The Chuck Lorre-produced sitcom about an interpreter from Afghanistan who moves in with his United States Marine Corps veteran friend's family in Ohio will not return for a third season. Deadline's Nellie Andreeva reports that Lorre had two shows on the bubble -- United States of Al and B Positive -- and only one of them was expected to survive. "In light of United States of Al‘s cancellation, B Positive's renewal chances look brighter," says Andreeva, adding: "Also remaining on the bubble at CBS are drama Magnum PI, which had been stuck in renewal conversations with lead studio Universal TV, freshman comedy How We Roll as well as freshman drama Good Sam, which is not looking good." United States of Al's premise found extra relevance last summer as the United States pulled out of Afghanistan after 20 years of war, resulting in writers have to scrap and rewrite their season premiere to reflect current events. United States of Al will air two more episodes, with its series finale scheduled for May 19.