Max Cancels Julia Child Series After 2 Seasons

Max Cancels Julia Child Series After 2 Seasons

According to Deadline, Max has opted to not renew its Julia Child-centered comedy drama series for a third season. The cancellation comes after less than a month since Julia Season 2 had concluded its 8-episode run.

“We are so honored to have partnered with Chris Keyser, Daniel Goldfarb and their masterful creative team and dynamic cast, led by Sarah Lancashire, as they cooked up Julia,” a Max representative said in a statement. “Thanks to their beautiful work over two seasons of this heartful, sensual, and inspiring show, we can forever celebrate the incredible legacy of Julia Child.”

Who was involved in Julia?

Inspired by Julia Child’s extraordinary life and her long-running television series, The French Chef, the series starred Sarah Lancashire, David Hyde Pierce, Bebe Neuwirth, Brittany Bradford, Fran Kranz, Fiona Glascott, and Robert Joy. Additional cast included Judith Light, Isabella Rossellini, Tosin Morohunfola, Christian Clemenson, Rachel Bloom, Stockard Channing and Craig Bierko.

Julia was executive produced and created by Daniel Goldfarb, with Chris Keyser as the showrunner. It was executive produced by Keyser, Erwin Stoff, Kimberly Carver, Donna E. Bloom, Charles McDougall, and Erica Lipez, with Todd Schulkin as a consulting producer on behalf of The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts. The project hailed from Lionsgate and 3 Arts Entertainment.

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