After only one season, Fox has decided to discontinue its comedy Pivoting as well as Our Kind of People.
The latter is particularly surprising because it was one of Foxs first ever straight-to-series orders. Lee Daniels and Karin Gist had skipped the networks regular pilot season in an attempt to shift away from traditional development methods.
Yaya DaCosta, a single mother who begins a quest to reclaim her mother''s identity after discovering a false truth about her own mothers.
According to Nielsen''s seven-day ratings, Fox created a total of 12 episodes that will air in January. The show, which features also Morris Chestnut and Joe Morton, received mixed reviews and moderate viewership. It averaged just below 2.1 million viewers per episode.
Following an NFL broadcast, Pivoting had a decent premiere, but quickly retreated in the ratings. The comedy series starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Eliza Coupe, and Maggie Q had a hefty audience, with mostly excellent reviews, but ended up reaching only 1.85 million viewers.
Fox will have its upfront presentation on Monday afternoon, before which the network is expected to announce more renewals and series orders. Pivoting and Our Kind of People join the previously canceled The Big Leap in this seasons axed programs. Both live-action dramas Call Me Kat and Welcome to Flatch are still pending a decision as well as animated series Duncanville, Housebroken and veteran dramas 911, 911: Lone Star, and The Resident.
On Hulu, you can stream our kind of people.