Nate Berkus' show has been canceled.
Broadcasting & Cable's Paige Albiniak tweeted the announcement on Friday. The show, which is a joint venture between Sony and Oprah's production company Harpo, is currently in its second season. It was announced that the show will finish out the current season but will not return for a third.
Berkus, who was a regular on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," started his show in 2010. B&C wrote that the show "never got off the ground, ratings-wise," which lead to "constant speculation about its future."
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