CBS canceled both All rise and The Unicorn.
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All rise, which followed an idealistic judge in Los Angeles (played by Simone Missick) and the cases and personal lives of various court characters, was shot in just two seasons, with the second season slated to end later that month. The UnicornWalton Goggins, a recently widowed father trying to re-enter the dating scene, aired his second season finale earlier this year.
While The Unicorn seemed to be a victim of a normal rejection, All rise had some turbulence behind the scenes that affected it throughout its run. The series had left most of the writing staff for the show after season one due to clashes with showrunner Greg Spottiswood over the show’s treatment of race and gender. Spottiswood was fired as a showrunner earlier this year, but the show didn’t seem good enough to continue.
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In addition to the news of the cancellations, CBS announced these comedies United States of AI and B positive were both renewed for the second season. Elsewhere, the company also announced that both Marine special unit and Clarice would switch to Paramount + at the beginning of their next season.