LOS ANGELES — NBC has stopped production on “Sean Saves the World,” effectively canceling the freshman sitcom starring out actor Sean Hayes as a divorced gay father juggling a career, a 14-year-old daughter and an overbearing mother.
The series has struggled in the ratings since its premiere last fall. In its most recent airing, last Thursday, “Sean Saves the World” drew only 2.58 million viewers overall, according to Nielsen.
On Tuesday evening, Hayes tweeted: “Thanks to @SeanSavesWorld actors & crew & @NBC for a wonderful opportunity. Looking forward to Obama’s minimum wage increase to $10/hr.”