TV Land is calling time on their last multi-camera sitcom. The network has cancelled The Exes after airing four-seasons of the comedy series created by Mark Reisman, TVWise has confirmed.
The Exes revolves around three newly single guys sharing an apartment which is owned by the one person they have in common: their divorce attorney. The comedy series stars Donald Faison (Scrubs), Wayne Knight (Seinfeld), David Alan Basche (The Starter Wife), Kristen Johnston (3rd Rock From The Sun), Leah Remini (King Of Queens) and Kelly Stables.
The cancellation was first announced on Twitter by series star Kristen Johnston, who said: “Well, it’s official: LAST 6 eps of @The_Exes EVER start airing this Weds. Even great ratings can’t #SaveGoodTV. Honestly, we all knew it was a probability. The last 6 are the best yet”.
This more or less completes TV Land’s brand transformation, which has been underway since the departure of network President Larry W. Jones earlier this year. Since that point, the network has been abandoning multi-camera efforts, in favour of “edgier” single camera shows such as Impastor, The Jim Gaffigan Show and Younger.
In addition to The Exes, other multi-camera efforts developed during Jones tenure that have been cancelled of late include Hot In Cleveland and The Soul Man, the latter which returns for its final season next year. The series finale of The Exes will air on September 16th.