‘That Girl Lay Lay’ To End With Season 2 At Nickelodeon

The end is in sight for That Girl Lay Lay. The Nickelodeon buddy comedy starring teen hip-hop artist Alaya “That Girl Lay Lay” High and Gabrielle Nevaeh Green will end with the current second season, we’ve learned. The Season 2 finale, which will now serve as the series finale, airs tomorrow, Wednesday, March 20.

“After 46 episodes across two seasons of That Girl Lay Lay, we are ending production on the show, and we are incredibly grateful to the cast and crew for their immeasurable contributions on the production,” a Nickelodeon spokesperson confirmed in a statement to Deadline.

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That Girl Lay Lay hailed from creator David A. Arnold, who died in September 2022 at 54. The series follows the titular actress as an avatar from a personal affirmation app that magically comes to life, and her best friend Sadie (Green) as they navigate life as teenagers and discover who they truly are.

In Season 2, the two best friends embark on more exciting adventures, working to fulfill Lay Lay’s desire to experience everything that comes with being a real teenager. The series also features Peyton Perrine III as Sadie’s brother, Marky; Tiffany Daniels as Sadie’s mom, Trish; and Thomas Hobson as Sadie’s dad, Bryce.

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The Nickelodeon show is produced by Will Packer Media, with Will Packer executive producing and Peggy Cheng overseeing. Arnold executive produced with John Beck & Ron Hart. Production of That Girl Lay Lay for Nickelodeon was overseen by Zack Olin and Shauna Phelan, Co-Heads of Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Live-Action. Brian Banks serves as Nickelodeon’s Executive in Charge of Production for the series.

That Girl Lay Lay was the first project under Nickelodeon’s deal with the hip-hop artist to develop original multiform programming. In addition to the comedy series, Nickelodeon’s deal with High includes supporting her music career and an exclusive line of consumer products. High recently received her third NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Youth (Series, Special, Television Movie or Limited-Series).

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