Keisha Castle-Hughes’ Roadies TV show canned after one season


Keisha Castle-Hughes in Roadies. Photo / Show time

After just one season, Roadies, which starred Kiwi actress Keisha Castle-Hughes, has been canceled.

26 year old man Whale rider The star played “lesbian punk funk” sound engineer Donna Mancini in Cameron Crowe’s (Say anything, almost famous) first television series.

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It was a behind-the-scenes drama, following the team working for a successful rock band, but it never really found its marks, drawing low ratings from viewers and mixed reviews from critics.

Varieties Maureen Ryan wrote that the show “feels like a Spotify playlist looking for a reason to exist.”

The 10-episode season ended in August with the finale drawing just over 500,000 viewers, according to Nielsen’s “Live +3” ratings.

In an online post, Crowe wrote, “Thanks to Showtime and JJ Abrams for the opportunity to make the one and only season of Roadies. My mind always spins from dizzying heights working with this epic cast and crew.

“While there are a thousand more stories we can tell, this race ends with a full 10 hour story of music and love.”

Castle-Hughes took to Twitter to acknowledge the end of Roadies, writing: “My [Roadies] family. I am so proud of what we have accomplished. I love you deeply! Rock on mothers forever ******! “


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