‘The Quad’ Canceled At BET After Two Seasons


BET has canceled drama series The Quad less than a week after its second-season finale, a network spokesperson confirmed to Deadline.

Created by Felicia D. Henderson and Charles Holland, The Quad starred Anika Noni Rose as Dr. Eva Fletcher, a newly elected President of the fictional Georgia A&M University. Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Sean Blakemore and Jasmine Guy also starred. The series premiered February 1, 2017 with a two-hour pilot and was renewed for a second season that debuted January 23 and wrapped March 27.

The series dipped in ratings from its first to second season. Season 2 averaged a 0.2 in the adults 18-49 demographic and 553,000 viewers per episode in Live+Same Day according to Nielsen, each metric down around 30% from the first season.

The news follows the cancellation of BET’s signature drama series Being Mary Jane starring Gabrielle Union last fall.

Variety was first to report The Quad’s cancellation.

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2018/04/the-quad-canceled-bet-after-two-seasons-1202360826/