The Nate Berkus Show has been canceled after two seasons, Broadcasting and Cable reported on Friday.

“After careful consideration, we have decided that The Nate Berkus Show will not return for a third season in the fall,” said Sony Pictures Television and Harpo Studios in a joint statement. “We are grateful for the hard work and heart that Nate, [Executive Producer] Corin Nelson and their entire team have poured into the show and we're very proud of what they've delivered.”

Berkus added: “I'm incredibly proud of my hard working and talented staff, and proud of the show we were able to produce every day.”

The 40-year-old Berkus, an interior designer by trade who became a television personality offering design advice to viewers on The Oprah Winfrey Show, premiered his own makeover-heavy talk show in September of 2010, becoming the first openly gay man to host a nationally syndicated daytime talk show.

Speculation about the show's future had been fueled by its low ratings.

The syndicated show's second season will remain in production until the spring and all scheduled original episodes will be delivered.