NBC has canceled Sean Saves The World, the Thursday night sitcom starring Sean Hayes.

According to Deadline, the series stopped production on Tuesday.

NBC has broadcast 12 of the 14 episodes shot. The network originally ordered 18 episodes.

“Along with fellow Thursday newbie comedy, The Michael J. Fox Show, and the entire NBC Thursday comedy block, Sean Saves The World has struggled in the ratings, most recently logging a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49,” Deadline wrote in reporting the show's end.

Sean Saves The World starred Sean Hayes – who is best know for playing Jack McFarland, Will Truman's campy gay best friend, for 8 seasons on NBC's groundbreaking sitcom Will & Grace – as an openly gay divorced dad juggling a teenage daughter (played by Samantha Isler) and an overbearing mother (Linda Lavin). Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!) played Max, Sean's eccentric boss.