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Matt LeBlanc’s latest show ‘Man with a Plan’ cancelled

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Ever famous TV show Friends most loved character Matt LeBlanc has been a part of CBS show recently, ‘Man With A Plan’. CBS is the home network for the show in the US. And CBS has been deciding on renewing or canceling its’ many shows. Matt LeBlanc’s “Man With A Plan” is the only returning show not picked up for renewals by CBS, Deadline reports.

About the show

The show sees Matty play the role of a stay at home dad. He is a contractor by profession in the show. But decides to spend more time at home with the kids when his wife resumes her work at the office. As expected, he soon realizes that parenting is the toughest job for anyone out there. And through a series of challenges posed by each of his kids, he emerges victorious.

The sitcom has run successfully both in the US and in the UK for four seasons. CBS is the parent network in US and Channel 4 in the UK.

Other CBS shows facing the fall

CBS has also called it quits for few other relatively new shows. Namely police drama Tommy, medical sitcom Carol’s Second Act and comedy Broke. All these shows have run for one season but won’t be coming around for season two on CBS.

Because of the quarantine guidelines and delays in production, another unfortunate news broke. Friends reunion has been postponed to an indefinite date due to coronavirus worldwide lock down. Cast of Friends Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer were about to film a documentary on Friend reunion which was going to be launched on HBO Max this May.

But, due to strict quarantine guidelines, HBO Max is forced to delay its’ production on the documentary for the unforeseeable future.

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