KENAN Thompson rose to fame in the late 1990s on popular shows like Kenan & Kel and Good Burger.

From there, he went on to join Saturday Night Live and launch his own self-titled sitcom on NBC.

Was Kenan canceled by NBC?

Kenan first debuted in 2021 and told the story of a local Atlanta TV personality and single father who was trying to balance his career with raising two daughters.

Despite its popularity, the show was ultimately axed by NBC after two seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

After the news started to spread, many fans took to Twitter to express their opinions on NBC's decision.

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"Wait what!!!!! #Kenan and #MrMayor canceled on NBC. Come on those two shows are great and funny. This is stupid. WTF #NBC," one user wrote.

"Wow…why does Kenan have to get canceled?! That’s bullshii," another added.

NBC's Mr. Mayer and The Endgame were also canceled.

What shows were renewed by NBC?

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While it may seem like NBC is getting rid of a lot of popular shows, several others made the cut and will be renewed.

Some of the shows sticking around include:

  • The Blacklist
  • Law & Order: Specials Victims Unit
  • Law & Order: Organized Crime
  • New Amsterdam
  • LaBrea
  • Chicago Fire
  • Chicago Med
  • Chicago PD

Joining the already-established hits will also be a Quantum Leap reboot, Nightcourt, and Lopez vs. Lopez.

Who starred in Kenan?

Kenan was led by Thompson who portrayed the role of Kenan Williams.

Other stars included Chris Redd as Gary Williams, Kimrie Lewis as Mika, Dani Lane as Aubrey Williams, and Dannah Lane as Bridget Williams.

Don Johnson, Taylor Louderman, Jess Lewis, and Fortune Feimster also starred in the series.

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