‘Hot In Cleveland’ Canceled By TV Land
Betty White’s Hot in Cleveland has been canceled by TV Land, and the network has announced that the comedy’s sixth season will be its last.
Hot In Cleveland Canceled After 6 Seasons
Hot In Cleveland, which stars White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick, was TV Land’s first original scripted series and launched a string of original sitcoms for the network, including spinoffs The Soul Man and The Exes. In September, the show celebrated its 100th episode, a huge television milestone, and its sixth season premiered on Nov. 5.
TV Land President Larry W Jones announced the show’s cancelation in a statement, thanking the show’s stars and crediting the show with making their original programing possible. “The passion and talent they brought to the set each and every week over the past 5 years has put TV Land on the map as a network dedicated to quality original programming,” Jones said.
Hot In Cleveland Cast Reacts To Cancelation
Hot In Cleveland’s star cast tweeted about the cancellation, thanking fans for their support. Malick revealed that the series finale would likely air in April, and promised the show would end “in a blaze of glory!”
Ok first of all, you #HotinCleveland fans are totally awesome…secondly, next April, we’re going out in a blaze of glory!
— Wendie Malick (@WendieMalick) November 18, 2014
Leeves, meanwhile, tweeted, “BIG thank you to our amazing fans! I hope you love the final season as much as we’ve loved making it. It’s been such a gift.”
— Jane Leeves (@JaneLeeves) November 17, 2014