The American comedy sitcom, How We Roll is now on our radar. Fans have loved to see comedy sitcoms, and one of the comedy sitcoms is How We Roll. It is based on the life story of bowler Thomas Smallwood. There is just only one season of How We Roll. After the first season, fans are demanding the second season of the show. But, will fans are getting the second season of How We Roll? Continue reading to know more about How We Roll season 2.
Fans have loved the first season of the comedy sitcom, as the debut season was released on March 31, 2022, and the first season of How We Roll got 11 episodes. The debut season of the show got a marginal IMDB rating of 5.3 out of 10 and a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 67%. As many fans loved the show, and those fans were demanded for the second season. Are they getting the second season? Unfortunately, the fans who loved the series How We Roll and hope for the second season should stop their hope as the comedy series How We Roll is now canceled by the CBS network. But, why did the show got canceled? Here’s everything you should know about the show’s cancellation. All the episodes of the first season of How We Roll are now streaming on Paramount+.
Is the show How We Roll Season 2 canceled?
The show How We Roll was loved by many fans, as many fans also didn’t love the show. This show is based on the bowler Thomas Smallwood. Now many fans wanted How We Roll Season 2. But, those who loved the show, now forget about the season of the show as the show is now canceled. The show was canceled on May 12th, 2022. There is no potential coming back of the series, if the show got more seasons and episodes then it got a chance to increase its fan base.
Why did the series How We Roll got canceled?
How We Roll is an American comedy sitcom, and the show is canceled after one season. However, for every decision, there is a reason, and there is also some reason for the cancellation of How We Roll. In the first half of 2022, many networks decided to cancel the sitcoms and that path was also followed by CBS, as the network CBS many TV series was canceled for many reasons. And, How We Roll is also on this cancellation list, as the series had some potential to build up its story and character arcs. It was told that the viewership problem led to cancel the comedy sitcom. As the show started it got a brilliant start, it got a show opening viewership of 4.1 million making it the second most-watched comedy series premiere in fast affiliates for the year 2021 to 2022. After that, the show performs mediocre. These are the reasons, that the series How We Roll was not renewed.
What would be the plot of How We Roll Season 2?
As the series got canceled, so there is no question about the plot of How We Roll Season 2. If the show got renewed fans could explore more about the life of Thomas Smallwood. The fans could also have much comedy and many things, as the first season of the show, didn’t step up as was expected but the series had the potential to improve themselves and make the story better. However, the official synopsis of the show tells that when Tom’s mentor and coach, Archie, suffers a heart attack just before the competition. Tom struggles with the decision to leave his coach and mentor Archie leave him in the hospital and compete in the biggest tournament of his career.
The Cast of How We Roll
- Pete Holmes as Tom Smallwood.
- Chi McBride as Archie Betts.
- Katie Lowes as Jen Smallwood.
- Julie White as Helen Smallwood.
- Mason Wells as Sam Smallwood.
- Tahj Mowry as Lew.
- Rondi Reed as Ruth.
- Judi Kain as Mimi.
- Amanda Perez as Tia.
- Matt McCarthy as Carl.
Many fans were waiting for the second season of the comedy sitcom How We Roll. Now, they have to stop their wait as the show is not going to come again because the show How We Roll is now canceled by CBS. There are many reasons for the cancellation of the sitcom. Fans were quite sure that the show has the potential to improve themselves. But, that chance is not going to happen as the show is canceled. All the episodes of season one of How We Roll are now streaming at Paramount+.
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