An offbeat cable series that debuted this fall has seen its run come to an end. David Krumholtz, the star and creator of IFC’s “Gigi Does It,” announced on Twitter that the comedy series won’t get a second season.
The show wrapped up its eight-episode freshman season Nov. 16, with the finale reportedly delivering 42,000 viewers in the key 18-49 demo along with 102,000 total viewers, based on Live+3 ratings. TVbytheNumbers.com reports that the series “typically ranked near the bottom of the ratings for scripted shows on cable.
Krumholtz tweeted Friday: “#GigiDoesIt fans! Alas, there will be no season 2 of our little show. THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR LAUGHTER!!! Upward…”
On the show, Krumholtz played Gertrude Rotblum, an older woman who came into money and set out to live life to the fullest.
Along with Krumholtz, who was also an executive producer, the series starred Ricky Mabe.