American comedy series I’m Dying Up Here has been cancelled at Showtime after two seasons. Sources indicate that there are no plans for a Season Three.
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I’m Dying Up Here is an American comedy-drama television series created by David Flebotte. The pilot was written by Flebotte and directed by Jonathan Levine. It premiered on Showtime on June 4, 2017. The series is executive produced by Flebotte, Jim Carrey, Michael Aguilar, and Christina Wayne. It was announced on January 12, 2016, that Showtime had ordered the pilot to series based on the bestselling book by William Knoedelseder. On September 8, 2017, Showtime renewed the series for a 10-episode second season. The second season premiered on May 6, 2018. On September 28, 2018, it was announced that Showtime had canceled the series.
I’m Dying Up Here explores the Los Angeles stand-up scene of the early 1970s as a group of young comedians attempt to become successful at Goldie’s comedy club and potentially gain a shot on Johnny Carson’s ‘Tonight Show’. Club owner Goldie mentors the young comics with a combination of toughness and encouragement in order to further their chances at success. The show focuses on the daily struggles and successes of both Goldie and the comics.