'Happily Divorced' Cancelled: Fran Drescher's TV Land Comedy Won't Return For Season 3

08/23/2013 10:06 pm ET | Updated Aug 24, 2013
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Fran Drescher's "Happily Divorced" has been cancelled, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The TV Land comedy will not return for Season 3, joining the recently axed "Retired at 35." Its Season 2 finale, which aired in February, will serve as the series finale.

"Happily Divorced" was based on Drescher's own life, centering around a florist named Fran (Drescher) who starts dating again after discovering that her husband (John Michael Higgins) is gay and divorcing him -- although the pair decide to keep living under the same roof. D.W. Moffett played Fran's on-and-off love interest, Elliot.

TV Land's current line-up includes "Hot In Cleveland," "The Exes" and "The Soul Man," with Kirstie Alley's sitcom "Kirstie" and Jaime Pressly's "Jennifer Falls" in production. The network also recently fast-tracked "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star's "Younger."

Will you miss "Happily Divorced"?

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