Bravo has canceled comedy “Odd Mom Out.” The series, created by and starring Jill Kargman, will not move ahead with a fourth season.
Kargman announced the cancellation on Instagram Friday, writing, “Alas, all good things must come to an end, including this wacky gang ruining takes with peals of laughter. I’m filled with pure GRATITUDE to @bravotv and my entire @NBC family for giving a 40-year-old mom the insanely incredible opportunity to realize my dream of working in TV and I’m *so* excited for what lies ahead. Thank you to our brilliant Odd Mom Out cast, crew, and devoted fans for three incredible seasons. I love you all so so much.”
The season three finale of “Odd Mom Out” aired Sept. 13. The show’s third season on the NBCUniversal-owned cable channel averaged a 0.19 Nielsen live-plus-same day rating in the 18-49 demo and 517,000 total viewers.
Produced by Left/Right Productions, Jax Media and Piro, “Odd Mom Out” starred Kargman as a quirky wife and mom navigating Manhattan’s Upper East Side.