‘Perfect Harmony’ Cast Reacts to Cancellation After One Season

Perfect Harmony Canceled Cast Reaction
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Perfect Harmony will not be returning for a second season, and the cast is lamenting the news on social media.

“My heart really hurts. We had an incredible female show runner, an incredibly talented and diverse cast, and an incredibly talented and diverse writers room,” Anna Camp, who played Ginny, wrote on Instagram after the news broke Wednesday.

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Rizwan Manji, who played Reverend Jax, and Spencer Allport, who played Cash, echoed Camp’s message. Manji noted on Instagram that, in addition to the female showrunner (Lesley Wake Webster), it had “one of the most diverse casts ever, one of the most diverse writers rooms ever, female and diverse directors, [and] cast/crew that gets along and respects one another.”

“I’ve never loved every cast member more and never gotten along so well with everyone on a production. We wanted to show that you can bring people of different backgrounds together through the joy of music and we did,” Camp added in her farewell alongside photos from the show.

Tymberlee Hill, who played Adams, wrote on Twitter that the show wouldn’t be returning on June 4. After thanking the fans, she said, ” I had the time of my life with You.”

“I was so grateful to be included on @PerfectHarmony and sad to see it canceled,” Allport wrote on Twitter, praising everyone who worked on the show.

The NBC comedy followed a former Princeton music professor (Bradley Whitford) who stumbled upon a small-town church choir. It also starred Will Greenberg and Geno Segers.