Amazon Studios has canceled the series One Mississippi, I Love Dick and Jean Claude Van Johnson, according to THR. "I Love Dick, ' from Jill Soloway, debuted in May, but did not receive the critical or national-media attention that Soloway's groundbreaking Amazon original 'Transparent" earned.
The report notes that all of the shows were developed under Price, who got the boot a year ago following a sexual harassment investigation. The disgraced comedian was an executive producer on the series (in name only). Despite a big-name cast led by Kevin Bacon, the series did not connect with audiences the way Transparent has.
Jean-Claude Van Johnson, created by Dave Callaham and starring Jean-Claude Van Damme centered around retired martial arts and action movie star Van Damme playing himself, who returns to a life as a private undercover agent. The series ran for two seasons.
Because Amazon doesn't release ratings, we don't know how well these shows were actually doing.
Meanwhile, Amazon retains the comedies Catastrophe, Transparent, Fleabag, and The Tick, as well as the delightful Golden Globe victor and new critical darling, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel from Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino.
Projects now in development include an overall deal with "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman and a series based on J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings".
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