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Apple TV+ Cancels ‘Central Park’ After Three Seasons

The animated musical comedy series following the Tillerman-Hunter family as they save the world’s most famous park will not return to the streamer for a fourth season, says co-creator Josh Gad.

The animated musical comedies series Central Park has been canceled after three seasons at Apple TV+ co-creator Josh Gad has confirmed.

“Sadly, it’s done,” Gad stated on Threads over the weekend.

Created, written, and executive produced by Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard, Josh Gad and Nora Smith, the series follows the Tillerman-Hunter family as they save the world’s most famous park, as narrated by the busker Birdie. The show’s voice cast includes Gad; Tituss Burgess; Daveed Diggs; Kathryn Hahn; Leslie Odom Jr.; Emmy Raver-Lampman; Stanley Tucci; and Kristen Bell.

Since its global debut, the series’ stars, Odom Jr., Burgess, and Tucci have been recognized with Emmy Award nominations and an NAACP Image Award nomination in the Outstanding Animated Series category. All three seasons are currently streaming on Apple TV+.

Bouchard, Gad, and Smith executive produce. Steven Davis and Kelvin Yu serve as showrunners and executive producers. Central Park is produced for Apple by 20th Television Animation, a part of Disney Television Studios.

An official comment has not been made by the creators or Apple TV+.

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