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Lifetime Cancels 'Drop Dead Diva' After Four Seasons

January 16, 2013 (5:59 am) GMT
The network decides to axe the legal dramedy series after reportedly talking to producer Sony Pictures Television about cutting the show's production cost.

Lifetime has pulled the plug on "". Various sites report that the cable network has decided not to order a fifth season of the Josh Berman-created series, which wrapped up its fourth installment in September 2009.

According to The Hollywood Repoter, Lifetime came up with the decision to cancel the legal drama-comedy series after it approached producer Sony Pictures Television about options to cut the production cost of the expensive show. Despite the cancellation, "Drop Dead Diva" may not be completedly dead as Deadline learns that Sony will shop it to other platforms.

"Drop Dead Diva" has been a solid performer on Lifetime since it premiered in July 2009. The -starring series hit its season high with its four season finale, which garnered 2.76 million viewers.

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