The Right Stuff becomes FIRST scripted show canceled by Disney+

The Right Stuff starring Meghan Markle’s Suits colleague Patrick J. Adams becomes FIRST scripted show canceled by Disney+

The Right Stuff has become the first scripted series canceled by Disney+.

Patrick J. Adams, who rose to fame with Meghan Markle on Suits, starred on The Right Stuff which was about the astronauts known as the Mercury Seven.

Although the program has been dropped by Disney+ its studio Warner Bros. Television is trying to sell it elsewhere, according to Deadline.

Axed: The Right Stuff has become the first scripted series canceled by Disney+

HBO Max and TNT which both fall under WarnerMedia are being mulled as places that the series might end up.

Warner Bros. Television and National Geographic put together the show with Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way Productions.

The Mercury Seven were the astronauts who participated in America’s first human spaceflight program Project Mercury at the dawn of the 1960s.

Throwback: Patrick J. Adams, who rose to fame with Meghan Markle on Suits (pictured), starred on The Right Stuff which was about the astronauts known as the Mercury Seven

Patrick J. Adams starred as John Glenn who in 1962 became the first American to orbit Earth and later became a U.S. Senator from his native Ohio.

Lately Patrick has been one of the many famous names defending Meghan amid her bombshell feud with her in-laws the House Of Windsor.

The Right Stuff was based on Tom Wolfe’s 1979 eponymous novel which was also made into a massive flop movie in 1983.

As seen on the show: The Mercury Seven were the astronauts who participated in America’s first human spaceflight program Project Mercury at the dawn of the 1960s

Last year’s Disney+ version included such actors as Limitless heartthrob Jake McDorman and Once Upon A Time actor Colin O’Donoghue.

The first season dropped its episodes on the streaming service from October through November of this past year. 

Back in 2019 Deadline reported that the show, developed my Mark Lafferty, would eventually cover the moon landing in a later season.

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