A new season of MTV’s popular “JellyFish” comedy series is being canceled after a disastrous first season that had the star’s character frozen to death.
The comedy series, created by the “Parks and Recreation” writer/star Kristen Schaal, was canceled after the season finale last week, but not before the series was canceled in its third season.
“Jeloboy” star Adam Sandler, who also wrote the show, tweeted that the show was cancelled for its first season.
Sandler said in a statement: We had hoped to bring the show to a fresh start this year, and I am devastated to inform you that we will not be returning for the next season of ‘Jelobs’.
This decision was not made lightly and we would have loved to continue this exciting and fun show as a spinoff.
Sandlers other television credits include the comedy “Adam Ruins Everything” and the animated series “Pixels.”
The cancellation comes a month after the show’s creator, actor Adam Sandlers son, Scott Sandlers, told TMZ that he would not be coming back for the season two finale of the show.
“This is a terrible news,” Scott said.
“The show will go off the rails next season, and it’s not a joke.
I’m just trying to keep this show alive, and that’s what I’m trying to do.”
In a statement on social media, MTV said that the cancellation was a result of scheduling issues and the death of the star, who was killed in January at the age of 37.
The series was created by “Pantsuits” creator and “PARKS & RECREATION” writer Adam Sandelman and stars Adam Sandling, Melissa McCarthy, Zach Galifianakis, and Kate McKinnon.
Sandman, who co-created the show with Sandler with his wife, Amy, died of pancreatic cancer on December 10 at the University of Southern California.
“We are sad to announce the cancellation of ‘The Jelobs Show’ in its current form,” MTV said in the statement.
“Adam and Kristen’s work has been the inspiration for many young writers, actors, and directors and we thank them for their years of creativity, craft, and hard work.
It’s been an honor and privilege to work with them and we wish them nothing but the best.”
The show was first introduced in 2009.
Sandals character was played by Adam Sandberg, and the two would create a comedy that was both funny and serious, often tackling social issues, like the lack of access to reproductive rights, LGBT rights, and police brutality.
The show’s cancellation comes just a week after “Jupiter Ascending” star Johnny Depp canceled his planned visit to MTV for the holiday season.
Depp, who is also the creator of the “Jungle Book” film franchise, tweeted on Friday that he will be “out of the country” next month.
“MTV and the family, they don’t understand how much it means to me.
They don’t care what you have to say or how you feel.
I will not have my children on TV next year,” he tweeted.