Hulu has canceled their original series Difficult People, starring Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner, after three seasons, according to THR.
In Difficult People Season 3, Billy (Billy Eichner) finally meets his romantic match with Todd (John Cho), his first real boyfriend – an advertising executive who’s as much of a dick as Billy and Julie (Julie Klausner). Billy and Todd connect after neither of them backs down from a prank war, and Season 3 follows the pair as Billy has to navigate “couple” things, having only had Julie as a soul mate previously.
Difficult People stars Julie Klausner as Julie, Billy Eichner as Billy, Andrea Martin as Marilyn, James Urbaniak as Arthur, and Cole Escola as Matthew with Gabourey Sidibe as Denise, Derrick Baskin as Nate and Shakina Nayfack as Lola.
Difficult People is created and executive produced by Julie Klausner. Executive Producers also include Amy Poehler (for Paper Kite), Dave Becky (for 3 Arts), Tony Hernandez (for Jax Media), Brooke Posch (for Paper Kite) and showrunner Scott King. The show is produced by Universal Cable Productions.
Billy Eichner is known for his series Billy On the Street with Billy Eichner as well as appearing in What Happens in Vegas, and Sleeping With Other People. He’s set to voice the role of Timon in the upcoming live-action version of Disney’s The Lion King. Julie Klausner, who also created Difficult People is known for her work in Ugly Americans for which she was also a consulting writer. She’s written for shows like Best Week Ever With Paul F. Tompkins, Welcome to Our House and The Big Gay Sketch Show.
The third season of Difficult People consisted of ten episodes and is currently streaming on Hulu.
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