Amazon has cancelled its Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning comedy Mozart in the Jungle after four seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The cancellation of the drama is new chief Jennifer Salke’s first major programming decision. Salke, who joined Amazon two weeks ago, is reportedly looking to “shift away from niche indie projects and deliver broader, big-budget swings in an attempt to land the next ‘Game of Thrones.’”
Apart from Mozart in the Jungle, Amazon has also dropped its comedies “One Mississippi,” “I Love Dick,” and “Jean-Claude Van Johnson.”
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