The plug has been pulled on a comedy series that has been airing on Spike TV for three seasons, Zap2it.com reports. The series is the Lionsgate-produced "Blue Mountain State," which aired its finale in November.
Viewership fell during the show’s third season, to an average of about 900,000 per episode. Lionsgate considered shopping the show to another outlet after Spike opted out of season four, but the company has decided not to bother.
All together 39 episodes were made — three season of 13 episodes each. All the actors on the show, including Denise Richards, Darin Brooks and Ed Marinaro, have reportedly been given the go-ahead to move on to other projects.