Hypermarket The NBC network does not advance with the announced Bo and Cheyenne spin-off about young parents and married couple played by Johnny Pemberton and Nichole Sakura. As Justin Spitzer’s workplace comedy wrapped up its sixth and final season, which saw the departure of star and executive producer America Ferrera, NBC put the Bo and Cheyenne derivation in scripted development with writers and Hypermarket co-executive producers Bridget Kyle and Vicky Luu. According to Deadline, who broke the news in December, the split would follow the young couple as they “balance their big dreams with the harsh reality of being a working-class family in America.”
Ahead of Hypermarket series finale Thursday, “All Sales Final,” Pemberton appeared to reveal the Bo and Cheyenne The spin-off was dead when he wrote on Instagram that the episode would be “the last appearance of his son, Bo ‘The Truth’ Thompson.” Kyle, Executive Story Editor and Writer at Hypermarket Since its second season in 2016, it confirmed Friday that NBC will not move forward with the spin-off.
“Unfortunately, yesterday NBC notified us that they are not going ahead with the Hypermarket spin-off, “said Kyle Cleveland.com. “Then it will have to live in our hearts and on my hard drive.”
Sakura, a Hypermarket Series regular who played Cheyenne, a sales associate turned floor supervisor for Cloud 9, said TheWrap this week she was “hopeful” Bo and Cheyenne it would move forward with possible appearances by former Cheyenne co-workers.
“We are still waiting to know if that is going to happen or not, but … I have read the pilot script and it is very funny,” Sakura said in an interview published before Hypermarketfarewell in two parts on Thursday. “So hopefully we will make it and we can bring back some of the Hypermarket Cast to get into that and remain part of this same world. I’m only hopeful, but stay tuned. “
“All Sales Final” ended with Cheyenne and his best friend Mateo (Nico Santos), both out of work after the Cloud 9 store closed, hired by former store manager Glenn (Mark McKinney) to work at their Sturgis & Sons. Hypermarket showrunner Gabe Miller said TheWrap that the scene was not related to Bo and Cheyenne, which was still in “the early stages.”
Hypermarket It has been “one of the best experiences of my entire life,” wrote on Instagram Pemberton, who appeared as aspiring rapper Bo in 16 episodes from the show’s first season. “Everyone [on] the show is completely amazing, on and off camera, even Ben Feldman. But I have to give an extra special credit to Nichole Sakura AKA Cheyenne Tyler Lee, for being the meanest bitch in the game for 6 seasons !! “
Sakura also said goodbye to Hypermarket on Instagram, writing: “I will miss it, but the most magical part is that I can visit it again at any time, and so can you.” The six seasons of Hypermarket they are now streaming on Hulu.