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Comedienne Whitney Cummings now has one less show on TV. Her E! Network show Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings has been cancelled after just one season.
According to Entertainment Weekly, an E! rep confirmed that the network has aired the last episode of the series on Feb. 6. The show premiered in November as part of a block with Joel McHale’s The Soup.
It was produced by Chelsea Handler’s Borderline Amazing Productions, with Handler and Cummings co-executive producing the series.
Deadline reports that the show did get six extra episodes in January, with E! claiming that Cummings was drawing both female and male viewers. But she apparently wasn’t drawing enough of either demographic to keep the show going.
Cummings still has two other shows on the broadcast networks. She is the co-creator of CBS’ hit 2 Broke Girls, which is in its second season and continues to do well in the ratings. It airs on Mondays at 9 p.m.
Her NBC sitcom, Whitney airs on Wednesdays and has struggled to keep an audience in its second season. This week's episode drew 3.58 million viewers and a 1.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
Here’s a segment from Love You, Mean It about Cummings’ Etsy obsession: