Variety has learnt in an exclusive interview that the Emmy-winning comedy series “A Black Lady Sketch Show” will end after its upcoming fourth season.
In a statement revealing the cancellation, HBO recognized series creator and star Robin Thede as a “visionary comedic talent” and lauded the show’s groundbreaking accomplishments.
Season 4 of A Black Lady Sketch Show was the last season to air on HBO.
Season 4 premiered on April 14, and like previous seasons, it consisted of six episodes of the critically acclaimed sketch comedy series, which has won three Emmys. Showrunner and actress Robin Thede assembled an all-star cast that included Ashley Nicole Black, Gabrielle Dennis, Skye Townsend, Quinta Brunson, and more.
In a statement to Variety, HBO confirmed the show’s cancellation on July 6 and thanked Thede and the creative team. Season 4’s May 19 conclusion was a creative high point for Thede and HBO, so they decided to conclude the show there. “A Black Lady Sketch Show” included up-and-coming Black actors and filmmakers.
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The funny sketches offered a Black woman’s perspective on race relations, the Black church, American culture, and more. Thede not only starred in the show but also ran, produced, and wrote for it.
Season 4 also included Gabrielle Dennis, Skye Townsend, DaMya Gurley, Tamara Jade, and Angel Laketa Moore, in addition to series regular Thede. Ex-members of the cast include “Abbot Elementary” superstar Quinta Brunson, “Ted Lasso” creator Ashley Nicole Black, and “Ted” actress Laci Mosley.
Where can we watch all four seasons of ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’?
The whole four-season run of A Black Lady Sketch Show is available for streaming on Max. Meanwhile, more content from Robin Thede is on the way to Max subscribers. She is now developing Disengagement, a half-hour comedic series for Max at Warner Bros. Television to satisfy fans.
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