Ahead of the Hypermarket Thursday’s series finale, “All Sales Final,” Pemberton appeared to reveal the Bo and Cheyenne spin-off was dead when he wrote on Instagram that the episode would be “your boy’s last appearance, Bo ‘The Truth’ Thompson.” Kyle, editor and writer on Hypermarket since its second season in 2016, confirmed on Friday that NBC will not go ahead with the spin-off.
“Unfortunately, yesterday NBC informed us that they did not have Hypermarket spin-off, ”said Kyle Cleveland.com. “So it’s just going to have to live on in our hearts and on my hard drive.” ”
Sakura, you have Hypermarket A series regular who played Cheyenne, sales associate turned Cloud 9 floor supervisor, said TheWrap this week she was “full of hope” Bo and Cheyenne would go ahead with possible appearances from former Cheyenne colleagues.
“We’re still waiting to see if this will happen or not, but … I got to read the pilot script, and it’s really funny,” Sakura said in an interview posted before. Hypermarketdispatch in two parts Thursday. “So I hope that we will be done and that we can bring back some of the Hypermarket thrown in to get into that and still be a part of that same world. I’m just keeping my hopes up, but stay tuned. ”
“All Sales Final” ended with Cheyenne and his best friend Mateo (Nico Santos), both unemployed after the Cloud 9 store closed, hired by former store manager Glenn (Mark McKinney) to work in his. Sturgis & Sons hardware. Hypermarket showrunner Gabe Miller said TheWrap that the scene was not related to Bo and Cheyenne, which was still in the “very early stages”.
Hypermarket was “one of the best experiences of my life,” wrote Pemberton, who has appeared as aspiring rapper Bo through 16 episodes since the show’s first season, wrote on Instagram. ” Everybody [on] the show is completely amazing, on and off camera, even Ben Feldman. but I have to give special recognition to Nichole Sakura AKA Cheyenne Tyler Lee, for being the meanest bitch in the game for 6 seasons !! ”
Sakura also said goodbye to Hypermarket on Instagram, writing: “I will miss it, but the magic thing is that I can see it again anytime, and so do you.” »The six seasons of Hypermarket are now streaming on Hulu.