Disney+ Original Series “Diary of a Future President” Cancelled After 2 Seasons

Diary of a Future President, the Disney+ original series, has unfortunately been cancelled after two seasons on the streaming service, according to Deadline.

  • Creator and showrunner Ilana Peña revealed the news of the cancellation today on Twitter.

  • In her message, Peña expresses her disappointment that her show will not continue but also her gratitude for the opportunity to make two seasons.
  • She went on to thank her cast and crew for their hard work on the series.
  • Diary of a Future President came from executive producer Gina Rodriguez, Peña, CBS Television Studios and I Can and I Will Productions.

About Diary of a Future President:

  • Recounted through excerpts from 13-year-old Elena's diary, this coming-of-age series followed Elena through the ups and downs of middle school which sets her on the path to becoming the President of the United States.  
  • Created by showrunner Ilana Peña (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) and loosely inspired by Peña's own adolescence, the series had been lauded for its authentic portrayal of a Latinx tween and her friends and family.
  • Executive producer Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin) directed the second season's first episode and also stars as grown-up Elena.
  • Rodriguez continues to reappear throughout the season as Elena's future self and conscience that guides her through middle school and towards the White House.