TV Land has canceled a comedy series after two seasons, reports Deadline.com. The cable channel pulled the plug on "Retired at 35," which starred George Segal.
The show is the first original series to be canceled by the network. Its pilot was one of TV Land’s first two scripted pilots, along with "Hot in Cleveland," which is now airing its fourth season, the piece notes.
"Retired" drew 606,000 viewers for its second-season premiere in June, a significant drop from the 2 million viewers who tuned in for its series debut, according to the story.