It's no surprise that some showrunners are starting to get a little resentful. One such creative decided that he'd throw a little shade at Hulu after they canceled his series, Reboot. He's clearly taken aback by the decision, with the program officially ending after failing to find a new home.
Levitan stated that he wanted to continue the program after hearing about the cancellation, and despite another channel asking to examine the script for season two, it was ultimately rejected.
Levitan poked one final dig at Twitter's 'The Channel' in the wake of this, understandably dismal news.
According to the logline, the series was about Hulu executives who were attempting to relaunch a family sitcom from the 2000s. It involved the difficulty of allowing the original actors to return to their roles while also coping with "their unresolved problems in today's fast-changing world."
Rachel Bloom, Calum Worthy, Krista Marie Yu, and Paul Reiser all played in the film, and the group was interested in seeing how a rapid-changing social landscape might affect Rebooting a program from a few decades ago. You never know, maybe somebody will be super meta and recreate Reboot in ten years.