‘Flatbush Misdemeanors’ is not renewing for season 3. The second season premiered on June 19, 2022, after a couple of weeks, Showtime confirmed that they are not proceeding with a season 3. The comedy series was created by Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman. The series plot follows Perlman and Iso playing fictionalized versions of themselves: neighborhood best friends and urban millennials hilariously climbing the ladder to nowhere in the irreverent new comedy series Flatbush Misdemeanors. But even inside the losing, Dan and Kevin find there are little wins that come from tackling hipsters, mental health issues, and the rising tide of gentrification.
Showtime confirmed to Deadline in a statement, “Flatbush Misdemeanors will not be moving forward with the third season,” added, “We would like to thank the creators, executive producers, and stars Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman, along with fellow executive producer Keith Heisler, our partners at Avalon, as well as our scene-stealing supporting cast of Kristin Dodson, Hassan Johnson and Kareem Green. We’re very proud to have taken Kevin and Dan’s distinctive shorts and expanded it into two seasons of excellent television. Those two funny and inventive seasons will live on our site for audiences to continue to discover and enjoy.”
The series stars Kevin Iso as Kevin, Dan Perlman as Dan Joseph, Kristin Dodson as Zayna Bien-Aime, Kareem Green as Kareem, and Hassan Johnson as Drew Hill. Flatbush Misdemeanors was a co-production by Showtime and Avalon, which acted as the lead studio. Perlman and Iso executive produced with Richard Allen-Turner, Jon Thoday, David Martin, and Chloe Pisello for Avalon.
Flatbush Misdemeanors season 1 and 2 is now streaming on Showtime.