‘Rosewood’ Canceled After 2 Seasons, Morris Chestnut & Gabrielle Dennis Say Goodbye To Fans

Rosewood canceled after 2 seasons

‘Rosewood’ Canceled By Fox After 2 Seasons

Fox has pulled the plug on their crime drama, “Rosewood,” after 2 seasons.

The series, starring Morris Chestnut, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Gabrielle Dennis, and Lorraine Toussaint started out with a bang and garnered strong ratings for the network, but things changed…

Via Deadline:

But this past fall, Rosewood was moved to Thursdays where it struggled away from Empire’s halo. The series was eventually moved to the low-trafficked Friday night. In its second season, it averaged a very modest 3 million viewers and a 0.7 Live+same day 18-49 rating.

After the news of the cancellation broke, Morris Chestnut and Gabrielle Dennis took to social media to send their farewells and express their gratitude with heartfelt messages.

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