Thursday, March 6, 2014

VH1 cancels 'Single Ladies' after 3 seasons

Well, it’s about damn time!

In news you certainly saw coming from a mile away, VH1 has announced that they are canceling their flagship TV series “Single Ladies” after three seasons; meaning the current season is the LAST!

The hour-long dramedy was executive produced by Shakim Compere’s Flavor Unit Entertainment, and it was also VH1′s first foray into original scripted programming.

But after Stacey Dash was fired from LEFT the show following its inaugural season, and was replaced by Denise Vasi, things changed up entirely too much and fans couldn’t keep up with it.

That, plus it became a boring mess that you would DVR, then end up deleting to make room for shows that were, oh, I don’t know, BETTER.

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