After the third season premiered last month, Max decided not to renew the comedy series creators Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider The other two for a fourth season. The cancellation comes following the release of the show’s series finale episode, titled Brooke & Cary & Curtis & Lance, which is available to stream now on Max.
“It’s bittersweet to say goodbye to the Dubek family after three seasons, but we always knew, both creatively and personally, that we wanted to end their stories here,” Kelly and Schneider said in a joint statement (via diversity). “And since we literally have no way of humiliating Drew Tarver, what’s the point?
We are deeply grateful to everyone (gay people) who watched the show, Max for giving us a second home and life, and our writers, producers and crew who put so much time, talent and passion into this show have stuck the last 45 years. And finally a huge thank you to Heléne, Drew, Molly, Case, Wanda, Josh, Brandon and everyone in our brilliant cast (besides Ken) who made this show better than it was meant to be and who we will be too I miss it awful (especially Ken). Long live ChaseDreams. #chasedreams #globsaregay #feet.”
Who is the cast of the other two?
“The Other Two” was created, written and directed by Saturday Night Live veterans Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider. It starred Drew Tarver as Cary, Heléne Yorke as Brooke, Molly Shannon as Pat, Ken Marino as Streeter, Case Walker as Chase, Josh Segarra as Lance, Wanda Sykes as Shuli and Brandon Scott Jones as Curtis.
Season 3 also starred alongside Richard as guest stars Simu Liu, Fin Argus, Ann Dowd, Edie Falco, Ben Platt, Dylan O’Brien, Lukas Gage, Kiernan Shipka, Lawrence O’Donnell, Spike Einbinder, Andrea Boehlke and Dana Delany Kind, Kate Berlant, Jimmy Fowlie, Alison Rich, Ali Ahn and Marcia DeBonis.
Kelly, Schneider, Lorne Michaels, Andrew Singer and Blair Breard served as executive producers. Producers were Micah Frank, Eddie Michaels, Ally Engelberg, Marc Lieberman and Gwen Bialic.