After three seasons and over 50 produced episodes, Nick at Nite sitcom 'See Dad Run' can't run from the ax any longer, according to Deadline.
Despite what the title alone might suggest, 'See Dad Run' is not about a father running for political office, and instead concerns former TV star turned stay at home dad David Hobbs ('80s sitcom mainstay Scott Baio). Of course, playing a father on television is a lot easier than doing it in real life, leading David to enlist the backup of his two best friends Marcus ('Hangin with Mr. Cooper's Mark Curry) and Kevin (previously unknown actor Ramy Youssef).
Sounds a lot like 'Full House,' huh? Well, it's not entirely the same. The Hobbs family matriarch is alive, she's just at work all the time. And one of the three kids is a boy. Well, if you're going to crib plot points from a family sitcom, you might as well do it from one of the best.
However, 'See Dad Run' fans need not fret for quite awhile, as the comedy's 13 episode third season still remains to be aired, having just been ordered by Nick at Nite back in November. There are also four Season 2 episodes that have yet to be shown. So instead of an immediate death, 'See Dad Run' has been diagnosed with terminal cancellation disease, and been given about a year to live.
'See Dad Run' returns with all new episodes on Thursday, April 3 at 8:30/7:30c.