Katy Keene has been canceled by its network, The CW after one season according to Deadline. The Riverdale spinoff is planning to run on a different network as Warner Bros. Television begins to seek potential networks for the series to continue its second season.
— Katy Keene (@CWKatyKeene) July 2, 2020
The drama comedy was co-created by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Big Love) as well as Michael Grassi (Riverdale). Katy Keene has become currently CW’s only cancellation. The network has recently renewed Batwoman and Nancy Drew back in January after their first seasons via Entertainment Weekly.
The series sets in New York City, following Katy Keene, played by Lucy Hale, as she gets to know new roommate Josie McCoy. Tied to the CW hit Riverdale, Katy Keene features past Riverdale lead Ashleigh Murray as Josie. Katy Keene takes place around five years following the unfolding of events of lighthouse in the series Riverdale.
Katy Keene had started streaming on HBO Max and a new WarnerMedia streaming platform has the potential for the show to move to.
You can catch up with season one of Katy Keene on The CW streaming site.