Disney+ has canceled Doogie Kamealoha, MD after two seasons.
Inspired by the 1989-1993 ABC sitcom Doogie Howser, MD, the series is set in Hawaii and follows Lahela “Doogie” Kamealoha (Peyton Elizabeth Lee), a 16-year-old child prodigy who pursues a budding medical career and reconciles life as a teenager.
The cast also included Kathleen Rose Perkins as Dr. Clara Hannon, Lahela’s mother who is also her supervisor at the hospital; Jason Scott Lee as Benny, Lahela’s father; Matt Sato as Kai, her older brother; Wes Tian as Brian Patrick, her younger brother; Emma Meisel as Steph, her best friend; Alex Aiono as Walter, her first boyfriend; Milo Manheim as Nico, her patient and new love. Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Mapuana Makia and Ronny Chieng starred as Lahela’s hospital colleagues.
Season 1 ran from September to November 2021 and featured Lahela as she began her medical career while also pursuing her crush on Walter. Season two premiered at once in March and followed Lahela as she realized that Walter wasn’t the same after she returned from the World Surf Tour and found herself newly attracted to Nico, “a bad boy on a dirt bike.” “.
diversity gave the show a positive review, saying it “feels like a single-camera version of a Disney Channel sitcom, as bright, serious, and heartfelt as its lead.”
Doogie Kamealoha, MD was created by Kourtney Kang, who served as Executive Producer alongside Melvin Mar, Jake Kasdan, Dayna Bochco, Jesse Bochco, Matt Kuhn and Justin McEwen. The series was from Disney Branded Television and 20th Television was the studio.
https://variety.com/2023/tv/news/doogie-kamealoha-md-canceled-disney-plus-1235705037/ Doogie Kamealoha, MD is being canceled after two seasons on Disney+