According to Vulture, sources have confirmed that while hours worth of footage were filmed, network executives were not too thrilled with the final product, which was set to “feature a new cast of fresh, young talent, as well as musical performances by special guests.”
During a recent interview with Crave Online, Damon Wayans Jr. opened up on his involvement with the now defunct project.
“I did a couple of guest spots there,” he admitted. “I don’t know what’s going on with that show but I know that I nailed that s***. I nailed all my parts.”
I’m not going to lie. I’m a tad bit tore up on the inside. I was looking forward to seeing Miss Banita Butrell. lo oh well.