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Lifetime cancels 'Drop Dead Diva'
Lifetime has decided to drop "Drop Dead Diva."
The cable network has cancelled the show just a few months after airing the last episodes of the fourth season. There's a possibility that it will continue elsewhere, however, as series producer Sony Pictures TV can shop it around to other outlets, according to Deadline.
"Diva" starred Brooke Elliott as the spirit of a deceased fashion model stuck in the body of a brainy, plus-sized lawyer. Kim Kardashian also had a recurring role in the latest season.
Although the show has seen consistently solid ratings since first airing in July 2009, rumors have it that the show no longer fits in with Lifetime's attempt to remake itself as an edgier network.