TVLand has made some bold moves lately and it added another move, canceling it’s final multi-cam comedy series, The Exes. The Exes has six more episodes to air and that will be their final episodes.
Kristen Johnston broke the news via Twitter:
— kristen johnston (@kjothesmartass) August 11, 2015
The Exes starred Donald Faison (as Phil Chase), Wayne Knight (Haskell Lutz), David Alan Basche (Stuart Gardner), Kristen Johnston (Holly Franklin), Leah Remini (Nicki) and Kelly Stables (Eden).
Created by Mark Reisman, The Exes was produced by Mark Reisman Productions and Acme Productions with Reisman, Mark Bario, Michael Hanel, Mindy Schultheis, Larry W. Jones and Keith Cox all Executive Producing the series. Reisman was one of the many writers on the show as well.
The Exes was about a group of divorced friends who try to get their lives together and get back into being single again.
TVLand has changed the landscape of their offering over the last couple of seasons and are attracting younger audiences with their new single-cam comedies: Younger, Impastor, The Jim Gaffigan Show, and Teachers. They have recently ordered another single-cam comedy, Friends with Melissa, from Melissa McCarthy and her husband Ben Falcone. Also under development is a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills-inspired series.
Multi-cam comedies that recently were canceled included Happily Divorced, Kirstie, Jennifer Falls. Hot in Cleveland also celebrated its final series episode earlier this year.
The final episodes of The Exes air on Wednesdays at 11/10c PM ET on TVLand.