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Season Two of Comedy ‘Chad’ Pulled by TBS

The Nasim Pedrad Entry is the Latest Programming Casualty in the WarnerMedia-Discovery Merger

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Season two of comedy “Chad” from Nasim Pedrad was pulled by TBS right before it was scheduled to open on July 11. This is now the TBS casualty of the WarnerMedia-Discovery merger following previously announced Damon Wayans comedy “Kill the Orange Bear” and the reality series “The Big D,” was was also scrapped ahead of its premiere.

“As we continue to assess content and implement a new strategy for our network, we can now share that season two of ‘Chad’ will not air on TBS,” a network spokesperson said in a statement. “We are proactively exploring various options to find the right home for it. We celebrate and thank Nasim Pedrad, the passionate creator, executive producer and star of the series, for sharing a bold, unexpected coming of age story with heart and humor.”

Earlier, TBS canned comedy “The Last O.G.” in April, while sister cable network TNT announced the upcoming fourth season of drama “Snowpiercer” would be its last.