NBC comedy series ‘Best Friends Forever’ has been pulled from it’s schedule. The American television show has been created by Lennon Parham and Jessica ST. Clair, which had aired on NBC as a midseason replacement for the 2011–2012 NBC primetime season. It premiered on April 4, 2012, with the pilot episode made available early through Hulu and NBC.com on March 21, 2012.
But now on April 27, 2102 an announcement has been made that the series has been taken out of the “indefinitely”, leaving two of the six filmed episodes left unaired. Parham stated a desire to post the remaining episodes online.
The sitcom – created by and starring Lennon Parham and Jessica St Clair – follows two female friends who share an apartment in Brooklyn. Only four episodes have aired on the network, with the latest installment drawing just 2.65m viewers on April 25.
“BFF Fans: Wanted to let you know that our show is being taken off the air until the summer,” Parham wrote on Twitter: “Hoping to post ep 5 & 6 online asap.”
In a later message to fans, she added:
”I cannot thank you enough for the love and support of our little show. You guys are truly the best.”
It is currently unclear when the final two episodes of Best Friends Forever will air on NBC.