Although Netflix renewed it for a season 2, Kenya Barris says #blackAF will not come back on the streaming giant in that format.

In a long-ranging feature with The Hollywood Reporter on his Netflix deal exit and his new studio venture at ViacomCBS, Barris said instead of a second season, they are looking at doing standalone #blackAF films.

The report states, “he reveals is forgoing its planned second season in favor of stand-alone #blackAF family vacation films in the vein of the National Lampoon vacation flicks that he and co-star Rashida Jones grew up loving. Already, he and the writers have been batting around ideas for #blackAF: Brazil and #blackAF: Mexico, by design — both are popular Netflix territories.”

In the series, Barris played a fictionalized version of himself with Rashida Jones as his wife. Iman Benson, Genneya  Walton, Scarlet Spencer, Justin Claiborne, Ravi Cabot-Conyers and Richard Gardenhire Jr. also starred as their children.

The official description: Loosely inspired by Barris’ irreverent, highly flawed, unbelievably honest approach to parenting, relationships, race, and culture, #blackAF flips the script on what we’ve come to expect a family comedy series to be. Pulling back the curtain, #blackAF uncovers the messy, unfiltered and often hilarious world of what it means to be a “new money” black family trying to get it right in a modern world where “right” is no longer a fixed concept. 

The first season of the show featured guest stars such as Nia Long, Issa Rae, Mike Epps, Lena Waithe, Ava DuVernay, Will Packer, Tim Story, Tyler Perry, Bresha Webb, Kym Whitley and Melvin Gregg.