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Merry Happy Whatever: Season Two? Has the Netflix Series Been Cancelled or Renewed?

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Are Emmy and Matt right for each other? Has the Merry Happy Whatever TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Merry Happy Whatever, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  

What's This TV Show About?

Streaming on the Netflix subscription service, Merry Happy Whatever stars Dennis Quaid, Bridgit Mendler, Brent Morin, Ashley Tisdale, Siobhan Murphy, Adam Rose, Elizabeth Ho, and Hayes MacArthur, with Garcelle Beauvais, Mason Davis, and Lucas Jaye in recurring roles. The first season of this comedic anthology series takes place over 10 days surrounding the Christmas holiday. Don Quinn (Quaid) is the strong-willed patriarch of the Quinn clan and a sheriff in Bucks
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Merry Happy Whatever: Season One Viewer Votes

Will the Quinns have happy holidays in the first season of the Merry Happy Whatever TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Merry Happy Whatever is cancelled or renewed for season two. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the first season episodes of Merry Happy Whatever here.

Streaming on the Netflix subscription service, Merry Happy Whatever stars Dennis Quaid, Bridgit Mendler, Brent Morin, Ashley Tisdale, Siobhan Murphy, Adam Rose, Elizabeth Ho, and Hayes MacArthur, with Garcelle Beauvais, Mason Davis, and Lucas Jaye in recurring roles. The first season of this comedic anthology series takes place over 10 days surrounding the Christmas holiday. Don Quinn (Quaid) is the strong-willed patriarch of the Quinn clan and a
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Merry Happy Whatever

Network: Netflix

Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour)

Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: November 28, 2019 -- present

Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Dennis Quaid, Bridgit Mendler, Brent Morin, Ashley Tisdale, Siobhan Murphy, Adam Rose, Elizabeth Ho, and Hayes MacArthur, with Garcelle Beauvais, Mason Davis, and Lucas Jaye in recurring roles.

TV show description:      

A comedic anthology series, Merry Happy Whatever was created by Tucker Cawley.

The first season takes place over 10 days surrounding the Christmas holiday. Don Quinn (Quaid) is the strong-willed patriarch of the Quinn clan and a sheriff in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He tries to balance the demands of his job and complicated family with the stress of the Christmas season. His youngest daughter, Emmy (Mendler), comes home for the holidays with Matt (Morin), her new boyfriend who's also a struggling musician based
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Netflix's Merry Happy Whatever: Grade the Dennis Quaid Christmas Comedy

Fans of the late NBC comedy Undateable have at least one thing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving: Netflix on Thursday dropped all eight episodes of the new Christmas-themed comedy Merry Happy Whatever, which reunites former castmates Bridgit Mendler and Brent Morin.

Once again, the actors are romantically paired. Mendler plays Emmy Quinn, an L.A.-based financial analyst who brings her boyfriend, struggling musician Matt (Morin), home to meet her tight-knit, Philadelphia-based brood. That includes her hard-to-impress dad, Bucks County sheriff Don (The Parent Trap‘s Dennis Quaid), who takes an immediate disliking to his youngest daughter’s significant other.
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Dennis Quaid Is the Patriarch of a ‘G-Rated Cult’ in Netflix’s ‘Merry Happy Whatever’ Trailer (Video)

Netflix dropped the trailer for its upcoming Christmas-themed series, “Merry Happy Whatever,” on Monday, starring Dennis Quaid as Don Quinn, the father of a family that likes things done their own way during the holiday. Well, his way.

And his way doesn’t seem to include his daughter Emmy’s (Bridgit Mendler) new boyfriend Matt (Brent Morin) who wants to pop the question this Christmas.

Watch the video above, which also features Ashley Tisdale as Emmy’s sister Kayla, who is also not a big fan of Matt. Poor guy, looks like he’s got a rough road ahead this holiday season.

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Here’s the official description for “Merry Happy Whatever,” which launches on Thanksgiving.

Set during the happy but hectic days before and after Christmas, “Merry Happy Whatever” follows Don Quinn (Dennis Quaid), a strong-willed patriarch
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Netflix Unveils Their Holiday Original Programming Guide Including New Movies and Series, as Well as Fan-Favorite Returning Shows

Netflix has rolled out their list of original programming that will be coming our way this holiday season that includes original holiday movies, series, new seasons of returning shows, and all sorts of fun stuff to look forward to. Check out the titles and descriptions below with some great stars and stories for everyone. Look it over, and let us know what you’re looking forward to on the list.

Netflix Films

Holiday in the Wild

Available 11/1/19

Kristin Davis and Rob Lowe star as a Manhattanite and a pilot who rescue an orphaned baby elephant. Far from the modern luxuries of home, Kate thrives amidst majestic animals and scenery. Her love for the new surroundings just might extend to the man who shared her journey.

Let it Snow

Available 11/8/19

When a snowstorm hits a small midwestern town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school seniors find their friendships and love lives colliding.
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TV News Roundup: Netflix Announces Holiday Programming Release Dates

In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix unveiled the premiere dates for its upcoming holiday programming and the CW renewed “The Outpost.”

Dates

Netflix has announced the release dates for all of its upcoming holiday series and films. Beginning Nov. 1, the streaming service will kick off the holiday season with “Holiday in the Wild” starring Kristin Davis and Rob Lowe. Other Netflix original titles include “Let it Snow” starring Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Kiernan Shipka, Odeya Rush, Jacob Batalon, Miles Robbins, Mitchell Hope, Liv Hewson, Anna Akana and Joan Cusack, premiering Nov. 8; “The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 2″ premiering Nov. 8; “Klaus “ starring J.K. Simmons, Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones, Joan Cusack, Norm Macdonald and Will Sasso, premiering Nov. 15; “The Knight Before Christmas” starring Vanessa Hudgens, Josh Whitehouse, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Harry Jarvis, Mimi Gianopulos and Ella Kenion, premiering Nov. 21; “Nailed It! Holiday!: Season 2” premiering Nov. 22; “Super Monsters Save Christmas” premiering Nov.
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Netflix Unwraps Holiday Season Original Programming; Rob Lowe, Kristin Davis, Jason Schwartzman Among Stars

Netflix announced this year’s holiday line-up today, a roster of original programming of Christmas-themed series, films, special episodes and children’s programming.

Here’s the line-up, along with some first-look photos.

Netflix Films

Holiday in the Wild

Available 11/1/19

Kristin Davis and Rob Lowe star as a Manhattanite and a pilot who rescue an orphaned baby elephant. Far from the modern luxuries of home, Kate thrives amidst majestic animals and scenery. Her love for the new surroundings just might extend to the man who shared her journey.

Let it Snow

Available 11/8/19

When a snowstorm hits a small midwestern town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school seniors find their friendships and love lives colliding. Cast includes Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, Liv Hewson, Mitchell Hope, Kiernan Shipka, Jacob Batalon, and Joan Cusack.

Klaus

Available 11/15/19

When Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) distinguishes himself as the postal academy’s worst student, he
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Disjointed: Is the Netflix TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch Is Ruth still living the dream? Has the Disjointed TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Disjointed season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? Streaming on the Netflix paid subscription platform, Disjointed stars Kathy Bates, Dougie Baldwin, Elizabeth Ho, Chris Redd, Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Betsy Sodero, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, and Mae Harrington. This workplace comedy centers on Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Bates), who has long agitated for the legalization of cannabis. After years of advocacy, she is finally the proud proprietor of a Los Angeles-area marijuana dispensary. Ruth's staff
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Disjointed: Season Two Viewer Votes

Does the second season of the Disjointed TV show on Netflix make viewers hungry for more? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether TV shows are cancelled or renewed. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Disjointed season two episodes. We invite you to rate them for us, below. You can vote on season one here. A Netflix comedy, Disjointed stars Kathy Bates, Dougie Baldwin, Elizabeth Ho, Chris Redd, Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Betsy Sodero, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, and Mae Harrington. This workplace sitcom centers on Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Bates), who has long agitated for the legalization of cannabis. After years of advocacy, she is finally the proud proprietor of a Los Angeles-area marijuana
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Disjointed: Season One Viewer Votes

While there's smoke, is there fire in the first season of the Disjointed TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether TV shows are cancelled or renewed. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Disjointed season one episodes. We invite you to rate them for us, below. A Netflix comedy, Disjointed stars Kathy Bates, Dougie Baldwin, Elizabeth Ho, Chris Redd, Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Betsy Sodero, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, and Mae Harrington. This workplace sitcom centers on Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Bates), who has long agitated for the legalization of cannabis. After years of advocacy, she is finally the proud proprietor of a Los Angeles-area marijuana dispensary. Ruth’s staff consists of her
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Elizabeth Ho Cast In ABC’s Justin Noble Comedy Pilot

Disjointed‘s Elizabeth Ho has been cast as a series regular opposite Kat Dennings in ABC's untitled Justin Noble comedy pilot. Written by Noble, the untitled project (formerly known as How May We Hate You?) is based on the book and blog How May We Hate You? The workplace ensemble comedy centers on two guest-services associates at a high-end resort and the co-workers and guests they're stuck with for eight to 16 hours a day. Ho will play Belinda, type-a and…
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Disjointed: Cast and Crew Comment on Netflix Cancellation

As we reported earlier, Netflix has cancelled Disjointed. Now, the cast and crew are sharing their thoughts on the TV series' cancellation.From Chuck Lorre, the comedy centers on Ruth (Kathy Bates), the proud proprietor of a Los Angeles-area marijuana dispensary. The cast also includes Dougie Baldwin, Elizabeth Ho, Chris Redd, Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Betsy Sodero, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, and Mae Harrington.Read More…
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Netflix cancels Disjointed after one season

The Kathy Bates-headlined cannabis comedy Disjointed has been cancelled by Netflix, with the streaming service opting not to renew the workplace sitcom for a second season.

The show sees Bates starring as a lifelong advocate for the legalisation of cannabis who is finally living her dream as the owner of a Los Angeles pot dispensary. Also featuring in the cast are Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Tone Bell, Elizabeth Ho, Dougie Baldwin, Chris Redd, and Betsy Sodaro.

As Deadline notes, this is only the second comedy series from producer Chuck Lorre to last for just a single season after 1992’s Frannie’s Turn. The show originally received a 20-episode straight-to-series order from Netflix, with the second batch of episodes arriving on the streaming platform this past January.

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Disjointed

Network: Netflix. Episodes: 20 (half-hour). Seasons: One. TV show dates: August 25, 2017 — January 12, 2018. Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Kathy Bates, Dougie Baldwin, Elizabeth Ho, Chris Redd, Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Betsy Sodero, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, and Mae Harrington. TV show description: A workplace comedy, the Disjointed TV show centers on Ruth (Bates), who has long agitated for the legalization of cannabis. After years of advocacy, Ruth is finally the proud proprietor of a Los Angeles-are marijuana dispensary. Ruth's son, Travis (Moten), has faith in his mother's business plan. Still, where the future is concerned, this 20-something has even bigger plans. Read More…
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Disjointed: Cancelled by Netflix; No Season Two for Kathy Bates' Pot Comedy

Disjointed has been discontinued. Deadline reports Netflix has cancelled the TV show after only one season.From Chuck Lorre, the comedy centers on Ruth (Kathy Bates), the proud proprietor of a Los Angeles-area marijuana dispensary. The cast also includes Dougie Baldwin, Elizabeth Ho, Chris Redd, Tone Bell, Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Betsy Sodero, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, and Mae Harrington.Read More…
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Exclusive Interview – Early Man composer Tom Howe on composing for television, animation, and his biggest influences

Red Stewart chats with Early Man composer Tom Howe

Tom Howe is an English composer who has been working in the film and television industry since the mid-2000s. Though starting relatively recently, his works have been heard by millions, with British audiences in particular no doubt being familiar with his compositions for programs like Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…, The Lodge, and Paranormal Witness. His latest two musical pieces are for the movies Early Man and Charming, both set to be released in 2018.

Flickering Myth had the privilege of interviewing him, and I in turn had the honor to conduct it. I began by asking Mr. Howe a seemingly straightforward question of what the biggest difference was between composing for a television series versus composing for a movie. “The truth is the difference is becoming less and less,” Howe told me, as the past 10 years or so has seen
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Exclusive Interview – Actress Elizabeth Ho talks about Netflix show Disjointed and working with Kathy Bates

Red Stewart chats with Disjointed star Elizabeth Ho

Elizabeth Ho is an American actress who has been working in the industry since the mid-2000s. She studied acting at the University of Southern California, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in theater, all while working numerous blue collar jobs on the side. Her breakthrough came with the Netflix original show Disjointed, which she currently stars in as Jenny. Flickering Myth managed to get an interview with her, and I in turn had the privilege to conduct it.

Ms. Ho, who goes by Liz, has worked on several different sets over the course of her career, from cable network shows to television movies. I began by asking her how different working on a Netflix show is compared to those other venues.

“I think it really hit me when Kathy Bates said the word ‘f*ck’ on set,” she answered with a laugh.
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Trailer Watch: Kathy Bates Celebrates 420 in “Disjointed” Part 2

“Disjointed”: Robert Voets/Netflix

Ruth’s Alternative Caring is re-opening its doors. A trailer for Part 2 of the marijuana dispensary comedy “Disjointed” has dropped and promises plenty of new cannabis-fueled shenanigans for Ruth (Kathy Bates) and her co-workers — as well as some social commentary.

“I’m getting back to my roots. The whole planet’s gone to hell. I’m pissed off,” longtime legalization advocate Ruth announces. Now that she’s achieved her dream of opening a legit pot business, she’s ready to dive into other causes. According to a list seen in the clip, “Polar Ice Caps/Ice Caps in General” and “Protestant Reformation (Too Late?)” are among the topics she’s most passionate about.

But it’s not like Ruth could ever forget her first love. The trailer also teases one mother of a 420 celebration, complete with singing, dancing, and cannabis leaf-patterned umbrellas. “You don’t
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‘Disjointed’ Trailer: Kathy Bates Lights Up Again in New Season of Netflix’s Stoner Comedy

‘Disjointed’ Trailer: Kathy Bates Lights Up Again in New Season of Netflix’s Stoner Comedy
Pivoting off of the success of the Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda vehicle “Grace and Frankie,” Netflix is filling out its roster of comedies starring beloved older actresses with stoner sitcom “Disjointed.” In it, Kathy Bates plays Ruth a former advocate for legalizing marijuana who opens a dispensary in Los Angeles with the help of her son. The newly released trailer promises plenty of high-induced hijinks, with Ruth parading around in a weed-adorned headdress in an epic 4/20 celebration. “Wet Hot American Summer” star Ken Marino makes a guest appearance in the trailer, although his wig-choice seems questionable at best.

Read More:‘Disjointed’ Review: You Need to Be Stoned to Enjoy Kathy Bates’ Netflix Comedy, and That’s Not High Praise

In part two of the 20-episode series, Ruth’s Alternative Caring has reopened after having been shut down by the DEA, keeping Ruth and her “budtenders” in business. “Disjointed” also stars Chris Redd,
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