Average Joe: Season Two Renewal Announced for Dark Comedy-Drama Series on BET+ – canceled + renewed TV shows, ratings

Average Joe TV Show on BET+: canceled or renewed?

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Average Joe is returning for a second season. BET+ has renewed the dark comedy-drama series starring Deon Cole. The show premiered last summer, and the tenth and final episode of the season was released on August 17th.

Also starring Tammy Townsend, Malcolm Barrett, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams, Michael Trucco, Ashley Olivia Fisher, and Pasha Lychnikoff, the Average Joe series is based on the life of co-creator Robb Cullen. The story follows the life of a blue-collar plumber (Cole) who discovers that his father led a secret life and stole millions of dollars and a car from dangerous people just before he died.

Of the renewal, Cole said in a statement, “Hold on tight, A LOT OF ACTION! This one will be crazy. Let’s go!”

Scott Mills, President and CEO, BET Media Group, added, “We congratulate the amazing writers, cast, crew, and our production partners for creating such a captivating first season. Average Joe is a masterclass in storytelling – a thriller anchored in authenticity, friendships and family drama, spiked with perfectly timed moments of humor – all of which resonated tremendously with viewers. We are excited to see where the second season will take us.”

BET+ revealed the following about the series’ renewal in a press release.

BET+ has renewed its darkly comedic drama series “Average Joe” for a second season.

The series, originally released on June 26, 2023, broke ground for BET+ quickly becoming the #1 scripted drama series on the platform in its debut week.

Inspired by the life of creator Robb Cullen, AVERAGE JOE is a darkly comedic, intense one-hour drama set in “The Hill” district of Pittsburgh. Blue-collar plumber, Joe Washington, discovers his recently deceased father lived a secret second life and stole millions of dollars from dangerous people just before he died. Now those people think Joe knows where the money is. A bloody and violent confrontation triggers a chain of events that force Joe and his close-knit circle of family and friends out of their very average and mundane lives into a life-or-death race against time to find the truth and the millions.

Deon Cole is set to reprise his role as “Joe Washington,” a hard-working blue-collar Steelers fan.

Season one also starred Tammy Townsend, Malcolm Barrett, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams, Michael Trucco, Ashley Olivia Fisher, Pasha Lychnikoff, and Ashani Perkins.

Robb Cullen, McG, Corey Marsh, Mary Viola, and Deb Evans will return to executive produce. Rose Catherine Pinkney will executive produce for BET.

Production for the new season and a premiere will be announced at a later date.

What do you think? Did you watch Average Joe last summer? Do you plan to tune in for season two?

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