The “Powerless” showrunner, Patrick Schumaker, took it to Twitter last night to reveal that the series has not been canceled.

Previously, it was rumored that NBC is planning to cancel new episodes of “Powerless.” Earlier this month, the network announced that it would be airing the series, with Patrick serving as showrunner. However, it doesn’t mean the show will return next year. Patrick Schumaker says that there will be no episode next year, which means this is the final season.

‘Powerless’ – a television series

“Powerless” is an American comedy series created by Ben Queen, premiered on NBC on February 2, 2017.

The story is inspired by the DC Comics character of the same name.

Earlier this month, NBC pulled the first two episodes from its schedule, with no indication whether they would be rescheduled or not. The story revolves around a working woman, Emily, who served at Wayne Enterprises and is happy in her life. The cast includes Vanessa Hudgens, Danny Pudi, Christina Kirk, Ron Funches, Alan Tudyk, and Jennie Pierson.

In 2016, it was reported that NBC is interested in developing a series with Vanessa Hudgens. After the original pilot was shown at Comic Con 2015, the series received positive reviews from television critics and audiences.

Eric Goldman from IGN praised its story and performance of Vanessa Hudgens.

Sydney Bucksbaum from Nerdist said “Powerless” is all about you.

It is one of the best comedy shows. Rotten Tomatoes reported a 62% critic approval rating based on 43 reviews. On Metacritic, “Powerless” scored 65 out of 100 based on 27 critics.

The first three episodes received negative reviews from critics, which led NBC to cancel the series.

It is a famous American commercial broadcast television network owned by NBCUniversal. The network has its headquarters in New York City, with additional offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, and other parts of the US. Founded in 1926, NBC is best known for “Monitor,” “Home,” “The Tonight Show,” “Today,” “Ethel and Albert,” “Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend,” and “The Eternal Light.”

Programming library

In recent years, the network has produced various in-house programs, including “Crossing Jordan,” “Las Vegas,” “Bonanza,” “Get Smart,” and “Little House on the Prairie.” It has joined hands with National Telefilm Associates to continue developing new programs for the online library.

In addition to television shows, NBC provides video on demand service. Soon, it has plans to develop a website similar to Hulu and Netflix, where “The A-Team,” “30 Rock,” “Charles in Charge,” “Knight Rider,” “Miami Vice,” “Quantum Leap,” “The Office,” and “Simon & Simon” will be available for viewers.