Duncanville will end its run after three seasons. Amy Poehler served as Executive Producer on Duncanville and starred in the show as Duncan, an ordinary 15-year-old with a wild imagination who has his sights set on the freedom of adulthood.
Fox confirmed Thursday that the show would not be returning for a fourth season. “Mike Scully, Julie Thacker Scully and Amy Poehler delivered a unique animated family comedy with a distinctive voice and perspective of which we are proud,” said a Fox spokesman. “But we can confirm that this season will be Fox’s last.” We look forward to the opportunity to work with Amy, Mike and Julie in the future.
Also on the show, Poehler voices Duncan’s mother, Annie, and Yy Burrell voices Duncan’s father, Jacl. The series also includes the voices of Riki Lindhome as Duncan’s 12-year-old sister, Kimberly; Rashida Jones as Mia, Duncan’s recurring crush; Wiz Khalifa as Mr. Mitch, the well-loved teacher/counselor, occasional fitness trainer and school nurse; Joy Osmanski as Jing, Duncan’s six-year-old sister; and Betsy Sodaro, Yasser Lester, and Zach Cherry as his friends Bex, Yangzi, and Wolf.
Duncanville is produced by 20th Television Animation, Universal Television and Fox Entertainment. Dave Becky is executive producer alongside co-creators Poehler, Scully and Thacker Scully. It is animated by Bento Box Entertainment.
The end of Duncanville comes as Fox prepares a series of new animated comedies, including Krapopolis and Grimsburg. The network also airs the recurring series The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, The Great North, Housebroken, and Family Guy.
https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/duncanville-canceled-fox-amy-poehler-1235307505/ Fox is canceling Amy Poehler’s Duncanville animated series