After TNT last month officially axed “Men of a Certain Age,” the executive producers (Mike Royce and star Ray Romano) tried to get another network to pick it up. Fans running an active Facebook page tried to help out.
But Deadline.com said possible networks all said no. The effort has failed.
The drama, which revolves around three middle-aged men struggling with their lives, received great reviews and fervent fans – just not enough fans. Andre Braugher has been nominated twice for Emmys. The show won a Peabody Award this year. But it was the lowest rated of all TNT dramas. And splitting the second season’s 12 episodes into two didn’t help matters.
Here’s the letter the producers posted on the Facebook page:
Sorry I haven’t been in touch. Unfortunately there’s been nothing to report. And at this point, since we want to be straight with you guys,