9
May
2017

‘Rosewood’ Starring Morris Chestnut Canceled

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'Rosewood' Starring Morris Chestnut Canceled

Morris Chestnut

‘Rosewood’ Starring Morris Chestnut Canceled

Not so good news for fans of Fox’s “Rosewood”. After two seasons, the network has pulled the plug, canceling the medical drama. The show’s star, Morris Chestnut, confirmed the news stating,

I am very grateful about the part that everyone took in Rosewood’s journey, because everyone was truly an integral part; the writers who crafted great story-lines, the actors who brought these stories to life, the production crew who sustained the show’s infrastructure, and the terrific fans who embraced this phenomenon and became just as much a part of Rosewood as anyone else,” Chestnut wrote in a lengthy post. “Fox provided a platform for a show that made strides in diversity and the images it projected, as all-inclusive. We were able to peer into the lives of characters who displayed their hopes, dreams, courage and fears. Rosewood also helped reinforce a newer definition of Family, as a group of people who most care for and support one another. The Rosewood family, itself was an Extremely Special group of people who’ll be friends forever.

Reportedly, the show was canceled due to poor ratings.

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  • Mother Love

    This show was not properly promoted by the stations and studio. Rosewood is a great show and I hope another outlet sees the value in it and continues.

  • Donyell L. James Banks

    They moved it to Fridays which I think was a bad call… We want Rosie back..

  • SwheatPea

    Rosewood is a great show, I was very unhappy when it move to a slot on Friday nights, cause I knew the network would give them the ax. I could have ran as long as any of the other medical shows, CSI, XFiles, Saving Hope & any of the others, if only the network had of allowed it a slot where the viewers could have watched at a reasonable hour. Which may have boosted the ratings… Keeping my fingers crossed Rosie will be back!!!

  • Dennis Frazier

    I think Morris was so precise with his medical analysis, he made it more of a teaching process than actual acting.