Not really. Despite a few boarders leaving, it’s obvious that the show is still in production albeit shifting offices and the crew.
There have definitely been recent shows killed off in a season, but those can be explained by the networks investment in said shows. New projects can be labeled as a risk and aired as sort of a probationary trial period, waiting to check their metrics before deciding to invest in it. Something like this show, however, is an example of CN investing in something before it's release; it had a lot of hype- game deals (even if they didn’t do well), shorts, etc. Also, it can take a while for merchandise to appear, a la The Loud House and Steven Universe. For this scenario, we can safely assume that it'll be supported for at LEAST three seasons, unless something catastrophic happens. This, to me, explains why something like PPG is still around, despite being pretty awful.
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