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VH1 Cancels Single Ladies

By Allison Moore

Washington, D.C. (March 1, 2014) -- VH1 has cancelled the drama, Single Ladies, after three seasons, Deadline.com reports.

The show, which was produced by Queen Latifah's production company, is in its third season and the March 24th season finale will now serve as a series finale.

Deadline.com notes that Single Ladies first aired as a one-hour movie before transforming into a series, the network's first scripted one-hour show.

Despite the cancellation, the site writes that Single Ladies pulled 2.6 million viewers in its third season debut. The show focuses on three single ladies who have decidedly different views on love, sex and relationships.

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