Cancelled: I have been predicting for a while that You, Me, and The Apocalypse would not be returning to NBC for a second season because it slipped to historically low ratings for a big four broadcast network show. But I did consider it possible that the British Sky Channel (NBC’s partner on the show) could keep it going if they could work out the money. But apparently that network has already decided not to go forward with a second season, though the the news (originally announced early last month) has not been well circulated across the Atlantic. Sky told Radio Times last month that “a story with the end of the world at its heart was always going to be hard to bring back and has reached its natural conclusion”. Of course, those of us who watched the show know it ended on a major cliffhanger and did not in fact reach its “natural conclusion”. Two of the co-stars, Jenna Fischer and Patterson Joseph, already have other gigs in the works, though if a second season of You, Me, and the Apocalypse had happened they probably could have worked it into their schedules since it would only run around ten episodes. But apparently that will not be happening and the small fanbase the show attracted will be left wondering how the show would have resolved its storylines. Read the full article at our partner site CancelledSciFi.com.