“Rutherford Falls” went into its groove in season 2 and it’s a shame that, unless it ends with a miracle save from another life or streamer, its ongoing storylines won’t be. handle. Season 2 ends with the newly elected mayor Bobbie, Nathan in a mother-daughter love triangle with her doula (who is also his inexplicably crazy fan), and Reagan planning for a new project that meets the needs of single people in the Mineshonka reserve.
It was a real pleasure doing two seasons of “Rutherford Falls.” Mike Schur, Ed Helms and I set out to create something new, real, and clever – but also goofy – that would make you both cry and think, but also laugh when Reagan got kicked in the face or Nathan got kicked in the face. stuffed in the coffin. Borrowing a line from Terry Thomas, played by the incredibly talented Michael Greyeyes, before our show, “The Representative [was]for the most part, is a hate crime. “That’s why we are honored to present the best of India to the masses.
We’re still overwhelmed by the critical response, earning a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score in our second season, and while we’re sad that our time at Peacock is over, we’re incredibly grateful. them for welcoming us and showcasing the talents of comedy legend Ed Helms and breakout stars like Jana Schmieding, Jesse Leigh, Dana Wilson, Dallas Goldtooth, Kaniehtiio Horn, and many more. We love these characters, the world we’ve created and the impact it’s had, and will be exploring other platforms where hopefully the folks at Rutherford Falls can call home.
Both seasons of “Rutherford Falls” can be streamed live on Peacock.
https://www.slashfilm.com/992702/rutherford-falls-has-been-canceled-at-peacock-but-theres-still-hope-for-season-3/ Rutherford Falls has been canceled in Peacock, but there’s still hope for season 3