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Old 11-17-2014, 06:04 PM   #1
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TV TV Land Confirms "Hot in Cleveland" Will End in 2015 after 6 Seasons

"Hot in Cleveland" to End in 2015 After Six Seasons
by Michael Ausiello
November 17, 2014



Betty White is back on the market! TV Land confirmed on Monday that "Hot in Cleveland‘s" current 24-episode sixth season will be the sitcom’s last.

It’s been an honor to work with Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and the incomparable Betty White as well as our executive producers Suzanne Martin, Todd Milliner, Sean Hayes and the rest of our exceptional writers, production team and crew,” said TV Land president Larry W. Jones in a statement.

The passion and talent they brought to the set each and every week over the past five years has put TV Land on the map as a network dedicated to quality original programming. We will continue to celebrate the show and are looking forward to a fantastic series finale.




"Hot in Cleveland" was TV Land’s first original scripted series when it premiered in June 2010. Its debut episode drew the highest ratings in the network’s 14-year history.

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Darn! One of my favorites, but six seasons is long for a cable series!
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No more reason for me to watch that network now.
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Did the ratings drop or do the stars no longer want to act in the series, just wondering why it was ending? I'll miss the cast & all the guest stars that were on the show.
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Betty White was supposed to just be a guest on the pilot episode. This was right around the time of her career resurgence. I don't think they planned on her having a permanent role, and there was no way they could have predicted how successful the show would be (breaking records for ratings for TVLand, being it's first and first successful original programming, etc). With Betty White being as popular as she is and approaching 93, I'm guessing they cancelled because she won't be around forever and there's no way to replace her. I don't know that's the reason they axed it, but it's the only thing I can come up with.

That being said, I will really miss the show. While the show was hit or miss with the laughs, it was always a sentimental favorite of mine. It was like having the Golden Girls back.
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it was such a good show. but as sad as this news is, i'm glad they are not dragging it on and on, like with other shows. i think that had it lasted for 7 more seasons or more, it will get tiresome.
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Well at least it had a good run.
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Did the ratings drop or do the stars no longer want to act in the series, just wondering why it was ending? I'll miss the cast & all the guest stars that were on the show.
It was cancelled because of money. No other reason
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Actually, the dropping ratings could be another reason.

Hot in Cleveland: Another good alternative to South Park gone.
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Let's hope it goes out with a bang. 6 years is a good run.
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Actually, the dropping ratings could be another reason.

Hot in Cleveland: Another good alternative to South Park gone.
low ratings = not making enough money for the network
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Is syndication 6 or 7 seasons? I don't have cable and re-runs have been airing on CW now - late night!
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Good riddance!
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Yes the ratings have nose-dived. Hence, the cancellation.
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I'm probably the only person around who honestly does not like this show despite the great cast it has. I've watched many episodes and even had some of the DVD's for a while, but I just really could not find interest in it at all. I was surprised to hear that it was ending but I agree that six seasons is a good run for a cable series.
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