Why was New Girl canceled?

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Created by Elizabeth Meriwether, New Girl premiered on Fox all the way back in 2011.

As reported by IMDb, the series revolves around a high-spirited teacher named Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and her roommates Nick (Jake Johnson), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), and Winston (Lamorne Morris). Jess’ best friend Cece (Hannah Simone) also makes frequent appearances. The main characters are all in their early thirties and living in Los Angeles; the show follows them as they navigate mature relationships and career decisions.

If you love the show, then you know that the series concluded in 2018 after airing for seven seasons. Many people were saddened by the show’s cancellation, and fans might be wondering if there was a reason for it. If you want to know why New Girl ended, then you’ve come to the right place.

Why did New Girl end?

According to ScreenRant, it was originally thought that the sixth season of New Girl would be the last one, so the writers and producers made it so that the season 6 season finale could serve as the finale if need be.

However, series creator Elizabeth Meriwether implored the cast and crew of the series to campaign for a seventh season, and their efforts paid off.

New Girl returned for an eight-episode season that flashed forward three years, allowing fans to see what their favorite characters were up to. It seems that the cancellation of the show was a decision that was made by Fox and not the showrunners.

If you think about it, a lot of great shows don’t get nearly as many seasons as New Girl did. The series had seven years on the air, and the cast and crew made the most of what they were given.

A lot of shows get worse the longer they go on (looking at you, Grey’s Anatomy), but New Girl was great until the end. Fans should just enjoy the seven amazing seasons that they got, instead of wishing for more episodes that might not have been as satisfying.

All seven seasons are currently available on Netflix!

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