‘Run The Burbs’ Canceled After 3 Seasons

There will not be a fourth season of Canadian comedy Run the Burbs. Co-creator and star Andrew Phung shared the news Thursday on Instagram that CBC has canceled the series after three seasons.

“It is with mixed emotions that we share the news that CBC has decided not to move forward with a fourth season of Run the Burbs,” Phung wrote. “Naturally, we were saddened to hear this, but it’s also offered a chance for us to reflect on the 3 seasons we’ve made.”

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“Making Run the Burbs was an absolute joy and we’re so incredibly proud of what this show has accomplished on and off screen. We’re also excited to have season three gearing up for its premiere on one of the leading networks in the US, and an amazing partner for the show, The CW. We’re also thrilled that audiences can continue to stream seasons one through three on CBC Gem in Canada and that season one and two can be found in the U.S. on Hulu.”

You can read Phung’s entire message below.

The show’s third season finished its run in Canada earlier this month.

The CW picked up Season 2 of the series in October 2023, but pulled it from the schedule a month later. It remained on the CW app and cwtv.com. We hear there is no estimate yet on timing for airing Season 3.

Run the Burbs followed the Phams, a young Vietnamese-South Asian family taking a different approach to living life to the fullest, while changing the way we think about contemporary family values and life in the burbs.

In addition to Phung, the cast included Rahkee Morzaria, Zoriah Wong and Roman Pesino. Phung and Scott Townend served as executive producers.

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