Joshua Sasse No Tomorrow

Joshua Sasse to Star in CW Drama Pilot — What Does It Mean for Galavant?

The hero known as Galavant may be cutting his journey short.

Joshua Sasse, who plays the titular knight in ABC’s musical comedy, has nabbed the male lead role in No Tomorrow, a drama pilot at The CW.

The potential series stars Tori Anderson (The L.A. Complex) as a risk-averse female procurement manager at an Amazon-like distribution center. When she falls in love with a man (Sasse) who lives life to the fullest because he believes the apocalypse is imminent, it leads to comedic and poignant results as they embark on a quest to fulfill their individual bucket lists.

As for Sasse’s role on Galavant — which brought in 2.1 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating with its Jan. 31 finale — our sister site Deadline reports that Sasse would only appear in the first episode of a possible third season.

Your thoughts on Sasse’s new role (and Galavant‘s renewal chances)? Drop ’em in the comments section below.

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31 Comments
  1. Al says:

    Basically it’s pretty much dead

  2. Ann says:

    I don’t think it would have gotten a third season anyways. The main storyline has completed and they all lived happily ever after. Plus, the second season was not as good as the first season. The second season really dragged. Even the songs weren’t as good.

    • Winter says:

      I actually thought the second season was better than the first. I thought it was funnier and thought the songs were better. Oh well to each their own.

  3. Ben says:

    Well, you can’t exactly have Galavant without Galavant.

  4. Annie says:

    So, the show is called Galavant but he will (potentially) appear in only one episode??

    • ABG says:

      It won’t happen.

    • DebG says:

      I could see several ways that it could happen. For instance Galavant’s brother, son distant cousin or even daughter could take over on some noble quest. Given the ratings, however I don’t see it happening.

      • Gail says:

        I think they could give the show to King Richard and change the name. He was the star of the second season . Remember this is just a pilot not a new series. The CW has already renewed all its current series so there is not much room for them to add new series. most likely if it is picked up it won’t premiere to midseason or later. First Peggy Carter and now Galavant. Nobody waits for shows to get cancelled anymore.

    • Don’t forget that there is now a Mrs. Gary Galavant.(Isabella)

  5. Rebecca says:

    Glad to see he’s going to be on TV still. Disappointed that this seems to mark the end for Galavant. One of the more unique and great shows left on TV.

  6. BillyBobJohnson says:

    It’s over, Johnny.

  7. David4 says:

    Doesn’t this show have only like 6 episodes a year? Can’t he do two shows?

    That said it was dead anyways, but still weird.

  8. I watched both seasons and was surprised there was a Season 2, only because shows that I really like and are unique always get canceled. I loved how they made fun of themselves and their show the whole second season. At the end I don’t think anyone was expecting a third season to be honest.

  9. Song4Ten says:

    How could they call it Galavant without Galavant? :)

  10. Chris says:

    So if No Tomorrow doesn’t get picked up, does that mean he’ll be in more than the first episode?

  11. I like Galavant but it’s great to see him in another show, he’s got potencial.

  12. So the show Galavant, if it got a third season, wouldn’t star Galavant for more than 1 episode? I would rather they just not do it even though I adore the show. The show is original and hilarious and if it won’t have the star who the show is named after, it’s not the same show..

  13. ScottJ says:

    Seems very odd with his fiancee living in London. At least Galavant was filmed in the UK.

  14. anonymous says:

    I’m just worried about Tori Anderson being on this because of Open Heart. What Happens to London Blake? I really hope it doesn’t get picked up that show is awesome!

  15. dancmh says:

    You can only run from the Cancellation Bear for so long…

  16. Mitch O says:

    I thought season two was much more enjoyable than season one. They did a great job of wrapping things up for the character of Galavant in the season two finale, while opening up potential storylines for season three. (trying to avoid spoiling people, that’s why I’m being vague). I could easily see Gal showing up for the first episode for continuity and then letting the others take the lead in his place.

  17. Sarah says:

    I’ll be really sad to see Galavant go (at least we got a great ending) but happy to see Joshua Sasse still on my screen. He’s great and seriously dreamy.