Alex Schuman is a successful radio producer with a whip-smart, public defender wife and two confident, quirky children. After years of making the kind of content that brings no creative fulfillment, Alex decides to risk everything - including his savings - to start his own business. Armed only with the help of his overenthusiastic producer, and his fast-talking, unemployed second cousin Eddie, Alex navigates the crazy world of start-ups while trying to keep his marriage and family a priority.
After a company offers Alex money to expand the business, he worries his business is ruining his relationship with Rooni and the children and makes an important decision about the future. And with the future looking bright for the company, Deirdre an
It appears as if Alex, Inc. has been cancelled by ABC after just one season. Star Zach Braff posted the sad news on his Twitter account this afternoon, expressing his gratitude towards the show's crew and fans.
The half-hour series premiered as a mid-season entry in late-March, airing between The Goldbergs and Modern Family as part of the network's Wednesday night comedy block. The show struggled to find an audience, however, garnering ratings lower than its lineup-mates on the night.
Alex, Inc. followed family man and journalist Alex Schuman, who quits his job to start his own company. It isn't long, though, before he learns that it will be much harder than he originally thought.
The series finale of Alex, Inc. will air on Wednesday, May 16.