A renowned adventure reporter, who has spent his life exploring the edges of the earth, is now taking a desk job in the digital department of the magazine. He must adapt to the times and his new world. He’s struggling to grasp the lingo of online click-bait and listicles, but his real challenge is in understanding his staff of millenials who write about the great outdoors but never actually set foot outside.
At the magazine's notoriously carnal company retreat, feelings resurface between Jack and Brooke as they work together to help Clark finally hook up with Emma – the same way they did five years ago. Also, Roland asks Jack to lead the staff in his
Word is out that The Great Indoors has been cancelled by CBS after just one season. The Joel McHale comedy premiered in the fall, airing a full 22-episode season. While its ratings were decent on Thursday nights, it did lose a good portion of its lead-in audience.
The writing was on the wall when the show was the only freshman comedy on the network not to receive a Season 2 renewal back in March.
The Great Indoors followed an outdoor adventure reporter who spent a good portion of his life exploring all the world has to offer, until a new desk job assignment in the digital department of his magazine gives him an unexpected culture shock.