Don't look now, but we are hiding under the covers like Penny after a bad breakup, contemplating Mexican sleep medication.
USA has decided to not to pick up cult comedy favorite Happy Endings, sources confirm to E! News.
Endings, which was canceled earlier this month by ABC, was considered a very real contender to join USA network's slate. Sony TV studios has been in active talks with USA for weeks, however, we are told the basic-cable network opted to pass on the series, as first reported by Deadline, for budgetary reasons. Sony TV is now looking for a non-network home such as Amazon or Netflix—which of course most recently resurrected Arrested Development after seven years off the air.
Also disappointing for TV fans: Body of Proof hasn't been able to find a new network either. ABC Studios has been shopping the series around since it was canceled by ABC network a couple weeks ago, and although there was talk that WGN cable network might pick it up, we are told that's a no go. The Dana Delaney starrer is lucrative for the studio overseas, and actually performed well in the ratings this season on ABC (the third most-watched drama on ABC, behind Castle and Grey's Anatomy).
Will you miss Happy Endings and Body of Proof?
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