Cabler TV Land has canceled Fran Drescher's comedy series Happily
According to Deadline
Hollywood, there won't be a third season of the sitcom.
In the comedy, Drescher plays a florist who returns to the single
life after finding out her realtor husband (played by John Michael
Higgins, Best in Show) of 18 years is gay.
The series is based on Drescher's own life. In 1999, Drescher
divorced her husband of 21 years, openly gay Hollywood producer Peter
Marc Jacobson, whom she met in high school.
Drescher and then-husband Jacobson created and produced the
long-running CBS sitcom The Nanny, which starred Drescher as
Fran Fine, a Jewish working class woman from Queens who creates chaos
when she lands a job looking after the children of an upper class
Broadway producer in New York.
Jacobson and Drescher reunited to co-produce Happily Divorced.
In a Facebook post, Jacobson thanked fans for their support:
“THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT WITH HAPPILY DIVORCED.
UNFORTUNATELY TVLAND HAS DECIDED NOT TO PICK US UP. BUT THANK YOU
GUYS FOR UR LOVE N SUPPORT!”