019 Fresh Certification*) Percentage Score from Rotten Tomatoes Viewers. In his review , THR Chief Television Critic Daniel Fienberg said As we’ve seen “A mixture of heartfelt tears and laughter.”
As far as he is concerned, Card Tims next hasDear Edward based on the book of the same name, is working at Apple, and has recently moved his overall deal with FNL Producers Imagine Television reunites. Amazon decides to cancel As We See It after a single season as the e-commerce giant recently ended its expected Lord’s ring in the first season of five seasons. Estimated $1 billion for the first season, including rights, production and marketing, etc.