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‘High Desert’ Canceled at Apple TV+ After One Season – The Hollywood Reporter



The Apple TV+ collection Excessive Desert is not going to be returning for a second season, in response to present lead Patricia Arquette.

The actress, who starred as Peggy, took to Instagram on Saturday to share the information in a video, with the caption, “It stinks.”

“A lot of you have asked about High Desert and if there was going to be a second season, so I just wanted to let you know that we just found out that we won’t be coming back,” Arquette mentioned. “That’s a sad bummer for all of us.”

She went on to specific her appreciation for the present’s writers, actors and your entire crew. “We just had a blast,” she added. “Thanks to you guys for watching. You can’t win them all.”

The comedy follows Peggy, a former addict, who decides to begin a brand new life after the loss of life of her mom and turns into a non-public investigator. The collection additionally stars Brad Garrett, Weruche Opia, Bernadette Peters, Rupert Buddy and Matt Dillon.

Ben Stiller, who served as an govt producer on the collection, additionally wrote on Twitter, “We are all disappointed. Our entire #HighDesert cast was amazing and to all our fans, thank you for embracing this show.”

“I LOVE Patricia Arquette, who gave an awards worthy performance,” he continued. “While we wish @AppleTV had stuck with it, we’re grateful they made it and it is on the service. And unlike other streamers these days I’m told they will not be removing any shows. So you can enjoy the first season in perpetuity. And feel free to let them know you want more!!”

Excessive Desert, which aired its season one finale on June 21, was created by Nancy Fichman, Katie Ford and Jennifer Hoppe.

The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to indicate reps for remark.

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