Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist: Canceled NBC Series May End With Roku Movie – Canceled + Renewed TV Shows
Zoey Clarke’s story may not be over yet. We talk about it Zoey’s Extraordinary Reading List can be relaunched for a special two hour film.
Originally broadcast on NBC, Zoey’s Extraordinary Reading List stars Jane Levy, Skylar Astin, Alex Newell, John Clarence Stewart, Andrew Leeds, Alice Lee, Michael Thomas Grant, Kapil Talwalkar and Mary Steenburgen. Zoey Clarke (Levy) is a smart computer coder who’s making her way in San Francisco. After an unusual event, Zoey, who has always preferred podcasts to pop songs, suddenly begins to hear the innermost desires, thoughts and desires of those around her – her family, colleagues and complete strangers – at through popular songs..
The second season of Zoey’s Extraordinary Reading List on average a score of 0.35 among 18-49 year olds and 1.82 million viewers. Compared to the first season, it is down 16% in the demo and 9% in audience.
The show went on to become one of the lowest-rated scripted series on NBC and was canceled in June.
Negotiations were underway to relocate by Zoey to the Peacock streaming service for a third and final eight-episode season. Unfortunately, the case did not take place. Lionsgate, which produces the series, reportedly bought the series elsewhere.
Roku, which produces digital and streaming media players, could end up helping by Zoey viewers get some closure. Word is that Lionsgate and Roku are in talks for a two-hour special that would wrap up the series. If things work out, it will likely be released via The Roku Channel during this year’s holiday season. The channel is ad-supported and can be watched for free through Roku devices and in line.
What do you think? Do you like it Zoey’s Extraordinary Reading List TV shows? Would you like to watch a wrap-up movie on the Roku Channel?