Schooled is an American sitcom series. It is a spinoff of the famous series The Goldbergs.
The first season of Schooled aired from January 9, 2019, to May 8, 2019, which consisted of 13 episodes. The show received decent reviews from both critics and the audience.
In May 2019, the show was renewed for another season. Season two of Schooled aired from September 25, 2019, to May 13, 2020. It consisted of 21 episodes.
Unfortunately, there will not be another season of Schooled. ABC has officially canceled the show. This is saddening news for fans. The show was canceled because it did not meet the required ratings or enough viewership. The creator of the show announced that the show is canceled on Twitter. He also thanked ABC, the cast, crew and all his friends and family.
Schooled received an average of a 0.7 demo rating and 3.2 million total viewers in the second season. This is about 29 and a 21 percent reduction from the first season. Out of all the sitcoms that aired on ABC in this TV season, Schooled ranked No. 4 in the demo and sixth in total audience.
Meanwhile, the original series, The Goldbergs is doing great and has been renewed for another season.
About The Show
In this spinoff of The Goldbergs, the story is set the 1990s, where Lainey Lewis returns to Jenkintown after seeing her dreams of rock ‘n roll stardom fizzle out. Unfortunately, her alma mater William Penn Academy’s music teacher is out of his position and Lainey takes the job after hesitation. Rick Mellor is still the school’s coach and gym teacher. John Glascott becomes the principal recently. Earl Ball, the previous principal has moved on to a position in the school board. While finding her way around her job, Lainey butts head with another young teacher, C.B. She also receives advice from her. Wilma Howell is hired to be the school’s biology teacher in season two.
Schooled’s cast included AJ Michalka as Lainey Lewis, who also acts as the narrator; Tim Meadows as Principal John Glascott; Bryan Callen as Coach Rick Mellor; Brett Dier as Charlie “C.B.” Brown; Haneefah Wood as Wilma Howell who was hired in the second season.