No Tomorrow

No Tomorrow is an American romantic comedy-drama television series that aired on The CW from October 4, 2016 to January 17, 2017. The series was developed by Corinne Brinkerhoff. It is based on the 2012 Brazilian series Como Aproveitar o Fim do Mundo (How to Enjoy the End of the World), which aired on Rede Globo in 2012. The show was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. No Tomorrow was canceled on May 8, 2017; five days later, an epilogue to the series was released.


The series follows a woman who lives in Seattle and becomes involved with a free-spirited man who inspires her to make an apocalyst , a list of things to do before the world ends—which he claims will be in eight months and twelve days. With the help of her friends, they try to find out if he can be taken seriously while completing the bucket list.

Cast and characters


  • Tori Anderson as Evie Covington, a bored middle-manager employed in a supply warehouse who pushes herself into Xavier s carefree world.
  • Joshua Sasse as Xavier Holliday, an eccentric, free-spirited individual who believes that the world will come to an end in eight months and plots to live life as fully as he can.
  • Jonathan Langdon as Hank Barkley, Evie s cheerful co-worker.
  • Sarayu Blue as Kareema, Evie s grumpy and cynical co-worker.
  • Jesse Rath as Timothy Finger, Evie s former boyfriend.
  • Amy Pietz as Deirdre Hackmeyer, Evie s shallow boss.


  • George Basil as Jesse, Xavier s cousin.
  • Ted McGinley as Gary, Evie s father.
  • Kelly Stables as Mary Anne, Evie s older sister.
  • Gigi Rice as Gloria, Evie s mother.
  • Vinny Chhibber as Rohan, Kareema s brother.


No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
U.S. viewers
1PilotBrad SilberlingCorinne Brinkerhoff & Scott McCabe & Tory StantonOctober 4, 20161011.51
2No Crying in BaseballStuart GillardMaggie Friedman & Tory Stanton & Scott McCabeOctober 11, 20161020.74
3No DoubtJohn PutchRichard HatemOctober 18, 20161030.81
4No Holds BarredJeff MelmanJenna LamiaOctober 25, 20161040.78
5No RegretsRon UnderwoodBill KrebsNovember 1, 20161050.76
6No Debts Remain UnpaidAllan ArkushJustin W. LoNovember 15, 20161060.80
7No You Say It FirstStuart GillardGrace GlassmeyerNovember 22, 20161070.80
8No Rest for the WearyMichael SchultzJessica ChouNovember 29, 20161080.94
9No Truer WordsAmi MannAnna FisherDecember 6, 20161090.80
10No Soup for YouAnna MastroAaron FullertonDecember 27, 20161100.60
11No Woman No CryGreg BeemanScott McCabe & Tory StantonJanuary 3, 20171110.51
12No Time Like the PresentGreg PrangeAndrew Gettens & Lauren MacKenzieJanuary 10, 20171120.70
13No Sleep Til ReykjavikStuart GillardCorinne Brinkerhoff & Gracie Glassmeyer & Justin W. LoJanuary 17, 20171130.58

On May 13, 2017, The CW released an epilogue to the series to provide closure after its cancellation.


Critical reception

No Tomorrow received generally positive reviews from television critics. On Rotten Tomatoes the season has a rating of 91%. The site s critical consensus reads, No Tomorrow is a gentle, easy to digest rom-com that serves up a strong supporting cast, charming lead performances, and a hefty dose of fun. On Metacritic, the season has a score of 69 out of 100, based on 23 critics.

The editors of TV Guide placed No Tomorrow eighth among the top ten picks for the most anticipated new shows of the 2016–2017 season. In its review, Sadie Gennis wrote

Tori Anderson and Joshua Sasse are infectiously charming in this offbeat romantic comedy about a woman who discovers that her dream man is an apocalypse truther. It s a weird premise, sure, but No Tomorrow leans into its own absurdity, populating the show with surreal, strange characters (including one who speaks so quietly he needs subtitles) and delightful prop comedy that is rarely seen in one-hour shows. And while it s unlikely that No Tomorrow will help the CW continue its Golden Globes streak, it fits in perfectly on the network alongside fellow genre-pushing rom-coms Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.


No.TitleAir dateRating/share
1PilotOctober 4, 20160.5/21.51
2No Crying in BaseballOctober 11, 20160.2/10.74
3No DoubtOctober 18, 20160.3/10.81
4No Holds BarredOctober 25, 20160.3/10.78
5No RegretsNovember 1, 20160.3/10.76
6No Debts Remain UnpaidNovember 15, 20160.3/10.80
7No You Say it FirstNovember 22, 20160.3/10.80
8No Rest for the WearyNovember 29, 20160.3/10.94
9No Truer WordsDecember 6, 20160.3/10.80
10No Soup for YouDecember 27, 20160.2/10.60
11No Woman No CryJanuary 3, 20170.2/10.51
12No Time Like the PresentJanuary 10, 20170.2/10.70
13No Sleep Til ReykjavikJanuary 17, 20170.2/10.58

PlotEvie, a risk-averse quality-control assessor falls for free-spirited thrill seeker Xavier only to find out he lives his life that way because he believes the apocalypse is coming.

AwardsAwards, 2 nominations

StarsJoshua Sasse, Tori Anderson, Jonathan Langdon

Series Produced by

Corinne Brinkerhoff, Stuart Gillard, Scott McCabe, Brad Silberling, Tory Stanton, Kiegan Downs, Bill Krebs, Jenna Lamia, Justin W. Lo, Maggie Friedman, José Alvarenga Jr., Sean Canino, Grace Gilroy, Alexandre Machado, Ben Silverman, Fernanda Young, Richard Hatem, Allan Arkush, Sarah Caplan, Ami Canaan Mann, Michael Weiss

Series Music by

Lisa Coleman, Wendy Melvoin

Series Cinematography by

Thomas Burstyn, Checco Varese

Series Film Editing by

Lois Blumenthal, James R. Ford Jr., Bruce Green, Leo Trombetta, Lilly Urban

Series Casting By

Liz Dean, Barbara Fiorentino

Series Production Design by

Tony Fanning

Series Art Direction by

Jim Ramsay, Oana Bogdan Miller

Series Set Decoration by

Bryan Venegas

Series Costume Design by

Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh, Melina Root

Series Makeup Department

Marianne Olsen, Holly Pearson, Ronnie Sidhu, James Dreichel, Caroline Dehner, Devon Bree Baker, Nani Casillas, Lydia Fantini, Paige Gatzka, Laura Leppanen, Sabine Roller

Series Production Management

Leah Farrell, Casey Nelson-Zutter

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Joel Kennedy, Jessica Mason, Virgo Velasquez, Mark D. Currie, Lorie Gibson, Daniella Bonan, No Tomorrow, D. Joanne Malo, Angie Read, Michele Panelli-Venetis

Series Art Department

Susan Eves, Melanie Haines, Leo Aza O’Leary, John Beatty, Lindsay Ledohowski, Catriona Robinson, Lynn Werner, Renata Zaleska, Larisse Tham, Troy Eirich, Vladimir Bulatovic, Thomas R. Cahill, Robert Carbajal, Victor Formosa, Andrew Gersh, Emma Hughes, Tank Hughes, Nadya Lina, Bobby Mara, Jack Piatt, Emily Upham, Alison Armstrong, Manuel Baca, Steve Neff

Series Sound Department

Brandon Bak, Laird Fryer, Dan Gamache, Jon Greasley, John Sievert, Jason Charbonneau, Jeffrey Dyal, Markus Wade, Brad J. Bakelmun, Curtis Hickey, Trent Richmond, Miguel Araujo, Brody Ratsoy, Roderick Matte, Randy Wilson, Yann Delpuech, Kevin Schultz, Brett Sworder, Allen Yang, John-Thomas Graves, Michelle Guasto, Scott Stolz, James Bannon

Series Special Effects by

Catherine Gordon, Dan Keeler, Barry Hebein, Greg Pyne, Anthony Delzio, Cade Fall, Jesse Noel, Kirk Douglas, Don Besse

Series Visual Effects by

Bradley Powell, Josh Seward, Mike Stebbins, Josef Winhoffer, Sam Winkler, Dragos Berghia, Rebecca West, Brad Clapper, Carl Stern, Kevin Colina, Bryan Ray, Jordan Steele, David Cole, Harrison Lee

Series Stunts

Dexter Bell, Lloyd Cunningham, Ryan Orr, Melissa R. Stubbs, Cameron Hilts, Kathy Hubble, Zandara Kennedy, Tom McComas, Owen Walstrom, Kimberly Shannon Murphy, Fraser Aitcheson, Kimani Ray Smith, Rorelee Tio, Jeff Sanca

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Jordan Phillips, Chris Stigter, Adam Van Steinburg, Shayne Zwickel, Sawan Joe, Alex Reno, Brad Oleksy, Michael McLellan, Ian Gariepy, Michael Andrew Salisbury, Matt Williams, Mitchell Baxter, Lee J. Buckley, Michael Dorfman, Scott Everett White, Jason Haycock, Tammy Jones, Tommy Klines, Kirk Langer, Tommy Lohmann, Stephen Martel Lucas, Brooke Magrath, Tyler McDougall, Paul Postal, Aaron Knoke, Dwayne Barr, Zack Charney Cohen, Joshua Turner, Tynan Callesen, Vance Vegas Salvalaggio, Paul F. Guyer

Series Casting Department

Corinne Clark, Arlana Green, Jennifer Page, Sandra Couldwell, Sierra Scott, Chad Eric Murnane, Terese Classen, Erin Weintraub

Series Costume and Wardrobe Department

Thea Zahorouski, Holly McCredden, Erin Kirtay, Vanessa Zatovic, Jason Pillay, Julie Lepage, Laura Zacher, Michelle Kurpaska, Brandy Mars, Hailey Pahoa, Kristine N. Haag, Caitlin Disney

Series Editorial Department

Todd Bochner, Charles Cimmarusti, Stephen Tyler Fisher, Dan Millson, Emily Nomland, Jay Robinson, Christopher M. Ray, Kaylee Colton, Greg Sirota, Katie Connon, Lilly Urban, Kelly D. Morris, Francesca Castro, David T.A. Warren, Vaune Kirby Frechette

Series Location Management

Karissa King, Oscar Ibarra, Kimberly Lynn, Robert Paulsen

Series Music Department

Larry Hong, Hal Beckett, Kevin J. Edelman, Ben Sokoler, Jody Whitesides

Series Script and Continuity Department

Alexandra Pacheco, Wendy Dallian

Series Transportation Department

Andrew Anderson, Victor Formosa, Mike Miliotti, Steve Ellis

Series Additional Crew

Moe Brody, Sandy Caballero, Miguel Flores Gamez, David Paul Hewitt White, Thomas Pistohl, Beverly Sutton, Jane Pearson, Victoria James, Brett Stewart, Shelby Grossman, Kim Svenningsen, Plamena Koutzarova, Ian Doig, Niall Cassin, Tony Alcantar, Shahar Ben Halevi, Keiran Bohay, Tynan Callesen, Jesse Carmona, Patrick Dietrich, Chase Matthews, Melissa Maus, Edwin Rodriguez, Daniele Simone, Jason Brisson, Holly Jackson, Justin Kohlas, Rachel Voter, Arthur Ortiz, Mika McKinnon, Patricia Gonsalves, Danielle Verble

Series Thanks

Angelo Raguso

GenresComedy, Drama, Romance


Electus, Warner Bros. Television, CBS Television Studios


ImDb Rating Votes

Short Description

No Tomorrow is an American romantic comedy-drama television series that aired on The CW from October 4, 2016 to January 17, 2017. The series was developed by Corinne Brinkerhoff. It is based on the 2012 Brazilian series Como Aproveitar o Fim do Mundo (How to Enjoy the End of the World), which aired on Rede Globo in 2012. The show was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. No Tomorrow was canceled on May 8, 2017; five days later, an epilogue to the series was released.
KeywordsBased on brazilian tv series,cancelled,steamy romance,apocalypse,heartache