Bravo Cancels "Queer Eye", Announces Paula Abdul Show
After five seasons and four years Bravo is pulling the plug on the show that has been a cultural phenomenon. "Queer Eye For The Straight Guy: The Final Season" will air in the summer of 2007.
The show which debuted in 2003 to huge ratings and critical acclaim has recently fallen off in the ratings.
Initially the program got a strong marketing boost as NBC took over Bravo as part of Vivendi Universal merger.
The final season is expected to contain 10 episodes.
In related news, Bravo has just signed American Idol judge Paula Abdul for a documentary-style look behind the scenes at her life.
The show, tentatively called "Hey Paula", is set to debut later in 2007 and will profile Abdul at work and with friends.
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