Deadline is reporting that TV Land has opted to cancel freshman comedy Jennifer Falls after one season.
From Matthew Carlson (Malcolm in the Middle), Jennifer Falls starred Jaime Pressly (My Name is Earl) as Jennifer Doyle, a single mother who loses her high-paying job and is forced to move back in with her mother. Along the way, Jennifer looks to get in touch with the woman she used to be and figure out the next direction she would like her life to take. Originally developed as a multi-cam comedy before filming as a single cam, Jennifer Falls featured Jessica Walter (Arrested Development), Ethan Suplee (Wilfred), Missi Pyle (The Artist), Nora Kirkpatrick (Greek), and Dylan Gelula (Chasing Life).
The cancellation of Jennifer Falls comes after TV Land ordered single camera comedies Impastor and Teachers for next year. Additionally, the network has set Sutton Foster comedy Younger for a January premiere, as well as cancelled Kirstie after one season and renewed The Soul Man for a 12-episode fourth season.
The series finale of Jennifer Falls aired this past August on TV Land.
Are you disappointed at the cancellation of Jennifer Falls? Do you think the show should have been a multi-cam? What other network would the show have been a better fit on?