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The Carmichael Show Canceled by NBC

The Carmichael Show will be no more once the show’s current season wraps later this summer. NBC and producer 20th Century Fox TV confirmed the end of the series Friday afternoon after series star and creator Jerrod Carmichael issued a statement to Deadline that he was moving on, suggesting (though not ... More »
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