Sandra Oh recently revealed that her comedy-drama series on Netflix, “The Chair,” might have been canceled after just one season.
In a recent interview with the hosts of “Variety Awards Circuit” podcast, Oh expressed doubts about the show’s return for a second season.
“No one’s called me, so I’m guessing that’s not happening,” said the 50-year-old Korean Canadian actor. “I would have loved it, because I just thought that there was so much material there to potentially explore.
In the show, Oh plays the role of Dr. Ji-yoon Kim, the first woman of color to become the chair of a prestigious university’s English department. Set in a fictional educational institution in New England, “The Chair” explores themes such as ageism, sexism and other forms of discrimination.
Her performance as Kim earned her a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series.
“I’m just happy that it happened, it was a great experience,” she said. “But I am sad that it’s over.”
Oh is also saying goodbye to her iconic role in the hit show “Killing Eve,” which is set to air its fourth and final season starting on Feb. 27 on BBC America.
Fans of the veteran actor will still have a lot to look forward to as she will be starring alongside Awkwafina in an untitled sister comedy, whose rights were acquired by 20th Century Studios from Netflix, as NextShark previously reported. Oh is also set to star in Disney and Pixar’s first Asian-led feature film, animated film “Turning Red.”