Liza on Demand, the half-hour scripted comedy series created by and starring Liza Koshy, is to end with its upcoming third season.
The move means that YouTube will wave goodbye to its last scripted series after pivoting away from the genre and focusing on unscripted programming instead.
The third season of Liza on Demand, which is produced by Above Average, will premiere later this year. It will follow the chaotic misadventures of Liza (Koshy) and her roommates/best friends, Harlow (Kimiko Glenn) and Oliver (Travis Coles), as they wade through the highs and lows of their 20s.
It is exec produced by Koshy, Courtney Carter, Deborah Kaplan, Harry Elfont, Marc Lieberman, Ally Engelberg, Caroline Miller and Elliot Glazer.
The third season of the show, which was originally renewed for its third run in January 2020, had been delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
It marks the last original scripted series still on the books at YouTube after Cobra Kai moved to Netflix, Step Up moved to Starz and Kirsten Dunst’s On Becoming A God In Central Florida moved to Showtime for one season and the cancelation of Doug Liman’s Impulse.