Kathy Griffin’s chat show has been cancelled, according to the comedian herself. Griffin announced that Kathy would not be returning for a third season during a stand-up engagement in Cincinnati on Friday, a review of the show in the Cincinnati Enquirer reported, telling the audience that she’d been informed by Bravo of the decision the previous day.
The show’s second season debuted in January, although it was bumped from its primetime 10 p.m. slot in February. Reps for Griffin and Bravo did not immediately return requests for comment.
Griffin has been a Bravo staple since her breakthrough reality series Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List debuted on the cable network in 2005 and ran for six seasons. Her brand of comedy has also focused heavily on other Bravo programs, notably its Real Housewives universe. Last month it was reported that Griffin had shot a test pilot for CNN with friend (and fellow talk-show cancellee) Anderson Cooper.