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Rutherford Falls canceled after two seasons

NBCUniversal streaming service Peacock announced its cancellation on Friday. Rutherford Falls 2 seasons later. Rutherford Falls With its strong Native American expressiveness, it became popular among Native Americans.

Jana Schmieding (Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe) plays Reagan Wells. Rutherford Falls With The Office actor Ed Helms.

Peacock has released all eight episodes of . Rutherford FallsSeason 2 June 2022.

Rutherford Falls was created by Navajo writers Sierra Teller Ornelas, Helms and Mike Schur.

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Ornella released the following statement on Friday:

“These two seasons Rutherford Falls. Mike Schur, Ed Helms, and I have created a new, real, smart, new, realistic, smart, and sensible way to make you laugh, not just cry or think, when Reagan is kicked in the face or Nathan is stuffed in a coffin. But started doing something stupid.Before our show — to borrow a line from Terry Thomas, played by the ridiculously talented Michael Greyeyes — “Native expressions [was], is most often a hate crime. That’s why we’re honored to bring the best of Indian Country to the masses.

It continues to be overwhelmed by the critical response, earning a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes in its second season. It’s a pity that our time at Peacock is over, but we are so grateful to them for hosting us and showing us their talent. It stars comedy legend Ed Helms and his breakout stars like Janashmeading, Jessie Lee, Dana Wilson, Dallas Goldtooth, and Kanyeti O’Horn. We love these characters, the world we created, and the impact it has had, and hopefully explore other platforms for the people of Rutherford Falls to call home. “

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