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“Fresh Off the Boat” and will be leaving for good next year.
The show — which was the first network TV comedy, in two decades, with focus on an Asian-American family — it will end after its sixth season. The first series was broadcast on the ABC in 2015.
The book is about a family of Taiwanese immigrants in Orlando, Fla., in the mid – ’90s to open a restaurant and raise their three children. It is loosely based on Eddie Huang’s memoir of the same name.
A FINAL SCREEN APPEARS UPSET AFTER ‘FRESH OFF THE BOAT’ HAS BEEN RENEWED FOR A SIXTH SEASON
According to Vulture, ABC sent out a press release on Friday, confirming the news and stating that, in the final, will air on Feb. 21.
Constance Wu and Randall Park in a new episode of ‘Fresh off the Boat.’ (ABC/Mitch Haaseth)
According to the outlet, citing a source in the network, at the height of the cast and crew that would have to be of the order of new episodes for the series, and in the 14th and 15th episodes of Season 6 would be the series finale.
As a result, a classification of soil erosion, ABC will move the show to Tuesday nights in “a new lease on life TGIF block on Friday,” although it has not yet been improved, Vulture told them.
In a statement obtained by People magazine, Karey Burke, the president of ABC Entertainment, said, “We could not be more proud of this game-changing show, and the impact it has had on our cultural landscape. With the success of ‘Fresh off the Boat” helped to pave the way for a recognition in the industry as a whole.”
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Earlier this year, stars in A President is in hot water after they have a negative reaction to the show getting renewed for a sixth season.
At the moment, Wu tweeted she was “literally crying” when the new season was announced. However, she later clarified in a tweet that they will not be upset, as a result of the innovation itself, but because they would have had to give up on a project, and that she was “passionate” about.
I love FOTB, Wu — who portrays Jessica Huang — the book. “I was angry yesterday, not because I hate the show, but [because of] the renovation meant that I had to give up one for another project that I’m really excited about it. So I am afraid of social media, the answers were more about this project, and it is not about the FOTB.”
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ABC’s “Fresh off the Boat” stars Randall Park as Louis Huang, Constance Wu as Jessica Huang, Hudson Yang as Eddie Huang, Ian Chen as Evan Huang, Forrest Wheeler as Emery Huang, and Lucille Soong as Grandma Huang. (ABC/Bob D’amico)
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“I’ve gotten to fully explore my character and I know her like the back of my hand. For example, Jumping is easy and fun and easy to find. I’m going to work with a professional, friendly and enjoyable to cast/crew,” she added. “It makes it a lot of fun – so of course, I don’t hate on a show that is fun and easy, and have fun.”
Fresh off the Boat airs on Fridays at 8:30 p.m. and on the ABC.
Fox News’ Jessica, Florence, and The Associated Press contributed to this report