Australian dramedy Bump has been dropped by the CW midseason, Deadline has confirmed. The community quietly eliminated the summer season sequence a few pregnant 17-year-old from its Monday night time lineup. It’s being changed with repeats of Whose Line Is It Anyway? within the 9:30 pm slot. 5 episodes of the second season of Bump have aired and the remaining 5 episodes of Season 2 might be accessible on the CW app and CWTV.com.
Earlier in the present day, further adjustments had been introduced for the community’s fall schedule, with FBoy Island transferring to Mondays from its initially scheduled Thursday night time slot. Canadian comedies Son of a Critch, Run The Burbs and Youngsters Smash Every part and British comedy Everybody Else Burns might be transferring from Monday nights to Thursday nights.
Bump is the newest acquisition to be pulled by the CW. Travelogue sequence Down To Earth with Zac Efron and Unbelievable Buddies had been pulled in July and Australian browsing drama Barons was eliminated in June.
Bump stars Nathalie Morris as Olympia Chalmers-Davis, an overachieving 17-year-old scholar who is aware of precisely the place she’s going—till she finds out she’s pregnant. In Season 2, with the expectations of what life was purported to be nonetheless freshly turned the other way up, Oly and Santi (Carlos Sanson Jr.) get to know one another higher, look to the long run, and uncover simply how a lot household can mess you up.
The sequence is created by Claudia Karvan and Kelsey Munro. Claudia Karvan and Angus Sampson additionally star. Bump is produced by Roadshow Tough Diamond (Romper Stomper, Les Norton) with John Edwards (Love My Method, The Secret Lifetime of Us), Dan Edwards (Romper Stomper, Australian Gangster) and Karvan (Love My Method, Physician Physician) serving as producers.