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Nickelodeon Cancels Freshman Series How To Rock
It’s a sad time to be a live-action Nickelodeon series. Just two weeks after Victorious was canceled after three seasons, Nick has made the decision to not renew Cymphonique Miller’s How To Rock for a second season, sending it to the grave much earlier than any one involved in its creation would have wanted. Including the end of iCarly, this makes three Nick series that won’t be back next year, which makes me rather sad. But it is what it is and there’s no use worrying about it. After all, it’s not as if Nick didn’t have a perfectly good reason for not renewing How To Rock.
According to Deadline, when How To Rock – based on the novel How to Rock Braces and Glasses by Meg Haston – premiered, it pulled a good-sized crowd of 3.3 million viewers. It stayed steady for quite some time, though recently the numbers have dipped considerably, yet still managing to stay above 2 million. It would seem this drop in viewership was enough to warrant the cancellation, which was announced on the blog of showrunner David Israel, who wrote a post called How To Rock The Future. He explained Nickelodeon not opting for a second season and thanked the cast, crew and fans.
Despite losing three of its shows, Nickelodeon has ordered a smorgasbord of new live-action and animated series and pilots, including two iCarly spinoffs – at least the spirit of that show will live on. How To Rock has only aired 17 of its 26 episodes, but it will continue airing new episodes until its series finale, airing Dec. 8. If you happen to be a fan of the show, I would suggest rallying your friends together and spreading the word about How To Rock. You never know, if you can rouse up a decent audience for Nickelodeon to take notice you might prompt them to rethink their decision of cancellation.