Bravo has opted to cancel comedy Odd Mom Out after three seasons, series creator Jill Kargman confirmed on Twitter today.
— Jill Kargman (@jillkargman) October 5, 2017
From best-selling author Kargman, Odd Mom Out follows Jill Weber (Kargman), a mother of three living in the Upper East Side who rebels against the social mores of her homogenized community. The series followed Jill’s attempts to raise her children with a sense of humanity and normalcy in a place defined by superficiality and materialism, as well as her consistent clashing with vapid sister-in-law Brooke and close friendship with surgeon Vanessa.
In addition to Kargman, Odd Mom Out starred Andy Buckley (The Lying Game), K.K. Glick (Master of None), Sean Kleier (Happyish), Abby Elliott (Saturday Night Live), and Joanna Cassidy (Blade Runner). The show’s cancellation leaves Bravo with only Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, going into its final season, and Imposters in their scripted coffers. A planned limited series centering on Anna Wintour and Tina Brown was recently scrapped, so Bravo might be the next network (a’la MTV, A&E, etc.) to cut down its scripted presence in this increasingly fractured time of Peak TV.
The series finale of Odd Mom Out aired last month on Bravo.