Cabler E! has denied reports that it has canceled I Am Cait after two seasons.

A spokesman for the network told LGBTQ Nation, that “no decision has been made” about the future of the reality series that follows Caitlyn Jenner and her friends.

Citing a “production insider,” Radar Online last week reported on that the decision to cancel the show had been made.

“There just weren't enough viewers,” the insider is quoted as saying. “The show can't compete with other programming.”

The source also claimed that the transgender community has not embraced Jenner in the way that producers had hoped.

“Caitlyn just wasn't relatable,” the source said. “Trans viewers did not see her as one of them.”

Jenner, 66, has been criticized for her tepid support for marriage equality and endorsement of Texas Senator Ted Cruz during the GOP nominating contest. However, she has yet to endorse Donald Trump.

(Related: Caitlyn Jenner to play herself on Transparent.)