You accepted me with open arms. I didn't much like the show even when Hayes was the costar; it was a lazy premise written with an emphasis on gender stereotypes and blue collar cliches.
Added the 47-year-old actress: "It came at a time when I needed to laugh". Possibly hurting the show was the fact that it was a co-production between Sony and CBS, so negotiations for another season might've taken a turn over a complicated financial arrangement. "I will miss seeing all of you". So thank you all.
"I want to say thank you to all the fans for the love and support", James wrote Saturday.
"I want to say thank you to the incredible cast, crew, producers and the writers of ['Kevin Can Wait']". I wouldn't trade this experience for anything in the world... Thank you to @cbstv and @sony for a great time. The Season 2 finale aired on May 7.
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The Paul Blart: Mall Cop actor opened up about the decision to replace Hayes in an interview with the New York Daily News.
Kevin Can Wait was James' second CBS sitcom-the comedian previously headlined nine seasons of The King of Queens-but the show was riddled with production and casting switch-ups that likely contributed to its demise. So if you didn't get cancelled by CBS today, congratulations. The show's retooling in the form of a cast shakeup after Season 1 wasn't enough to save the sitcom, and the show will end its run on the network at 48 episodes.
"If we got through a second season, I wouldn't see us getting through a third one", he said at the time.