You may want to take a seat for this one, Playing House fans: The show isn’t coming back for another season.
On Monday (Oct. 30), the series’ creators and stars Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham announced that USA Network has canceled Playing House ahead of its fourth season. The news is bittersweet for fans who’ve been following the comedy about two BFFs since 2014.
“We have really sad news, we’re not going to cry. Guys, Playing House is not coming back for season 4,” Jessica St. Clair, who played Emma Crawford, said in the announcement. “We had three beautiful seasons, and we just wanted to thank you guys,” Lennon Parham, who played Maggie Caruso, adds.
St. Claire also offered her heartfelt gratitude to fans.
“We’re so thankful for all of you guys,” St. Clair says. “You made it possible for us to tell the story we were always meant to tell.”
Luckily for fans, the actors made it clear that they plan on having new stories to tell soon. The duo added that they already have some new ideas “cooking,” so hopefully the duo will be back in front of the camera again soon.
The same day that St. Clair and Parham said goodbye to their fans on social media, Universal Cable Productions and USA Network released a joint statement, reported by TV Line, saying that they “want to thank Jessica, Lennon and the entire cast and crew of Playing House for being amazing partners for three incredible, hilarious seasons… It was an honor and privilege to be part of this best friendship. Once a Jammer, always a Jammer.”
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