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'Guys With Kids' Canceled By NBC

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NBC has canceled "Guys With Kids."

The sitcom, which followed the comedic adventures of fathers taking care of their young children, starred Anthony Anderson, Jamie Lynn-Sigler, Tempestt Bledsoe, Jesse Bradford and Errin Hayes. Jimmy Fallon was one of the show's co-creator and producers of the now-canceled "Guy With Kids."

Hayes, who played Sheila on the sitcom, tweeted about the news shortly after "Guys With Kids" was canceled:

"Guys With Kids" writer Lauren Caltagirone tweeted her disappointment as well:

And Bradford took it all in stride, joking about how now he can't have a threesome with Hayes's and Fiona Gubelmann's characters:

"Guys With Kids" struggled in the ratings, averaging about 3 million viewers per episode in its Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. timeslot.

"1600 Penn," "Whitney," and "Up All Night" have also been canceled by NBC.

Are you surprised "Guys With Kids" was canceled? Were you watching? Sound off in the comments!

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