The medical dramedy “Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” has been canceled by Disney+ and will not return for a third season, according to sources close to the production. The coming-of-age series concluded its two-season run on the streaming platform earlier this year.
The cancellation is part of a larger restructuring at Disney+, which has reportedly axed nearly 30 other shows across its platforms including titles like “Y: The Last Man” and “Big Shot.”
“Doogie Kamealoha M.D.” was a reimagining of the beloved ’90s medical series “Doogie Howser M.D.,” which launched Neil Patrick Harris’ career. Set in modern-day Hawaii, the Disney+ show followed 16-year-old medical prodigy Lahela “Doogie” Kamealoha (played by Peyton Elizabeth Lee) as she balanced her budding career and teenage life.
Created and executive produced by Kourtney Kang, the series also starred Jason Scott Lee, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Matthew Sato, Wes Tian, Emma Meisel, Mapuana Makia, and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman. Season 1 featured special guest stars like Ronny Chieng, Alex Aiono, and the late Al Harrington.
While “Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” has reached its conclusion after two seasons, fans can revisit the show’s unique Hawaiian setting and coming-of-age story on Disney+.
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