Lifetime has made its decision whether to keep Roseanne Barr around for a second season on the nut farm, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Her reality show "Roseanne’s Nuts" failed to gain much traction with viewers, and the network has canceled it, according to the story.
The show, which tracked Barr and her partner as they lived and worked on her macadamia nut farm, debuted in July to 1.3 million viewers, but later lost ground, the story says. Lifetime moved the series from Wednesday to Friday, but viewership dwindled to half its debut numbers, the piece adds.
The cancellation comes as Barr prepares a return to scripted comedy with "Downwardly Mobile," the article notes.