The second season of Elementary has gotten off to a rocky start for the series, which has suffered from a series of creative and casting mistakes that have caused a number of parents to wonder if the show has lost its way.
The first season of the ABC sitcom was so far ahead of its time that it even featured an older character, but the second season is set to drop in April.
The cast is now working on a second season that will include a younger, more diverse cast, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
While some parents are still wondering whether the show is going to fall short of its potential, the new season has already received praise for its creative direction and its approach to parenting.
It’s an approach that can be found in other family comedies like House of Cards, which features two moms and two dads and has also been praised for its approach towards family and the growing importance of social media.
The show, which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, was created by the same writers and stars Spacey, Wright, and Melissa Rauch, as well as Michael Che who is also producing.
It stars Anthony Anderson, Carrie Coon, and Jussie Smollett.
“It’s the perfect example of a show that’s very smart, that’s not afraid to go back to the roots and find the best stories,” Coon told Variety.
“And that’s why we loved it so much, because it wasn’t afraid to say the things that were really uncomfortable in society.
It wasn’t scared to explore some uncomfortable truths.”
The series, a reboot of a TV show from the 1980s, was originally created by Adam McKay and Adam Reed, who also wrote and executive produced The Big Bang Theory.
McKay is returning as executive producer and is producing along with Reed and his brother Mark, who co-created The Big House.
“We love working with Adam, we love working on The Big Breakfast, and we love Adam’s vision of the show,” Mark Reed told Variety in August.
“There’s a lot of great stories in it and I’m just really excited to bring those stories to life.”
The show has been plagued with controversies, including a series finale that saw the characters killed off.
“They’re like a lot more than just an ensemble of kids, they’re the core of the ensemble,” said Coon.
“The show is about these kids, and they’re not just there to babysit each other or to be friends or be loved.
They’re the backbone of the family.”
A few episodes into the second series, the cast and producers realized that some of the characters were missing from the pilot, and the producers decided to do a fresh start.
“You can’t just kill off every character, especially in the second year of a series,” Coont told Variety, adding that they didn’t want to leave any of the original characters behind.
“So, we created a whole new group of characters and created a new world, and then, we started over again.
So, I don’t think there’s any way to say we’ve killed them off.”
The producers also wanted to take a fresh look at the characters who had already appeared in the previous season.
The series also had a few characters who were absent from the first season, such as Olivia Pope and Emily Ratajkowski.
Coont and the rest of the writers and cast had to come up with a new group for the second episode, which was called “Roughly the Same,” and had a new, different group of children and a new parent.
“In the second pilot, we just wanted to get back to some of those things,” Coons said.
“This time, we wanted to do something really different.
We wanted to make the characters feel a little bit more alive.
We didn’t need to have the same family dynamic we had in the first episode.
We want to do things in a different way.”
The new characters included an older woman, an older boy, and an older girl who has a younger brother.
The new season will also feature a new character named “Tiny” and a young mother.
The producers say the series will explore issues such as parental alienation, bullying, the death of a loved one, and death.
The pilot was released to critical acclaim, garnering critical acclaim and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Drama Series.
Coon and the writers say they are looking forward to the second installment.
“I’m very excited about the future,” CoON told Variety during an interview earlier this year.
“Because I know there’s still a lot that we can do, that there’s always more to do, and that’s the fun of this.
I can’t wait to find out what’s in store for us next year.”
The cast and crew are also working on the second seasons of House of Lies and Scandal, and also a rebooted version of the animated comedy The Neighbors, which premiered on Nickelodeon earlier this summer.
“As a show, we’re